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Please consider your primary job as a TPG student as putting yourself in front of us regularly via our countless activities. By doing so, you will attain sage advice about not only the LSAT, but also the entire application process and even law school itself.
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You will declare an LSAT administration date.
You will have access to live instruction from the day Live Training starts to the last week before your declared test date.
You will pay the entire program fee, regardless of the time and effort you commit to your LSAT study.
We do not issue refunds. If you enroll with us and subsequently drop out because you did not plan well, then you made an expensive adult mistake.
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You also understand and certify that you will not share, copy, display publicly, prepare derivative works based upon, or otherwise misappropriate TPG intellectual property in any form.
Any sharing, copying, displaying publicly, preparing derivative works based upon, or misappropriating of TPG intellectual property can result in immediate suspension of your TPG account.
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Meet Our LSAT Specialists
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