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Welcome to your Velocity!


Welcome to Velocity Test Prep. I’m Dave Hall.

If you’re anything like me, then you know that after a long day of fighting off ninjas and assassins, and the Kardashian sisters -just stay off my lawn! - there’s nothing better than some delicious LSAT.

Which is why I’ve been teaching LSAT prep since 2004. Over the years, I’ve helped students get into Yale, Harvard, Columbia, NYU, Chicago, Berkeley, UCLA, USC and many, many other schools. I myself have earned multiple perfect scores on the test.

Now I’m ecstatic to be at Velocity LSAT, where we believe in two things: in kicking ass, and in you. Seriously. We think if we give you the keys and show you how it works, that you can drive it to the sun. So that’s what we’ve done.

We think you learn best when you learn at your pace, so we’re giving you all the tools you need to get ready for the LSAT by yourself, but not alone.

Here are the three steps to your success:

  1. When you enroll in our Comprehensive Course, we’ll mail you a box of books that contains every LSAT question asked this millennium. There’s enough practice material here to make sure you learn every concept.
  2. You get access to the entirety of our online video collection - a series of ass-kicking lectures that will show you - in great detail and easy-to-follow specifics - exactly how to improve your score. It’s not just LSAT prep. It’s LSAT Kung Fu.
  3. We’ve built an online Forum where you can get answers to absolutely any question you have. At every step, all the way to test day, you can be absolutely assured that you have the tools you need to succeed. Even after your test is done, you’ll have access to valuable advice on submitting your most powerful law school application, from writing your personal statement through choosing your recommenders.

Or, if you really only want to concentrate on one area of the test, we offer single-subject courses at reduced prices in each of the three subjects tested on the LSAT.

Or, if you want to do old-school, live classroom instruction with me, we can do that, too. I teach live classroom courses in cooperation with The Princeton Review of Southern California, on campus at UCI and at CSUF.

For more info, check out our dozens of free LSAT lessons at and at Or send us an email at

Now, are you ready?

Then let’s do Kung Fu.