LSAT Test Preparation
Take Kaplan's LSAT Live On-Line program includes Kaplan's comprehensive home study kit, including hundreds of hours of live workshops on The LSAT Channel and more. You'll also find 4 proctored online tests, with over 6500 released LSAT questions including all the answers. Kaplan's online LSAT Course provides you with 24 hour access so you can study at your own pace.
For those of you who just want to do it at your own pace and at your own times, Kaplan LSAT Prep Self Paced may be for you. Enjoy about 70 hours of video sessions, a complete library of every released LSAT along with answers and explanations, the Q-Bank with 2,000 LSAT questions and SmartReports TM which will track your progess and make recommendations based on your weaknesses. With this program, you will also receive the LSAT Premier: Course Book Edition and the LSAT Lesson Book.
Take Kaplan's LSAT Prep – In Person Classroom setting is the base for this program with 7 4 hour core sessions of classroom instruction and 3 full length in-class practice LSAT exams, but it has online additions including QBank with over 2,000 LSAT questions, online workshops to build your critical reading and vocabulary, as well as the skills you'll need to tackle LSAT-specific question types.
For those of you looking for an even more intensive training program, Kaplan offers the LSAT Prep In-Person Plus program. LSAT Prep In-Person Plus provides you with the entire LSAT In-Person course, as well as unlimited access to The LSAT Channel. Additionally, you can look forward to three hours of 1-on-1 instruction and tutoring from our expert faculty, QBank with more than 4,000 practice questions and answers, complete answers and explanations to every released LSAT exam question and much more.
The LSAT is designed to test the critical reading and analytical thinking skills deemed critical for success in the first year of law school. You have acquired these skills to some extent gradually throughout your years of schooling. What you probably haven't yet acquired is the know-how to use these skills within the framework of a timed standardized skills-based test. Find out where you stand now by taking our free LSAT Practice Test