New York, NY (PressExposure) August 09, 2011 -- Advise-In Solutions announced today the release of over 50 LSAT videos for its LSAT prep clients. The videos include over 10 hours of LSAT instruction and are available on-demand through Advise-In's website.
Kyle. A. Pasewark, Advise-In's founder and president said, "I'm thrilled to provide another tool to help each of my clients obtain her or his best LSAT score. Of course, the videos don't substitute for the one-on-one customized LSAT preparation that I do with every client. Attention to personal learning styles, reinforcing strengths and correcting individual weaknesses, is and will always be the hallmark of Advise-In's programs. The videos are simply terrific additional resources to which each of my clients has on-demand, unlimited access."
The LSAT prep videos include the place of the LSAT in law school admissions, LSAT foundations (including Advise-In's emphasis on simplicity and preparing with exam day constantly in view), practical introductions to the LSAT and each of its sections, LSAT techniques and dos and don'ts in studying for the LSAT.
"More than half of the videos are step-by-step practical illustrations of how to do individual types of LSAT questions," Dr. Pasewark said. "I don't outsource any teaching or advising to temporary employees or people who might have done fairly well on their own LSAT but who may or may not have any real teaching ability or commitment to students, so I did all 10-plus hours of the videos personally."
Dr. Pasewark also noted that some of these or similar videos will be released publicly in the future: "The public videos won't include the detail of the private client videos (and in many cases, those videos won't be made public) but they will provide a lot of free help with LSAT preparation for those who aren't in a position to use Advise-In's programs."
About Advise-In Solutions
Advise-In Solutions, a private company, provides its clients with custom-designed LSAT preparation, law school admission and application consulting, in addition to its introduction to law school "boot camp" and employment advising for law students.