Free LSAT Prep Resources
Watch video explanations that will help you understand every right answer to every LSAT question published this millennium. For FREE, no login required. Seriously—check it out!
LSAT Question Types
A full index of filterable LSAT question types. The Question Type matrix lets you see the different types of questions from every practice test this millennium.
Get an overview of the Law School Admissions Test including history, section breakdowns, law school admissions, and the best approaches for attacking the test.
LSAT Test Dates & Registration
View all of the upcoming dates and deadlines for the Law School Admissions Test. Find a published LSAT Test center in your area.
LSAT Scoring Scales & Curves Explained
What is a good LSAT score? Do Law Schools view my highest score or an average of multiple scores? Get answers to all these type of questions including explanations on LSAT score scales and curves.
LSAT Prep Downloads
Browse through these downloads to help you prepare for the LSAT. Downloads include a free Practice Test, writing samples, bubble sheets, conversion charts, and answer keys.
LSAT Prep Tools
Get the most effective and best lsat prep tools on the market! Browse free LSAT explanations from every practice test question this millennium. Take advantage of the free LSATgrader and input your answers to see trends in your work and identify problem areas for you to focus on.
Top 50 Law Schools
How to choose the Law School that is right for you. Browse through the nations best law schools and get info on LSAT scores, GPA, tuition fees, geography, acceptance rate, number of students, notable alumni, and more.
Law School Considerations for Multiple LSAT Scores
During admissions, most law schools consider your highest LSAT score, but some schools take a holistic or an average of all scores approach. View how each Law School considers multiple LSAT scores.
Logical Reasoning Question Types
Full list of question types and their descriptions in Logical Reasoning including identification questions, analysis questions and descriptive questions. Learn how the test asks these questions and what they want you to do.