Help me pass my "technical interview" with KAPLAN
October 9, 2013 4:07 PM Subscribe
I'm applying to work for KAPLAN as an instructor of their LSAT prep course. I've passed the initial stages, done an audition tape where I presented to my webcam, and done a general phone interview. Apparently the next step is to do a "technical interview" with someone who is already an LSAT instructor to test me on "the nitty gritty" of the LSAT.
posted by Tiye to work & money
I couldn't get much more information than that during my latest phone interview so I'm a little nervous about this portion of the process. I took the LSAT almost 10 years ago (but scored highly).
Has anyone gone through this step of the interview process with KAPLAN and can explain what they are looking for here? I'm wondering if I need to go study at the bookstore, or practice certain logic games/question before this interview, or something else.
I did find this
previous question but it doesn't seem to address this particular part of the process (and is from a couple years ago). Thanks!