Penn State Law offering LSAT prep class in Philadelphia

Registration is now open for Penn State Law's Law School Admission Test (LSAT) Preparation Course, set for Sept. 21 and 22 in Philadelphia.

Designed to help improve test scores, this LSAT test preparation course has been taught to more than 11,000 students. Penn State Law will pick up all but $125 of the normal $400 course fee. Participants can also get answers to questions about Penn State Law from current students and admissions officers during lunchtime panel discussions.

LSAT expert, lawyer and former professor James Yoho will teach the course. Since 1996, Yoho has taught this LSAT test preparation course at the request of schools such as La Salle, St. Joseph’s, Centre d’Études Franco-Américain de Management (Lyon, France), Rutgers, Emory, Marist, Binghamton, Temple and Penn State. Yoho has taught at colleges and universities, including law schools, for more than 13 years.

The course will be held at Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 13th and Market streets, Philadelphia. Included with the class will be lunch both days, as well as a student panel and admissions presentation. Students should plan to report at 8:30 a.m. Sept. 21 for sign-in. 

Capacity for this program is 100 students. The registration deadline is Sept. 14.

Contacts: 

Grant Keener

Work Phone: 
814-865-4224

Grant Keener is senior director of admissions at Penn State Law. 

Last Updated August 23, 2013