Most pre-law advisors agree that a highly motivated, self-disciplined student who typically does well on nationally-normed tests can prepare on his/her own for the LSAT without taking a “crash course.” However, while there are no guarantees that such a course will significantly improve anyone’s LSAT score, some students say they have benefited from such a course, whether it involves an actual class or home study. Some of these test preparation services are pricey. Check out as many of them as you can before deciding whether a “crash course” is right for you. The Pre-Law Coordinator has brochures for most of these programs in her office (SAC 324).
- Advantage Education
- ARCO GRE Logic Workbook (Internet Edition)
- Home LSAT
Prices vary depending on the program you purchase.
Powerscore Logic Games Bible is available for purchase.
- Prepmaster (LSAT Intensive Review)
- Princeton Review