The Center for Multicultural Education and Programs and Binary Solution began their relationship in 1997 to increase the number of diverse applicants who score in the top percentiles of the LSAT. Through this partnership we are able to offer reduced rates for LSAT Preparatory Courses.
Binary Solution is a unique system for solving the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) that is simple enough to be mastered by anyone and powerful enough to raise scores by an average of 12 points. NYU students and alumni are eligible for a reduced rate for the class. Their 130-hour course has been designed to produce LSAT scores in the 160 to 180 range. The exclusive binary method is based on a logical deconstruction of the LSAT--a process that reduces the exam to its smallest quanta of information.
Since 1991, Binary has been mapping and identifying every issue that has appeared on every LSAT. Their theoretical lens encourages students to view each LSAT question as a weighted sum of issues. Since this approach is granular, students are prepared for any juxtaposition of issues that may appear on the LSAT. At times when the LSAT shifts, Binary students are prepared for the change because both typical and boundary cases are addressed during the course of study.