The Princeton Review

January 25, 2007 14:30 ET

The Princeton Review Offers Students Free Opportunities to Perfect their LSAT Skills, From Free Practice Tests to an iTunes Acclaimed Podcast Teaching Critical Reasoning

NEW YORK--(Collegiate Presswire - January 25, 2007) - Law-school bound students should take advantage of the many free opportunities to perfect their LSAT (Law School Admission Test) skills offered by The Princeton Review in the next few weeks, from free LSAT practice tests, to an award-winning podcast that helps fine-tune their critical reasoning.

Between February 10-18, 2007, students can assess their LSAT skills without cost or consequence with Princeton Review's free, full-length LSAT practice tests. Students who already know that a legal career is in their future, as well as those who are just considering their career options, will be able to take a free practice test on college campuses across the nation, and receive a detailed score report which analyzes their strengths and weaknesses. The Princeton Review also offers free Strategy Sessions with expert LSAT instructors demonstrating how to optimize students' LSAT scores.

Advance registration is required. To locate a free LSAT event, students should visit or call 1-800-2REVIEW (800-273-8439).

The LSAT is a difficult, high-stakes test. Students taking The Princeton Review's free LSAT test can save the $118 fee charged for the real LSAT while challenging their knowledge, reasoning skills, and endurance under simulated test-taking conditions.

To help understand how logic and reasoning are tested on the LSAT, students can now tune in to a new, award-winning podcast that analyzes topics in the news in a manner similar to the critical reasoning section of the LSAT.

Selected as one of the "Best Podcasts of 2006" by the iTunes Store, LSAT Logic in Everyday Life examines arguments in political debates, advertisements, and media reports. Since its launch in Sept. 2006, LSAT Logic in Everyday Life has been ranked as iTunes' Best Educational Podcast and 18 among all podcasts.

The series of free downloadable audio clips is available in MP3 format on the Company's website, ( or through several free podcast services such as iTunes. (For those using podcast software other than iTunes, you will need to copy and paste the URL of the podcast feed:

About The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review (Nasdaq: REVU) is a pioneer in the world of education. Founded in 1981 and headquartered in New York City, the Company offers private tutoring and classroom and online test preparation to help students improve their scores in college and graduate school admissions tests. The Company's free website,, helps over half of university-bound students research, apply to, prepare for, and learn how to pay for their higher education, and helps hundreds of colleges and universities streamline their admissions and recruiting activities. In addition, The Princeton Review works with school districts around the U.S. to measurably strengthen students' academic skills by connecting ongoing assessment with professional development and instruction and by providing districts with college and career resources for both students and guidance counselors. The Company also authors more than 200 print and software titles on test preparation, college and graduate school selection and admissions, and related topics.

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