LSAT and Law School Application Preparation
Practice tests are available from the Law School Administration Council at www.lsac.org. (LSAC creates and administers the Law School Admission Test).
In addition, Michigan State University provides free online webinars on the LSAT and law school application. Sign up for them at
http://www.law.msu.edu/admissions/webinars/. Recordings of past webinars are available at http://www.law.msu.edu/admissions/recorded-webinars.html.
Many students find test preparation classes useful in approaching the LSAT. Below are some links to commercial test preparation companies. The Geneseo Pre-Law program does not endorse any particular preparation company/ies; the same goes for the external evaluator of these commercial providers listed below.
For application advice and support, please make an appointment with one of the prelaw advisors.
Commercial Test Preparation Companies (listed in alphabetical order and hyperlinked to their respective web sites):
Blueprint LSAT Geneseo students are eligible for a $100 discount off the regular price off Blueprint's online LSAT course; before enrolling by phone students must send an image of their school ID through their Geneseo email account to firstname.lastname@example.org as confirmation of their status.
LSATMax LSAT Prep Students who qualify for a fee-waiver from LSAC also qualify for an LSATMax scholarship that covers the entire course cost. See: http://lsatmax.com/scholarship/
Princeton Review LSAT
Admissions Dean: Taking the LSAT provides a comparison of the services provided by the companies listed above.
STEPS to the LSAT is a low-fee self-prep program
GoGrad Guide to the LSAT provides comprehensive information about preparing for and taking the test, with links to resources