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LSAT® PREP IN PERSON COURSE

SHOW UP, UP YOUR SCORE

A traditional classroom environment means that you’ll be held accountable. Your score will thank you.

Craig Harman

LSAT Teacher

GET THAT IN-PERSON FEELING. FROM HOME.

In-person classes may be unavailable, but you can still get their benefits in a small, interactive group setting—online.

IT’S ALL ABOUT STRUCTURE

With a teacher at the front of the classroom and a routine schedule, you’ll be guided every step of the way. And with 8 decades of experience under our belt, we know what it takes to master the LSAT. Sometimes, a traditional learning environment is just the thing you need to keep on track.


AMP UP YOUR PREP

To build off of your 32 hours of classroom instruction, you’ll get access to a suite of online resources. The LSAT Channel lets you customize your prep to your unique needs. Watch 180+ hours of lessons streamed live and on demand, and pinpoint your studying by topic. Drive home what you’ve learned with over 60 full-length practice tests and 300+ quizzes that’ll get you ready for the digital exam.


MAKE IT OFFICIAL FOR $99

Want to practice with real LSAT exams? Our prep was designed to integrate with LSAC’s official digital practice tool. Just subscribe for $99 on the LSAC website (we’ve decreased our price by $99 to make up the difference). You’ll get year-long access to 60+ practice exams with an official test interface. If you’re already subscribed, you’re good to go. You’ll see the practice resources in our syllabus.

PLUS, YOU GET ALL OF THIS...

  • 32 hours of core classroom instruction 
  • 180+ hours of exclusive live and on demand lessons on the LSAT Channel for a customizable curriculum
  • Access to 60+ official practice tests with LSAC’s LSAT Prep Plus tool ($99 subscription)
  • Every official LSAT question ever released
  • Over 300 customizable quizzes
  • Guidance from a team of LSAT experts
  • A set of prep books for studying on the go

SAY HI TO OUR EXPERTS

Ged Helm

Ged Helm is a veteran Kaplan teacher known for keeping his classes motivated by singing test prep parody songs. He holds a BA in Social Science, Social Psychology and Political Theory.

Monika Moore

Monika has been helping students ace the LSAT for more than a decade. In addition to teaching at Kaplan, she also taught at GWU Law School. Monika holds a BA from UNC Chapel Hill and a JD from Yale.

Craig Harman

Craig Harman has been teaching the LSAT and refining our curriculum for 12 years. His favorite teaching tool is using analogies to break down the most complex questions. Craig holds a BA from Denison University.

HERE’S WHAT WE’LL COVER

Your LSAT diagnostic exam will help you determine your strengths and weaknesses, as well as give you a baseline score. You’ll take an in-class, proctored, full-length real released LSAT and review your results.

After this session you will be able to characterize the levels of truth; identify and translate conditional statements; make deductions from conditional statements; state the steps of the Logic Games Method; and apply the steps of the Logic Games Method to Strict Sequencing and Selection games.

After this session you will be able to state the steps of the Logical Reasoning Method; identify and paraphrase conclusions; distinguish evidence from background information; outline complete arguments; describe argumentative strategies; identify similar argument structures; identify Mismatched Concepts and Overlooked Possibilities in simple arguments; and recognize, identify, and answer Main Point, Role of a Statement, Point at Issue, Method of Argument, and Parallel Reasoning questions.

After this session you will be able to state the steps of the Reading Comprehension Method; read a passage strategically; Roadmap a passage; identify Reading Comprehension question types and answer them effectively; and apply the Reading Comprehension Method to Comparative Reading passages.

After this session you will be able to recognize relationships between Mismatched Concepts; recognize common patterns of Overlooked Possibilities; untangle LSAT arguments; and recognize, identify, and answer Assumption, Flaw, Strengthen/Weaken, Assumption Family Principle, and Parallel Flaw questions.

The Midpoint Test will assess your progress after the first four class sessions. You’ll take a second, full-length real released LSAT and review your results.

After this session you will be able to apply the steps of the Logic Games Method to Loose Sequencing, Matching, Distribution, and Hybrid games.

After this session you will be able to make valid inferences using several strategies; infer a principle from a specific case, identify a specific case that applies a principle; resolve an apparent contradiction; and recognize, identify, and answer Inference, Principle-Inference, and Paradox questions.

The Final Test will assess your progress after the first four class sessions. You’ll take a third, full-length real released LSAT and review your results. Don’t forget that you have access to every real, released LSAT in your PrepTest library.

After this session you will be able to recall what to do with your remaining time leading up to Test Day, what to expect at the test site and during the test, and recent trends on the LSAT as well as recall the Logical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, and Logic Games strategies.

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