Austin LSAT Prep offers structured, exceptional quality LSAT courses and personal coaching to students in the Austin / Round Rock / San Marcos area.
Your LSAT test score can make the difference to whether you are accepted into your target law school. No matter what your undergraduate major is, Austin LSAT Prep can improve your chances by helping you raise your LSAT score.
We offer flexible options to suit your LSAT preparation requirements and budget.
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Logic reasoning. Reading comprehension. Analytical reasoning. You have the capability to do well on the LSAT. But studying for LSAT on your own is tough. What you need is LSAT testing strategies, explanations, practice, and expert coaching by an Austin LSAT Prep professor.
LSAT preparation is much easier when you understand the principles behind the test. Austin LSAT Prep classes emphasize concept learning. Each LSAT practice question is broken down into comprehensible steps to help reinforce your LSAT testing strategy.
Once you understand, you practice. When you take the LSAT practice tests, you have our expert professor analyze your outcome and figure out how you can improve your LSAT score. We work with you through every step of your LSAT preparation.
At Austin LSAT Prep, we are focused on just one test: the LSAT. Our LSAT review courses offer a comprehensive, paced curriculum that covers what you need to know using proven teaching methods to allow you to really absorb and learn the materials.
We place the highest value on the quality of learning and emphasize individual attention. Our LSAT instruction is provided face-to-face in a comfortable classroom. If you have a question, go ahead and ask; that's one benefit of a great LSAT class.
To maximize the personal attention and interaction that you will need, we keep our LSAT prep classes small, limiting them to 12 students each.
When you begin to prep for LSAT, it's good to have experience on your side. Our LSAT courses are taught by a highly experienced professor who himself holds a J.D. and has passed four bar exams, including one in the state of Texas.
Unlike many of our competitors, we do not hire graduate or undergraduate students to teach the LSAT classes. Our success is tied to your success - thus it is imperative that we deliver the very best coaching to help you succeed.
We are based in Austin; we are here to support you as you prepare for LSAT. We do not belong to a marketing-focused franchise or national chain. We are not staffed with sales associates. When you call, you will speak directly with the professor who teaches the classes.
Austin LSAT Prep offers flexible choices to meet your individual LSAT preparation needs. You pick the option that suits your requirements for time and budget, according to what is best for you.
Most students preparing for the test would benefit from the Comprehensive LSAT Class. This course systematically and thoroughly reviews all three sections of the LSAT and provides LSAT practice. The LSAT review course is offered four times a year and runs for six weeks. Students receive 36 hours of face-to-face classroom instruction (12 sessions of three hours each), covering logical reasoning, reading comprehension, and analytical reasoning (logic games).
We provide all the materials including LSAT prep books, notes, and LSAT practice tests. For most students, the class and the prescribed practice are the best way to prep for LSAT.
Students who want to strengthen their LSAT performance in areas requiring extra attention may sign up for our customized 1-1 Tutoring. LSAT tutoring may be chosen as either a supplement to our LSAT prep classes or a stand-alone option. LSAT tutoring allows you to tailor your LSAT preparation and instruction times to suit your needs. You may sign up for any number of hours, subject to a minimum requirement of two hours per session.
Our guarantee is simple: After taking our LSAT preparation course, if you think you can do better, come back and re-take the class at no extra cost. No fine print. We just want you to achieve the best LSAT score that you can.
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