Live Online Class
You’re invited to LSAT Lab’s live online class. We’ve flipped the traditional classroom so now students first learn the basics with video lessons before they take on more advanced topics in class. Taught by Matt Sherman, 17-year LSAT veteran and former head of LSAT Academics at Manhattan Prep.
Sun: 8 PM ET ● Tue: 9 PM ET ● Thu: 9 PM ET
A Higher Score—Guaranteed
We’re committed to providing the best LSAT prep available and to prove it we offer the best score improvement guarantee. Take a practice test when you start using LSAT Lab (first 2 weeks) and study with LSAT Lab for at least 3 months. If you don’t improve your score on the official LSAT by at least 5 points we’ll refund 100% of the cost of your LSAT Lab subscription.
A Study Plan Designed With Your Own Data
It’s simple. We’ll ask you a few questions about your goals, timeline, and previous work. Then we’ll personalize your LSAT plan so that you can focus on those parts of the LSAT that will have the biggest impact on your score.
Data Driven Practice Questions
Practice comparative reasoning on Necessary Assumptions or frames on Stacked Ordering games. Zoom out by working on conditional logic on all question types. Start with the basics and work your way up with 5 levels of difficulty. Previously administered official questions, PrepTests 50-70.
Lessons On Every Topic
Review every topic of the LSAT with lessons on game types, passage topics, question types, reasoning structures, formal logic, abstract flaws, and more. Be more efficient with your prep and cover topics in 20 minutes instead of typically an hour in a classroom. Access video lessons from relevant topic pages or directly from your study plan.
The New Digital LSAT
Take your practice tests on the new Digital LSAT interface. Forty-six (46) official LSATs (PrepTests 26-70, June 2007) included in Live Online, and 19 more (PrepTests 71-89) available for just $10 each. Add a fifth “experimental” section to build endurance and mimic the official LSAT experience.
Analytics That Power Higher Scores
While others only report missed questions by type, our analytics dig deeper to look at miss patterns according to set type, set feature, question type, question feature, trap answers, and difficulty. With this clarity you identify areas for practice more narrowly and reduce how long it takes to master the LSAT.