Class Details

  • 30 hours of classroom instruction
  • Covers: Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Writing Assessment
  • Classes are held on campus - Weeknights: 10 classes, 3 hours each
  • Live-Online classes available – similar schedules. Sessions are recorded.
  • Classes are delivered in PowerPoint for clear, well-organized lectures
  • Classes are limited to 30 students to ensure maximum personal attention 

What makes our class different?

We are a JMU program – We are here to provide valuable skills and knowledge. You know and trust JMU, and can be assured that we will provide a high quality program.

  • Our instructors – we hire and train instructors who know the test and care about helping you succeed.
  • Our curriculum – Our curriculum is specifically designed by test preparation experts, uses actual LSAT questions, and provides an easy to follow preparation plan.
  • Value – Our classes are competitively priced and offer the best value.>

Are materials included? Which books do you use and why?

The course fee includes all class materials.

10 New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests

We use this book because it uses actual LSAT tests have been administered as LSAT exams. This ensures that you are preparing for the test with material closely matches questions you are likely to see on the exam.

Practice Exams

10 of the newest available PrepTests are provide as practice exams. These are actual exams that have been administered over the past several years.

LSAT Student Manual

Our student manual was written by professional test preparation experts who have years of experience writing LSAT exam questions, teaching LSAT prep courses, and developing the curriculum for this class. The student manual makes it easy to follow the instructor's lessons and outlines a specifically designed, targeted practice program.

Are practice tests included?

Yes. 10 practice tests are provided and the textbook that we use in class includes 10 additional LSAT tests. Students are assigned questions from the practice tests as homework at appropriate times during the class. We also discuss when and how you should use full practice tests as part of your preparation during the class.

  • We do not take up valuable classroom time with practice tests because we want to provide you with as much help as we can in the time we have together. Our classes make the most of the student-instructor time.
  • Our instructors will be happy to review your practice test results with you.

A practice test and prep materials are also available for free from LSAC. For more information, visit the LSAC website.

Who teaches the LSAT Test Prep class?

All classes are taught by highly qualified and trained professionals.  Most teachers have taught the class for at least a year and have additional teaching or training experience. Many of our instructors are members of the bar.

Our instructors are required to:

  • Show proficiency on the exam
  • Complete program specific training
  • Approximately 20 hours of training and classroom observation before ever teaching a class.
  • Maintain high evaluation scores from class evaluations and instructor observations.

How much does the class cost?

The course fee is $899.00 and includes all course materials.

How can I register?

  1. On-line - www.jmu.edu/outreach/programs/all/lsat/classes
  2. By mail – Please complete the registration form and submit with payment to the address shown on form no later than 2 weeks prior to the course start date.
  3. In person – Registration can be made in-person up to the course start date. 

Do you offer a guarantee?

We don't offer a guarantee that your score will increase by a certain percentage or score, and here is why:

Guarantees cost you (the test-taker) time and money, but don’t provide you with more value or help you get the results you need.

  • You don't want a Guarantee - You want to get the score you need to get into your program of choice. We are committed to helping you achieve that goal.
  • Our instructors are available before, during, and after class to offer extra help, if needed.
  • You have access to the instructor via email, even after the class concludes, to ask questions and get help with sticking points in your preparation.
  • Guarantees come with fine print, usually outlining what you need to do to qualify for a refund, etc.. The burden of proof is always on the student.
  • You can retake our class for any reason, for a nominal fee, if you decide you need to.

How can I retake the class if I decide I want to?

First, very few people find that they need to retake the class. Our program includes a study plan and homework that is designed to help you achieve the results you desire. If you complete the class assignments, study, and follow the testing tools we provide, we are confident you will achieve the results you want. Most people who do retake the class do so because they found they couldn't prepare properly for personal reasons. We understand that sometimes things come up and you may need to postpone your preparation, and we are here to help. The retake fee is 50% of normal registration fee.

What is your refund policy?

You may cancel your registration up to one week before the class start date, and receive a refund minus $25.00 administrative fee and any credit card processing fees. You may transfer to a future class within one year of your original registration date at no additional charge.

Who can answer more detailed questions about the LSAT or our course?

Our instructors are happy to help. Attend one of our Free Strategy Workshops or contact us at testprep@jmu.edu and we will have our team of expert LSAT instructors contact you.

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