Unlimited LSAT Prep through the July exam*
Keep access to your online resources, including every real LSAT ever released, through the July exam.
*Unlimited Prep offer available from January 1 to January 31 2019 11:59 p.m. PT. Unlimited Prep refers to one enrollee’s unlimited personal use of online assets and unlimited registrations for classroom component of his or her program through July 15, 2019. Students should call 1-800-KAP-TEST to register for scheduled classroom sessions available. Enrollment is valid for one person only and cannot be shared, transferred, or sold to others. Failure to use any available resource may not be credited or transferred in any way. Tutoring sessions are not part of the unlimited resources. LSAT Self-Paced registrations between January 1, 2019 and January 31, 2019 are eligible for unlimited use of online assets through July 15, 2019. Self-Paced subscriptions are excluded from this offer.
Your Starter Pack includes:
Watch on-demand recordings of Logic Games lessons.
Learn the skills you’ll need to tackle Logic Games.
Preview the resources you’ll find in your full course.
Our highest-rated experts break down the Logic Games strategy you need for test day.
Challenge yourself with drills that prepare you for tough Logic Games questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the LSAT Prep Starter Pack work?
Sign up for the free trial. Once you log in to your account, you’ll be able to explore your study plan and even preview the resources in your full-length prep course. Start by watch the on-demand lessons then work on the skill-building drills designed to prepare you for test day success.
How long should you study for the LSAT?
How long you study for the LSAT depends on where you start and what your goals are. Kaplan LSAT prep courses help you study smarter by guiding you to the right practice and instruction for you, so you use your limited time efficiently.
How should you start studying for the LSAT?
By checking out the LSAT Prep Starter Pack, you’re already on the right path to starting your LSAT prep. The best way to start is by taking a diagnostic exam to assess your strengths and areas of opportunity. Then, you can make a plan to tackle the areas where you need more work. Starting your LSAT prep can be the hardest part, but your prep will get easier as you study and gain confidence.
What should I do after my access expires?
First, you should be proud that you took this important step toward getting the LSAT score you want. Then, consider your future prep plans. If you’re ready to start, you can enroll in a prep course in a classroom near you, live online, or on-demand. Not ready to start yet? We’ll keep in touch. You’ll receive occasional updates about upcoming events, more great resources, and special offers.
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