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LSAT Prep Course
Fall 2012

Dedicate 30 hours to improving your LSAT score!

Finally, a high quality LSAT Test prep course at a more affordable price!  Gain the upper hand on the LSAT...without spending a fortune.

Our 30-hour course allows you to evaluate your learning needs through a scored pre-test and learn from an expert instructor who cares about your success.

Cost: $499* for current Stockton students and Stockton alumni (Coupon Code = STUDENT30); $625 all others (Includes course materials)
*A $250 deposit, due at time of registration, will reserve your seat for the pre-test; remainder of registration is due on Friday, September 21, 2012.

Course participants must take a pre-test. 
     Pre-test date is on

           Saturday,  September 22, 2012               
           Pre-test Time:  9:30am- 12:00noon
Pre Test Location:  The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
                                101 Vera King Farris Drive
                                Galloway, NJ 08205-9441
Room:  J-103
Click here for directions and a campus map.

Faculty: Nester Smith

LSAT Prep Course Fall 2012 Session Schedule
*All sessions are in Main Campus Room: J-103.

Session Date Date Time
Pre-Test Saturday, September 22, 2012   9:30am - 12:00noon
Class Sessions Saturday   Time (all sessions)
September 29   8:30am- 1:00pm
 October  6    


POST - TEST  Saturday, November 17, 2012  

9:30am - 12:00noon

Room: J-103



 To register for this course, click on the button below.

For assistance with registration, contact the Office of Continuing Studies at 609-652-4227. 


Nestor Smith has been a practicing attorney since 2002. A graduate of Quinnipaic College School of Law, Mr. Smith is civil litigator who concentrates his practice in Corporate and Business law as well as Creditors’ Rights and collections.

Mr. Smith has been an adjunct professor with The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey since 2009. At Stockton, Mr. Smith teaches Sciences Speech, Argument & Persuasion as well as Law and Social Control within the School of Social & Behavioral Sciences. Mr. Smith’s institutional evaluations are routinely exceptional and his teaching methodologies have received favorable reviews within national blogs.

Over the years, Mr. Smith has informally provided LSAT support to numerous students and assisted them , successfully, in their LSAT preparation. He is well versed in the preparation and readiness necessary for the LSAT. Mr. Smith welcomes the opportunity to continue his service to the College by assisting students and their goal of entering law school.