LSAT Prep Courses
- Go through a FREE online prep course that was created by LSAC in partnership with Khan Academy
- Take an Official LSAT Practice Test and see how well you perform
- Take note of what sections you struggles with or if you feel like you have a good understanding of the test.
- Based on that, start researching which type of support will work best for you in terms of studying and preparation for the LSAT
- UW Instructional Center– Summer LSAT prep course offered
- King County Bar Association LSAT Preparation Grant Program– a program that offers a limited number of participants financial support for LSAT preparatory course work and LSAT registration fees. Applicants selected to receive an LSAT Preparation Grant will be able to choose either an in-person or online LSAT prep course offered by Kaplan.
The list below is not comprehensive of all LSAT prep courses offered and we do not endorse any specific prep course. We encourage you to research them to determine which one, if any, is the best one for you.
- Blueprint Test Preparation
- Cambridge LSAT
- Campus Prep- Courses offered at UW Smith Hall (Students who qualify for financial aid may receive a cheaper course cost. Please inquire with firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Chegg Test Prep
- Cutts Graduate Review
- Get Prepped
- Kaplan Test Preparation
- Sandweiss Test Preparation
- TestMasters – UW students can receive a $300 discount for an in-person LSAT Course or a $100 discount on the Online LSAT Course. If any student is interested in receiving the discount please email Madison Morris email@example.com and she will add you to the discount list.
- TestMasters- Free Digital Practice LSAT with registration code: WASHINGTONADV
- TestMax– LSATMax/ LSATMax App for download on iOS App Store & Google Play
- The Princeton Review
- Test Prep Practice
Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
- LSAC– Types of LSAT Questions
- LSAC- Sample LSAT Test
- LSAC- LSAT Test Prep Books and eBooks
- LSAC- How to prepare for the Digital LSAT
LSAT Study Plans
- University of Dayton School of Law- LSAT Prep: Two-and Four- Month Study Plans
- U.S. News- Set a 4 Month LSAT Study Plan for 3 Types of Test Takers
- Above the Law- The 8-Week LSAT Study Plan
- The LSAT Trainer- Various Study Schedules
- U.S. News- Pros, Cons of Retaking the LSAT in September
- Princeton Review- LSAT Writing Sample- Does It Matter?
(Besides the LSAC 10 Actual Office LSAT Prep Test Volumes) We do not recommend any of the following test prep books. We encourage you to find one that best suits your study needs.