TestMasters McGehee Arkansas LSAT Prep Courses
For McGehee students who want to register for an in-person course, TestMasters offers full-length live LSAT prep courses in select locations across the state of Arkansas. McGehee students who are interested in enrolling in a TestMasters LSAT prep course but who cannot enroll in a live course can still take advantage of our LSAT expertise with our in-depth Online LSAT Course. Arkansas students who would rather complete their LSAT study one-on-one with a private tutor can either work exclusively with one of our LSAT private tutors or supplement a TestMasters LSAT course with additional tutoring hours.
Full Length LSAT Course
- Eighty classroom hours of instruction
- Instructors who have scored in the 98th percentile or higher on an officially administered Law School Admission Test
- The complete five-volume set of TestMasters coursebooks delivered free via courier, including access to all previously released LSAT questions (over 7500 total)
- Six proctored (and nine additional) full-length LSAT Prep Tests with comprehensive score reports available for each
- Thorough homework assignments that contain real LSAT questions, LSAT study drills, numerous analyses and other LSAT review tools, and a systematic classification of every question type for all real LSAT questions
- Access to the best LSAT preparation methods and techniques in the world
- Written or video explanations for all logic games, line reference notes for every reading comp passage, and written, video or audio explanations for many logical reasoning questions
- Full access to the LSAT study tools in the TestMasters Online Resource Center—here, you can score LSAT PrepTests, examine score reports, study LSAT vocabulary with psychometric quizzes, view instructional videos and study written explanations, sharpen argument evaluation skills with the Flawed Methods of Reasoning database, locate questions using the LSAT Search Engine, and review academic 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, the world record-holder for perfect scores on the LSAT
- Full access to the LSAT study tools in the TestMasters Online Resource Center—use the Online Resource Center to score diagnostics, examine score reports, take psychometric quizzes, watch instructional videos and study written explanations, use the Flawed Methods of Reasoning database, access questions using the LSAT Search Engine, and read academic bulletins concerning the LSAT and law school admissions
- The complete set of TestMasters coursebooks delivered free via courier, including licensed use of over 7500 real LSAT questions
- Access to TestMasters’ copyrighted methods and techniques
- Systematic classification of every question type for every released LSAT question
- Written or video explanations for all logic games, line reference notes for every reading comp passage, and written, video or audio explanations for numerous logical reasoning questions
- Fifteen full-length diagnostic exams with comprehensive performance analyses available for each
Weekend LSAT Course
- Sixteen hours of live instruction.
- Instructors who have scored in at least the 98th percentile on an officially administered LSAT
- An in-depth workbook containing real LSAT prep questions, LSAT prep drills, numerous analyses, and other LSAT study tools
- Licensed use of over 1300 real LSAT questions
- Access to the best LSAT preparation methods and techniques in the world
- Seven full-length diagnostic exams with comprehensive performance analyses available for each
- Use of the TestMasters Online Resource Center to score LSAT Prep Tests and to receive comprehensive score reports
I am currently living in McGehee. Is it possible to switch locations during the TestMasters LSAT course?
Students taking the TestMasters LSAT prep course in McGehee can log in to the Online Resource Center to print audit passes in order to attend individual classes at a different location. Students in McGehee who want to change locations permanently during the same term can do so at no additional charge as long as there is space available in the TestMasters class at the new location. Students wishing to make such a transfer should contact TestMasters right away so we can ensure that they have a spot in the new LSAT class location.
How can I register for an upcoming McGehee LSAT Course?
It is easy to register for a TestMasters LSAT course at the TestMasters offices, online, or over the phone. Students can register by paying the full LSAT course tuition or by making a $100 deposit. Accepted forms of payment include: Visa, MasterCard, and Discover cards, checks, and money orders. The deadline for students to pay their tuition in full is 7 days prior to the first class meeting. All personal checks must be received in the TestMasters offices no later than 10 days prior to the first class meeting.
If I am taking the McGehee LSAT prep course and I have questions about the homework, who can I speak with about them?
Students enrolled in the TestMasters LSAT course can ask academic questions about the material by emailing our Academic Assistance department, which is staffed by our expert instructors.
What LSAT prep books does TestMasters include with its McGehee LSAT Weekend course?
Students enrolled in the TestMasters McGehee Weekend LSAT Course receive the TestMasters Weekend LSAT course book. This book includes all four lessons covered during the course and additional practice questions. Students also have access to the Online Resource Center, 7 supplemental diagnostic exams, and detailed diagnostic score reports.
