Charleston Arkansas LSAT Prep Classes
Students in the Charleston area looking for the best LSAT course in the world can choose to take either a TestMasters comprehensive live course at select locations throughout the state of Arkansas or our in-depth Online LSAT Course on their own schedule. Arkansas students who want to prepare for the LSAT one-on-one with a private tutor can either work exclusively with one of our LSAT private tutors or use tutoring along with a TestMasters LSAT course.
Full Length LSAT Course
- Eighty hours of in-class instruction
- Instructors who have scored in at least the 98th percentile on an officially administered LSAT
- The complete set of TestMasters LSAT books delivered free via courier, including access to all previously released LSAT questions (over 7500 total)
- Six proctored (and nine additional) full-length LSAT PrepTests with comprehensive performance analyses available for each
- Thorough homework assignments that contain real LSAT questions, LSAT study drills, numerous analyses and other LSAT study tools, and a systematic question type classification for all real LSAT questions
- Access to TestMasters’ copyrighted methods and techniques
- Written or video explanations for all logic games, line reference notes for each reading comp passage, and written, video or audio explanations for selected logical reasoning questions
- Full access to the LSAT study tools in the TestMasters Online Resource Center—here, students can score LSAT PrepTests, examine score reports, take psychometric quizzes, view instructional videos and study written explanations, study the Flawed Methods of Reasoning database, locate questions using the LSAT Search Engine, and read special bulletins concerning the LSAT and law school admissions
Online LSAT Course
- More than one hundred hours of LSAT prep videos featuring TestMasters founder Robin Singh, who holds the world record for perfect scores on the LSAT
- Full access to the LSAT study tools in our Online Resource Center—use the Online Resource Center to score diagnostic exams, examine score reports, take psychometric quizzes, watch instructional videos and study written explanations, study the Flawed Methods of Reasoning database, locate questions using the LSAT Search Engine, and review special bulletins concerning the LSAT and law school admissions
- The complete set of TestMasters coursebooks delivered free via courier, including access to all previously released LSAT questions (over 7500 total)
- Access to TestMasters’ copyrighted methods and techniques
- Systematic classification of every question type for all real LSAT questions
- Written or video explanations for each logic game, line reference notes for each reading comp passage, and written, video or audio explanations for numerous logical reasoning questions
- Fifteen full-length diagnostics with comprehensive score analyses available for each
Weekend LSAT Course
- Sixteen hours of classroom instruction.
- Instructors who have scored in the 98th percentile or higher on an actual LSAT
- An extensive coursebook containing actual LSAT questions, LSAT prep drills, numerous analyses, and other LSAT review tools
- Access to over 1300 questions released by the LSAC
- Access to TestMasters’ copyrighted methods and techniques
- Seven full-length diagnostic exams and access to comprehensive score reports for each
- Use of our Online Resource Center to score LSAT PrepTests and to receive comprehensive score reports
The TestMasters LSAT course I am planning on taking is in Charleston. Is there a way to transfer to another class location?
During the term in which they are enrolled, TestMasters Charleston students can audit LSAT classes at a different location by logging in to the Online Resource Center and printing individual audit passes. To change LSAT class locations for the duration of the course, Charleston students should contact the TestMasters offices as soon as possible. As long as there is an opening in the LSAT class at the new location, students can switch free of charge.
What do I need to do to enroll in the Charleston TestMasters Course?
If you would like to register for a TestMasters LSAT prep course you can either pay in full or pay the $100 deposit to save your seat. You can make your payments using an accepted credit or debit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover), checks, or money orders. The deadline to complete your payment with a debit/credit card, cashier’s check, or money order is 7 days prior to the first class meeting; the deadline to complete your payment with a personal check is 10 days prior to the first class meeting.
Will my Charleston TestMasters instructor be available to answer questions about the course materials?
The TestMasters LSAT course is taught using the Socratic Method and students are encouraged to participate in in-class discussions and to ask questions during each LSAT class lesson. For those students with questions about the homework there is an Academic Assistance department which they can contact and receive a response directly from a TestMasters LSAT instructor.
What materials are included in the cost of the Charleston full-length TestMasters LSAT course?
Each student enrolled in the TestMasters Charleston Weekend LSAT Course receives a personal copy of the TestMasters Weekend LSAT course book. This book includes all lesson material, supplemental questions, and additional diagnostic exams. Students can score their pre-course and supplemental diagnostic exams on the Online Resource Center to receive detailed analysis about their test.
If I’m sick on the day of a scheduled Charleston diagnostic, how can I make up that test?
Students who have prior commitments during a regularly scheduled diagnostic exam can audit a diagnostic on a different day and/or at a different location (if one is available) or make-up the test on their own time. Students can search for upcoming diagnostic exams on their Online Resource Center and print a corresponding audit pass. Otherwise, each proctored LSAT is available for download on the Online Resource Center the day that it is administered in class. Students may also request to have their diagnostic exam released early by contacting the TestMasters office. For those students taking the exam on their own, it is advised to print the test and answer sheet, take the exam under proctored conditions, and submit the answer sheet to the TestMasters office for scoring. Once their exam has been scored, students can log in to the Online Resource Center to view their results.
