LSAT PREP & ONE-ON-ONE TUTORING
We’ll cut right to the chase: the LSAT is difficult. Really difficult. Like, “written to prepare you for a career as a professional arguer” difficult. And that just makes it even more important that your LSAT prep program is as smart as it is hard.
At Inspirica, we have nearly 40 years of experience directing students’ efforts so that they can maximize their chances of maxing out their scores. You don’t need a background in formal logic to conclude that we know a thing or two about beating this test. Scroll down to learn more and get started with your LSAT prep program today.
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Our Team of LSAT Prep Experts
Meet our team of LSAT prep specialists! Each of the tutors you see below is available in both Elite and Premier Prep, so no matter which program you choose, you’re guaranteed to work with one of the best test experts in the world. Click on an individual tutor’s icon to see their availability and learn a little more about them. If you have specific questions — about an individual’s availability, the test, or the prep process — just drop us a line in webchat or schedule a phone consultation at whatever time works best for you.
To reserve a spot with one of these tutors in the Premier Prep format, select their icon below, choose LSAT from the drop-down menu, and follow the prompts to reserve a spot on their roster. To begin work with one of them in the Elite Prep format, you’ll need to purchase your package of sessions first from the Elite LSAT Prep page.
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The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is created by the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC)and is used for admission to law schools throughout the United States. As the LSAT is 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 the dates scheduled far in advance.