Achieve your full potential on the LSAT by preparing for the test. At a minimum, we recommend taking a practice test, including a writing sample, under the time constraints. This will help you estimate how much time you should spend on each question and also show you which question types you should spend more time practicing.
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List of Official LSAT Content Licensees, Including Fee Waivers
LSAC licenses Official LSAT content to a number of test prep companies and courses. This year, for the first time, LSAC is publishing a list of the companies and courses that incorporate licensed LSAT content in their programs. Many of our licensees have decided to offer fee waivers for their courses to students who have obtained LSAC fee waivers for the LSAT and CAS; these companies and courses are indicated with a “Yes” in the Offers Fee Waiver column in the following table. LSAC will not provide the names or contact information of fee waiver recipients directly to any licensee. However, upon written request from a licensee, LSAC will verify whether an LSAC fee waiver has been granted. LSAC is delighted that many of our licensees are offering free courses to LSAC fee waiver recipients. Please note that requests for test prep fee waivers must be made directly to the test prep companies providing them.
The following test preparation companies and courses are licensed to use LSAT content. This list is updated frequently. Be sure to check back often.
|Licensee||Offers Fee Waiver|
|Blueprint Test Preparation||YES|
|Test Masters (California)|
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The multiple choice sections of the test have three different question types. Our resources include directions, sample questions, and a discussion of the answers.