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Once you know what your score goal is, we’ll take a baseline score (either from a previous official or practice LSAT or from our diagnostic) and pinpoint as precisely as possible how many hours are appropriate. Some figures for reference, estimated conservatively: 30 hours of tutoring tends to yield about a 7-point increase; 50 hours, 11 points; 75 hours, 15 points.

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