Francis E’s Answer
Law School is very challenging and a lot of reading is required, primarily of actual court cases.
Having been out of college for a number of years, it was a little difficult getting back into the discipline of sitting at a desk and reading all the cases for hours at a time. I took an LSAT Prep Course from Kaplan, and for me, it was really helpful , and gave me an understanding of the LSAT test and the types of questions. Once you get past the first year of law school, it does become more bearable, because you've already gotten a hard dose of what it takes in year 1.