LSAT, GMAT, and GRE TEST PREP
If you’re applying to grad school, chances are you’ve got a lot on your plate. Whether you’re finishing up your undergraduate degree, working full-time, or just stressed about the application process, the last thing you need is one more thing to worry about.
That’s why our grad test programs prioritize flexibility and customization on the way to getting you a great score. Your tutor will work around your constraints to make fitting test prep into your life as straightforward as possible. No matter your schedule, no matter your score goals, no matter your timeline – we’ve got you covered.
Weekly 2-hour online sessions cover testing strategies, concepts, and content, each adapted to your unique strengths & weaknesses.
Areas we serve
Our online tutoring programs with world-class tutors are available worldwide. Sessions take place using Lessonspace, an easy to use distance-learning platform that allows the student and tutor to share screens, videos, documents, collaborative whiteboards, and more.
Our one-on-one prep programs start at $270/hr. We customize our work to the unique needs of each student, so we require no upfront commitment of hours. You pay only for the sessions you schedule, and you are billed only after those sessions have been completed. There are no fees for changing or cancelling an appointment so long as any changes are made more than 24 hours in advance. For complete details, see our locations and pricing pages.
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About the tests
An Overview of the GMAT
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is used for admission to law schools throughout the United States. As the LSAT is generally considered the most difficult of all the standardized tests used for graduate admissions, preparation tends to be extensive, often lasting six or more months and involving numerous practice tests. Most students test two or three times, with dates scheduled far in advance. The LSAT is a more traditional test than the GMAT and GRE: though it has transitioned to digital administration, it is not adaptive, so students will receive the same set of pre-selected questions regardless of performance. For more, including details on test format, scoring, registration, test dates, and our approach to prep, see our complete breakdown of the LSAT.