Summertime is over, and the back-to-school vibe is now in full swing. While the majority of students are now planning their career paths and shifting their focus for the school year 2018-2019, a good number of graduates or even professionals and industry specialists may be looking at taking a different kind of challenge as they plan to go back to campus — this time, to study law.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution brings disruption through evolving technology that poses both a challenge and opportunity to everyone. Law, being one of the cornerstones of every nation, is no exception. With the different disputes and challenges that rattle society, from talks of privacy, cyber attacks, political shifts and other issues that plague the country, not to mention the ever-changing global landscape — legal education has become more and more important and in demand. Current times require better strategies for finding and protecting the truth to ensure that respect and equality are maintained within societies.
To shortlist the best candidates and assess the preparedness of aspiring law students for their chosen career path, the country’s Legal Education Board prepared an entrance exam called the Philippine Law School Admission Test (PhiLSAT). PhiLSAT is a standardized aptitude test that is created to measure the academic potential of those who wish to enter law school. Under the “Legal Education Reform Act of 1993” (Republic Act No. 7662), PhiLSAT has now become a requirement for admission for every law school in the country.
Preparation is key to gain confidence in passing standardized exams like PhiLSAT. To aid in one’s study, it is important to have a reviewer that would not only help train students with critical thinking but also provide a thorough assessment of one’s possible performance in the exam. REX Institute for Student Excellence (RISE), a group established under Rex Book Store, aimed at assisting educational institutions and teachers in the use of assessment and research tools toward the achievement of students’ learning goals, created a tailor-fit reviewer to do just that. The Preparation for Law School Entrance Examinations or Pre-LEX Reviewer follows the same content and format of PhiLSAT. It helps put focus on topics that needs to be reviewed by aspiring law students including communication and language proficiency, critical thinking, verbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning. It contains a full-length mock exam designed to simulate the PhiLSAT with answer keys and explanations for all the items included. The Pre-LEX Reviewer also includes an accompanying scoring rubric that can help assess how an aspiring law student may fair with the upcoming exams. Pre-LEX Reviewer provides learners a definitive way to succeed.
This reviewer is also designed and developed by renowned and respected contributors in the education industry who shares the same vision as REX. As a bonus, bar topnotcher and San Beda Law valedictorian Attorney Reinier R. Yebra wrote the foreword and introduction, with a provision on useful tips and strategies to pass the entrance exams and do well in law school. The Pre-LEX Reviewer is also aligned with the UP Law Aptitude Examination (UPLAE) and other law school entrance exam for those applying to other institutions with additional screening
REX Book Store is one of the known pillars of Philippine education whose first published works include law books. Through initiatives such as the Pre-LEX Reviewer, the company aims to help hone and inspire learners to be law practitioners with the heart for nation-building. By providing them tools to prepare for their journey, REX hopes to educate the future protectors of justice in the country.
The Pre-LEX Reviewer is now available at REX Book Store as well as National Book Store branches, and online through the REX E-Store. You may visit this link for more information: www.prelex.rexestore.com