I am signed up for the Charleston TestMasters class. Should I study my TestMasters LSAT books before the first lesson?
No. TestMasters students should not study any material until the course begins. We teach a comprehensive system of proven strategies and techniques that helps students significantly improve their accuracy and speed on the test. Students who begin studying the LSAT without having learned these strategies and techniques may develop habits that are inconsistent with the TestMasters methods, and may need to re-learn a different method of approaching the test in order to get the most out of the TestMasters course.
Can I work with a private tutor in Charleston?
Instructors are available for in-person LSAT private tutoring at each of the locations where a TestMasters class I held. It is possible that we have LSAT tutors available in other cities aside from where classes are offered, but tutoring is dependent on instructor availability. If we do not have an instructor based in your area, you can also work with a tutor remotely via our telephonic tutoring service.
How many installments can I make towards the TestMasters Charleston LSAT course tuition?
TestMasters allows students to pay for an LSAT prep course in installments as long as they have completed at least a $100 deposit. In order for a student to attend LSAT review classes, the course tuition has to be paid in full no later than one week prior to the first scheduled LSAT class meeting. Payments can be mailed directly to the TestMasters offices, made directly on a student’s Online Resource Center, or made over the phone.
What does the LSAT measure?
The LSAT is a five-section standardized test comprised of 2 logical reasoning sections, 1 logic games section, 1 reading comprehension section, and 1 experimental section. Unlike other standardized tests, the LSAT is a skills based test, rather than a content based test, designed to assess a student’s critical reasoning and reading comprehension abilities. The LSAT is the most heavily weighted component of any student’s law school admission application.
When is the best time to take the LSAT?
Students should not take the Law School Admission Test until they feel ready to do so. If students are not scoring at or very near their ideal score, they should consider waiting to take the test. While it is best for students to take the test shortly after they have finished their LSAT study so that the strategies and techniques they have learned are easier to recall, students should nonetheless keep in mind that rolling admissions may affect the likelihood of admission to the law school of their choice.
Who started TestMasters?
Robin Singh, the creator of the TestMasters course and the foremost authority on LSAT preparation, has worked assiduously to ensure that the TestMasters course is the best LSAT preparation course available. The techniques and strategies that he has invented have set TestMasters apart as the most comprehensive and effective LSAT course and have allowed Robin Singh himself to achieve more perfect scores on the LSAT than anyone else in the world.
What can I do if I am unable to attend the TestMasters full-length LSAT course?
While students who are interested in the most comprehensive LSAT preparation available are generally advised to take the full-length TestMasters course, the weekend course is a suitable live classroom alternative for students who cannot commit to a full-length class or who just want a bit of LSAT review before taking the test. The weekend course provides students with 16 hours of instruction and a coursebook with lessons, homework, and practice tests to help them learn the strategies and techniques that will help them succeed. Alternatively, the full-length course includes 80 hours of instruction and access to over 6,500 LSAT questions—every LSAT question available through the LSAC.
When does the Law School Admission Council administer the LSAT?
Students can only take the LSAT on one of the four LSAT administrations offered each year. The test is given in February, June, September/October, and December.
Do I need to purchase any LSAT prep materials if I am working with a TestMasters tutor?
Tutoring students may only use officially licensed LSAT PrepTests or course materials purchased directly from TestMasters when working with their LSAT tutor.
If I study for the LSAT with a private tutor, what will be the structure of those LSAT prep sessions?
Students who sign up for LSAT tutoring with TestMasters can benefit in a variety of ways. The focused attention afforded to students working one-on-one with a private tutor in their LSAT prep allows them to identify and work through problem areas quickly and effectively. Students who work with a private tutor are also able to learn the TestMasters methodology from an LSAT expert who will cater to their specific level of understanding and their goals and concerns.
What is the importance of the LSAT?
Generally, the Law School Admission Test is more important than any other factor in the law school admissions process, superseding even college GPA in importance. The LSAT is a standardized measure of a student’s ability to read carefully and reason properly. Since the LSAT serves to put all applicants on an equal playing field, students who do well on the test through adequate LSAT prep can make up for weak aspects of their application—namely a bad college GPA.
How many years has TestMasters been in business?
Since 1991 TestMasters LSAT prep courses have helped over 100,000 students reach their admissions goals.
Will I be able to get a detailed breakdown of my diagnostic test results?
The Online Resource Center is where you should go to view and print your score report once you have taken a proctored LSAT prep test. Your score report will be posted online for you to view by 9AM the day following your diagnostic administration, but may be available at an earlier time. Since it is helpful to have a copy of your score report with you at the LSAT review session for the diagnostic, we recommend that you print it and bring it to your review class. Supplemental score reports can also be viewed in the Online Resource Center, but unlike the proctored diagnostics, you will score these yourself online and then be able to view your results immediately.