TestMasters LSAT Course offerings in Pocahontas, Arkansas
For students who would prefer to enroll in a live course, TestMasters offers full-length live LSAT review courses within the state of Arkansas. For students in the Pocahontas area who are unable to enroll in an entire full-length course but who want every possible edge on the LSAT, our state-of-the-art online course is a perfect option. TestMasters also offers private tutoring for students who would prefer to prepare for the LSAT one-on-one. Students can either use a tutoring package to supplement a TestMasters LSAT course or work exclusively with a private LSAT tutor.
Full Length LSAT Course
- Eighty hours of live, in-class instruction
- Instructors who have scored in at least the 98th percentile on an actual LSAT
- The complete set of TestMasters LSAT books delivered free via courier, including access to all previously released LSAT questions (over 7,500 total)
- Six proctored (and nine additional) full-length LSATs with comprehensive performance analyses available for each
- Extensive homework assignments that contain real LSAT questions, LSAT study drills, numerous analyses and other LSAT review tools, and a systematic question type classification for every released LSAT question
- Access to the best LSAT preparation methods and techniques in the world
- Written or video explanations for all logic games, line reference notes for each reading comprehension passage, and written, video or audio explanations for many logical reasoning questions
- Full access to the LSAT study tools in our Online Resource Center—use the Online Resource Center to score diagnostic exams, examine score reports, study LSAT vocabulary with psychometric quizzes, view instructional videos and read written explanations, use the Flawed Methods of Reasoning database, locate specific questions using the LSAT Search Engine, and review academic bulletins concerning the LSAT and law school admissions
Online LSAT Course
- More than eighty hours of instructional videos featuring TestMasters founder Robin Singh, the world record-holder for perfect scores on the LSAT
- Full access to the LSAT study tools in our Online Resource Center—here, students can score LSAT PrepTests, examine score reports, take psychometric quizzes, view instructional videos and read written explanations, use the Flawed Methods of Reasoning database, locate questions using the LSAT Search Engine, and read academic bulletins concerning the LSAT and law school admissions
- The complete five-volume set of TestMasters LSAT books delivered free via courier, including access to all LSAT questions released by the LSAC (over 7,500 questions)
- Access to TestMasters’ proven methods and techniques
- Systematic question type classification for every released LSAT question
- 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
- Fifteen full-length LSATs with comprehensive score analyses available for each
Weekend LSAT Course
- Sixteen hours of live, in-class instruction.
- Instructors who have scored in the 98th percentile or higher on an actual LSAT
- An in-depth coursebook containing real LSAT questions, LSAT study drills, numerous analyses, and other LSAT study tools
- Course materials that contain over 1300 actual LSAT questions
- Access to TestMasters’ proven methods and techniques
- Ten full-length diagnostics with comprehensive score analyses available for each
- Access to the TestMasters Online Resource Center for the purpose of scoring diagnostic exams and viewing comprehensive score reports.
What is the TestMasters transfer policy for the Pocahontas LSAT course?
Students enrolled in the Pocahontas LSAT course who need to audit lessons in a different location can do so by printing audit passes from the Online Resource Center. TestMasters students can also change locations for the remainder of the course at no additional cost if there is space available in the new location. Students wishing to exercise this option should contact TestMasters immediately so we can ensure that a spot is reserved.
If I want to sign up for the Pocahontas TestMasters Course, how should I do so?
Students can register for an LSAT course by making the full payment or by making a down payment of at least $100. Payments can be made with a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover credit/debit card, check, or money order. If paying with a personal check, please ensure that it is received by TestMasters no later than 10 days prior to the first class meeting. Otherwise, all payments must be completed no later than 7 days prior to the first class meeting. Enrollments completed for a live LSAT prep class after the 7 day deadline will be assessed a $50 late registration fee.
Once I'm taking the Pocahontas LSAT prep course with TestMasters, what are the best ways to get help with course materials I have questions about?
TestMasters Instructors are made accessible to students outside of their regularly schedules class lessons via homework review sessions and the Student Helpline. Each four-hour LSAT class includes an additional 30 minute review prior to the start of the lesson where students can ask their instructor questions directly about materials from the previous lesson. Students can also speak with an instructor one-on-one over the phone by calling the toll-free TestMasters Student Helpline. This service is available to currently enrolled Full-Length LSAT course students during the week from 1 PM to 4 PM ET (10 AM – 1 PM PT).
When I sign up for the full-length TestMasters LSAT course in Pocahontas what do I get?
