100-Hour LSAT Course
In the 100-Hour Course, you will thoroughly review every kind of question on the LSAT as you take 10 live proctored exams in class and many more at home.
How We Compare
|Your instructor scored in the top 99%|
|Live instruction hours||100||72||84||90||64|
|Live practice exams||8||4||6||4||4|
|You get your instructor's cell number|
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Although Kaplan and Princeton Review offer satisfaction guarantees, you do not get your money back. Instead, they let you repeat their class for free.
What You Get
Live Lessons 60 hours Live Q&A 12 hours Extra Help Sessions 28 hours Total Hours 100 hours
- 100 hours of live instruction
- 8 live proctored exams
- 30 official full-length LSATs
- Strategy's official study materials and explanations
- Call or email your instructor with questions at anytime
In class, you will learn the best strategies for approaching every kind of question on the test, using only official LSAT questions. Each lesson focuses on two or three strategies.
You'll work through many official examples in class and then take home more challenges to do on your own. In each class, you'll have the opportunity to ask questions about the homework and review what you're learning.
If you need more help, feel free to come 30 minutes before class to work with your instructor on anything you're struggling with. If you can't come early, feel free to stay after class.
You will have the opportunity to take at least 8 full-length LSATs in class with a live proctor—just like the real exam. For an hour after each exam, feel free to stay and ask questions about that exam.
If you cannot attend an exam, you can pick up the exam beforehand and take it on your own, using your own timer or our online proctor.
Extra Help Sessions
If you need extra help, feel free to sit down with your instructor during any of the exams. In these extra help sessions, you can ask about any part of the exam. If other students are attending the same session, your instructor will usually go around the room and work with each student individually.