If I am unable to attend a scheduled diagnostic for my McGehee class, how am I able to make it up?
Students who are unable to attend any of the four proctored diagnostic exams can make up the exam at a different time. If there is a diagnostic test available at a different location and on a different day, students can print out an audit pass from their Online Resource Center to sit in on the test. Students can also self-administer the test. Regardless of when a student takes the test they can self-score it in their Online Resource Center.
I am signed up for the McGehee 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 get tutoring through TestMasters in McGehee?
All TestMasters LSAT tutors are qualified LSAT instructors who have or currently teach our live LSAT courses. TestMasters offers in-person private LSAT tutoring in locations where courses are being held. If TestMasters can accommodate your tutoring request in a location outside of where we offer classes we will set you up with an available LSAT tutor. Students who live far from a class site can purchase telephonic tutoring to work with a qualified TestMasters LSAT tutor.
Can I attend McGehee TestMasters LSAT prep classes before paying in full?
Students who wish to reserve a seat in an upcoming TestMasters LSAT review course may do so by making a $100 deposit. After making a deposit, students can pay the remaining balance in any number of installments by submitting their payment via regular mail, making payments on the Online Resource Center, or making payments over the phone with a TestMasters Enrollment Counselor. All students must have the course tuition paid in full no later than 7 days prior to the first class meeting in order to attend any LSAT classes.
Should I take the LSAT?
The LSAT is a half-day, standardized test that is comprised of 2 logical reasoning, 1 logic games, 1 reading comprehension, and 1 experimental section. The LSAT gauges a student’s acquired reading and critical reasoning skills, and provides a standard measure by which all law schools can evaluate applicants.
How long should I wait before taking the LSAT?
You should register for the LSAT shortly after your LSAT study is complete and you are consistently reaching a score in your practice diagnostics that you would be happy with on your administered test. If you take the test before this point, you run a higher risk of not reaching your goal score. However, you should also consider that waiting longer to take the test may affect your chances of getting into your preferred law school due to rolling admissions.
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 are the main differences between the TestMasters weekend course and the TestMasters full-length LSAT course?
The weekend course that TestMasters offers gives students who cannot take the full-length course the opportunity to learn the TestMasters methodology in an abbreviated version of the full-length LSAT course. While the weekend course is not as comprehensive as the full-length course—it includes 16 hours of instruction as opposed to 80 hours—it will still equip students with an understanding of some of the most basic concepts that they will encounter on the LSAT. Students who take the weekend class are also provided with a number of LSAT practice tests and homework questions to help solidify their understanding of the concepts they learned in the course.
When does the LSAC administer the LSAT?
The Law School Admission Test is offered four times annually. The test dates are scheduled on specific dates in February, June, September/October, and December.
What LSAT preparation materials can I use with a private TestMasters tutor?
Tutoring students may only use LSAT prep materials purchased directly from the LSAC or from TestMasters. Both the full-length and weekend course books are available for sale to TestMasters private tutoring students. The full-length LSAT prep books include 5 course volumes (with over 7500 real LSAT questions), and access to our online resources which include hundreds of written, video, and audio explanations, psychometric quizzes and drills, and detailed score analysis for each LSAT practice test. The LSAT Weekend Course book includes over 1300 real LSAT question and access to diagnostic score reports on the Online Resource Center.
What is the structure of the LSAT prep sessions I get with my TestMasters private tutor?
Some students come to tutoring sessions with a clear game plan of what they would like to do to improve. Other students know they would like assistance in their LSAT prep but are less sure about what their problem areas are. TestMasters tutors can help in either case. Our tutors are qualified to help students in any stage of their LSAT preparation to reach their goals.
Will my LSAT score play a major role in the law school admissions process?
More than any other individual element—even more than your college GPA—your LSAT score determines what law schools you are likely to get into. The Law School Admission Test is designed to test the skills you will need to be a successful law student and lawyer. Since the LSAT is a standardized test, it serves to put all students on the same playing field, meaning even students with poor performance in undergrad will have a chance to compete for a spot at their preferred law schools if they take their LSAT study seriously.
What year did Robin Singh teach the first TestMasters LSAT course?
More than 150,000 students have taken TestMasters since its inception in 1991.
Where are my diagnostic results posted?
If you are attempting to retrieve your scores after taking a proctored diagnostic, you can log in to the Online Resource Center to score your test and view and print your score report. If you plan to attend the LSAT review class for your diagnostic, you should print a copy of your score report and bring it with you. The statistical information provided on these score reports will help you to optimize your LSAT preparation.