Here are the results from my four-week class that wrapped up earlier this month, with 18 students submitting results for both test #1 and test #3.
Test #1 Class Averages: March 10, 2015 (December 2012 official LSAT) Logic Games: 13.2 correct Logical Reasoning: 29.5 correct Reading Comprehension: 14.5 correct Total Raw Score: 57.2 correct Scaled LSAT Score: 150.0 Scaled LSAT Range: 138-167
Just 18 days later, the class had their final diagnostic:
Test #3 Class Averages: April 2, 2015 (December 2014 official LSAT) Logic Games: 13.6 correct (+0.4) Logical Reasoning: 33.4 correct (+3.9) Reading Comprehension: 17.2 correct (+2.7) Total Raw Score: 64.2 correct (+7.0) Scaled LSAT Score: 154.6 (+4.6) Scaled LSAT Range: 139-170
In 18 days, I'm very happy with this result. Four and a half points on the LSAT is a lot in less than three weeks, and it's even more impressive when you look at the percentiles. Conservatively, the class average moved from the 44th percentile into the 60th; that's the difference between not getting in and probably getting some scholarship money at many schools. I'd be happy with these results if every class performed like this. (But in practice, many classes do even better.)
I'm particularly proud of the following students:
Biggest Improvement, Scaled LSAT Score: Matt, from 141 to 152 (+11)
Biggest Improvement, Logic Games: Jess and Srikanth, from 12 and 9 correct to 17 and 14 correct, respectively (+5)
Biggest Improvement, Logical Reasoning: Roger, from 25 correct to 33 correct (+8)
Biggest Improvement, Reading Comprehension: Alissa, from 10 correct to 18 correct (+8)
I love what I do, and I'm super-grateful for all my students. Through hard work and a lot of good questions, they make my job easy.