People who have this fear were usually victims of bad training for
their SATs -- or didn't train at all for them.
Taking the LSAT is a skill set like any other. It can be taught
-- and learned. Our training model -- learning the principles and
the "Formulas," personalizing and them repetitively implementing
the techniques -- is highly effective for nearly everyone.
Don't forget, in the independent survey of our students that
was conducted in 1998, nearly 90% of our students went up at least
5 points, enough to double or triple your odds of acceptance at
a given school. And 48% went up ten points or better -- enough of
an increase to jump you two or even three TIERS of school. And that
was in 1998 -- the Course has been through THREE upgrades since
then! In 2003, less than 1% of our students failed to increase at
all. Nobody is "hopeless."