UCLA undergraduates and law students can work with a LEX Law Prep tutor for LSAT prep, law school prep, and law school exam prep, as well MPRE review and California Bar Exam review. LEX works with juniors and seniors as well as law students at UCLA both to supplement their existing law, logic, legal writing, and reading comprehension courses and to serve as a point of first entry into test preparation for the LSAT, MPRE, and California bar exam.
UCLA, situated in the Westwood/Brentwood area, can be a convenient place to meet, but Bruins who prefer to meet remotely can always choose to connect with a LEX Law Prep tutor online by way of our virtual classroom tutoring system.
Students are also invited to free LEX informational presentations, which may be held in conjunction with one or more student organizations, such as the UCLA Pre-Law Society. These presentations, provided by a licensed California attorney and LEX LSAT and bar exam tutor, offer students valuable insights into the legal profession as well as the law school application and preparation processes.
The University of California, Los Angeles, represents organizational values that LEX Law Prep shares. As the institution whose visionary faculty pioneered the Internet in 1969 (http://www.lk.cs.ucla.edu/personal_history.html), UCLA has a proud history of technological innovation and the use of technology in education. LEX seeks to follow and apply UCLA’s example in the field of standardized test preparation and academic performance, helping students—whether undergrads or law school students—reach their maximum potential.
Whether supplementing their current class schedule or facing a given subject for the first time, both undergrads and law students find LEX to be a valuable ally in LSAT prep, law school admissions consulting, law school exam preparation, MPRE preparation, and California bar exam preparation.