LSAT Review Classes

How to Select LSAT Review Classes

The LSAT is an important standardized test to assess the aptitude, ability and knowledge of an individual aiming for a law school education. Because the LSAT is so competitive in nature, external and professional help may sometimes be necessary. There are many LSAT review classes that can help to prepare for the LSAT.

Here are a few factors to consider while choosing the most suited, amongst the many available, LSAT review classes:

  • Time: Time means not only the time available with you for test preparation but also the time at which the classes are available. If you are running short of time to prepare for the test, you should avoid lengthy LSAT review classes. Also, you cannot join a class whenever you decide as classes are not available all the time. They have a stipulated schedule and are conducted only on a few days every month or year. If you do not want to miss out on the LSAT review classes of your choice then you must plan at the outset of your test preparation.
  • Accessibility: Accessibility is another factor to be considered in choosing LSAT review classes. The classes have to be in your locality or available online if you have the facility of studying from the Internet. Do not take the LSAT review classes that are conducted very far from your place as the travel time will eat up on your preparation time.
  • Affordability: This can be considered as the most practical factor in consideration while choosing LSAT review classes. A student has to join a class he/she can afford and that gives him/her total value for money. You have to proactively find out about the fees of all LSAT review classes that you are considering and get feedback on their value for money.
  • Self assessment: Before taking LSAT review classes, take an LSAT mock test to find out your weak points and requirements for the LSAT. Based on this assessment, select the LSAT review classes that will help to better your preparation.
  • Competitiveness: Choose the LSAT review classes that follow your pace. You should inquire about the structure of the classes and judge whether you can follow the pace of the classes or not. Popular classes that eventually make you more nervous with their methodology are going to be futile for your LSAT preparation.

Review of a few LSAT review classes:

1. PowerScore

  • Time: Full length classes for 64 hours and other weekend, part-time and virtual courses available.
  • Distance/locality: PowerScore online as well as live classes are available. You can call them at 800-545-1750 or visit the website:, to get all the information about the various locations of their live classes.
  • Affordability: The prices of the classes are subject to change. The current price for a full time course is $1295. The prices for other courses vary and are available at their website.
  • Plus points: They have their own study material so the student does not have to get his own material for preparation. PowerScore books such as the 'bible series' are famous for the detail in which they help in solving the LSAT. Virtual and weekend classes are of great help too.

2. Kaplan

  • Distance/locality: The Kaplan LSAT review classes are held worldwide and are also available online.
  • Affordability: Price of the Kaplan LSAT review classes right now is $1399 for classes held live at their locations. Prices vary for different course options. Their website has detailed information on the same.
  • Plus points: The unique point of Kaplan LSAT review is that they give a lot of course choices along with very well-known publications to study from. Kaplan is famous for a comprehensive understanding of the LSAT.

3. Manhattan LSAT

  • Distance/locality: Manhattan LSAT live classes are not available in many countries; its online classes are held live and are available in all countries.
  • Affordability: The prices vary as per the classes and the course structure.
  • Plus points: The teachers of Manhattan LSAT’s LSAT review classes are all 172 plus percentiles scorers and their qualifications add a lot of credibility to their classes and course structure. The class sizes are small and restricted to only handful students per teacher. They do not have very elaborate sessions and students are expected to be very quick and precise. Their website, will equip you with detailed information.

4. Princeton Review

  • Time: The Princeton review offers a very to-the-point course structure and you need around 30-45 days in hand to successfully complete your LSAT preparation.
  • Distance/locality: Online as well as live classes are available.
  • Affordability: A standard class pack for a month is around $ 1200-1400 and it includes study material.
  • Plus points: Famous for its very reliable and competitive course content. It is also much known for its logic games prep.

In a nutshell, LSAT preparations are an ongoing activity rather than a scheduled course outlined structure. The LSAT review classes are only an aid to better the preparation that a student will do on his/ her own. They are not a replacement for self study.

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