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LSAT Prep Course

Starting at $ 1299

More live LSAT instruction than anybody else

  • Unlimited access to The LSAT Channel
  • 7 4-hour core sessions featuring comprehensive instruction by expert teachers
  • 3 full-length in-class proctored practice LSATs; take 70+ more with self-proctoring tools
  • Q-Bank containing 2,000 real LSAT questions† for customized quizzes by question type
  • Smart Reports providing detailed performance analysis and study prescriptions
  • Convenient class times and locations
  • Free make-up sessions: live classroom sessions or on-demand
  • Comes with the following books: LSAT Premier: Course Book Edition and LSAT Lesson Book

†Note, with your PrepTest library, you will still have access to every real LSAT question ever released.

LSAT Prep PLUS Course

Starting at $ 1699

Everything that comes with the LSAT Prep Course, and 3 hours of one-on-one coaching from your personal LSAT coach

  • Concentrate on your weakest areas
  • Create a personal study plan of how to best use all your prep resources
  • Review areas of difficulty from past practice exams
  • Enhanced Quiz Bank containing twice as many real LSAT questions† - 4,000 - for customized quizzes by question type
  • More live instruction than any other LSAT prep course + one-on-one instruction = the most intensive LSAT prep anywhere

†Note, with your PrepTest library, you will still have access to every real LSAT question ever released.

The Basics

  • Time: 35-minutes
  • Format: 26-28 questions
  • Tests: Identifying and Ascertaining Purpose, Structure, and the Main Idea

Reading Comprehension is the only section type that appears on all major standardized tests, and the reason isn't too surprising. No matter what academic or professional area you pursue, you'll be called on to make sense of dense, unfamiliar prose. Law, of course, is no exception.

The questions on the LSAT Reading Comprehension section are designed to test your ability to read dense, scholarly material and ascertain the structure, purpose, and logic. The topics on the exam are chosen from the social sciences, humanities, natural sciences, and the law.