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LSAT preparation information

The following is a list of preparatory materials that you might want to try as you prepare for the LSAT. Note: The University of Akron School of Law does not endorse or represent any LSAT preparatory course/material. This information is simply provided as a service to prospective law students.

  1. The University of Akron Center for Workforce Development and Continuing Education: For more information, call 330.972.7577 or click here.
  2. Law School Admission Council (LSAC): LSAC is the organization that develops and administers the LSAT. They sell copies of old tests to aid students in preparation for the exam. Click here to purchase LSAT preparation materials from LSAC. Since these are actual copies of actual LSAT exams that have actually been administered at one time, the resources offered by LSAC generally provide the best gauge of how you can expect to perform on the LSAT.
  3. GP LSAT Prep: For more information, visit www.getprepped.com
  4. The Princeton Review: For more information, call 216.360.0100 or visit www.review.com.
  5. Kaplan Test Prep: For more information call 1.800.KAP.TEST or visit www.kaplan.com.
  6. Sherwood Test Prep: For more information, visit www.sherwoodtest.com.
  7. Simugator: For more information, visit www.simugator.com.
  8. Testmasters: For more information, visit www.testmasters.net.
  9. Parliament Tutors: For more information, visit www.ParliamentTutors.com or contact David Greenberg at dgreenberg@parliamenttutors.com or 216.408.4626.
  10. Velocity LSAT: www.velocitylsat.com
  11. TestPrepPractice: www.testpreppractice.net/LSAT/Default.aspx
  12. ExamFocus: Free practice tests at www.examfocus.com/lsat/
  13. LSAT Freedom: Test prep advice and online course at LSATFreedom.com 
  14. Every LSAT: Free and low-cost copies of old LSAT exams at www.everylsat.com
  15. Odyssey Test Prep: Online logic games course: OdysseyTestPrep.com/revolution
  16. LSATMax LSAT Prep iPad App: Available here

If you are not located in northeast Ohio, you may want to contact a local college, university, or community college to ask whether or not they offer LSAT preparation courses. In addition, most libraries and bookstores carry commercial LSAT preparation guides published by LSAC, Kaplan, Princeton Review, Barron's, and other companies.