One week prior to the first class meeting students enrolled in the TestMasters Pocahontas Weekend LSAT Course will be shipped their course textbook. They will also be able to access their pre-course diagnostic exam on the Online Resource Center in order to download, print, and take it prior to the first lesson. After their course, students can score their supplemental diagnostic exams online to receive detailed statistical analysis about their performance.
If I am enrolled in the Pocahontas class, is it possible to make up a diagnostic exam?
Students who can’t make a scheduled diagnostic exam have a few alternatives if they would like to make up the test. First, they can download the test from the Online Resource Center, then self administer it, and submit the answer sheet to TestMasters for scoring. Second, students can use one of their audit passes to attend a different classes’ scheduled exam on a different day.
I want to get started with my LSAT prep as soon as possible. Is it advisable to study LSAT questions on my own before taking the TestMasters LSAT course?
Any student who is interested in signing up for the TestMasters LSAT course should not begin studying for the LSAT on their own or with any other LSAT prep courses. The TestMasters course is designed to allow students to absorb the TestMasters techniques and strategies by working through a vast amount of material. Students may pick up bad habits by studying on their own or working with other companies’ LSAT preparation materials.
Is tutoring available in Pocahontas?
In-person tutoringfor the LSAT is available in every area where we hold classes. Sometimes we have tutors available in additional cities but tutoring is dependent on our tutor availability. TestMasters also offers telephonic tutoring which enables students to work one-on-one with a trained TestMasters instructor.
Does the TestMasters Pocahontas LSAT course tuition have to be paid in full upon enrollment?
The deadline to register for a TestMasters LSAT course is one week prior to the first class meeting. By that deadline students must complete their payments in order to attend class. Payments can be submitted in multiple installments through the TestMasters Online Resource Center, over the phone, or via regular mail.
Is the LSAT a requirement for law school?
The Law School Admission Test measures a student’s ability to read carefully and reason critically. As admissions to law school have become more competitive, the LSAT serves as a common denominator by which all candidates can be evaluated equally. The LSAT is a half-day exam, and is only administered four times in any calendar year.
How soon should I take the LSAT after my course has completed?
Because students are more likely to remember the material shortly after studying for the LSAT, students are advised to take the test as soon as they feel ready. Furthermore, since many schools have rolling admissions, waiting until later in the cycle to take the LSAT and apply to schools may reduce your likelihood of being accepted. However, if students are not satisfied with their scores on LSAT preptests, it may be worth considering postponing until a later administration.
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.
If I want to take a classroom course but can’t take the full-length LSAT course, does TestMasters provide an alternative?
TestMasters designed the weekend course for students who either cannot commit to taking the entire 80-hour full-length course or need just a few LSAT review classes to help them remember material they have learned earlier in the course of their study. The TestMasters weekend prep class is a 16-hour two-day course that gives students a brief overview of the most important concepts on the LSAT as well as strategies and techniques to tackle questions effectively.
How many times a year is the LSAT administered?
The LSAT is administered 4 times a year: February, June, September/October, and December.
If I work with a TestMasters private tutor, can I bring my own LSAT prep materials?
TestMasters only prepares students using official LSAT prep questions released from the LSAC. Students cannot use simulated LSAT questions or materials developed by other LSAT test prep courses in their tutoring sessions. Students are allowed to purchase LSAT PrepTests directly from the LSAC, or TestMasters course materials for use in their tutoring sessions.
Will my TestMasters tutor help me figure out what LSAT preparation I need to do?
There are many ways that TestMasters tutors work with students to help them with their LSAT preparation. Some students who have already taken the TestMasters class sign up for private tutoring because they would like assistance understanding some of the toughest concepts they were exposed to in their classes. Other students sign up for private tutoring before doing any LSAT prep because they prefer to do their studying with a private tutor. For these students, TestMasters offers tutoring packages at a reduced rate.
How important is the LSAT for law school?
The Law School Admission Test is typically the most important element of the law school admissions process. Although undergraduate GPA is also important, it usually doesn’t compare in importance to the LSAT. The LSAT is not only a standardized measure, it also tests the sorts of skills students need to do well in law school—namely the ability to reason effectively and read carefully.
When did Robin Singh create TestMasters?
Since 1991 over 100,000 students have taken LSAT courses offered by TestMasters.
Am I able to review the results of my practice LSAT prep tests?
Students interested in accessing their score reports after a proctored diagnostic should log in to the Online Resource Center. There, students can review, save, and print their diagnostic score report (you should bring a printed copy to your LSAT review class for that diagnostic). These score reports are always posted by 9AM the day after the diagnostic was proctored and are frequently available earlier. You will be able to score your supplemental LSAT practice tests and immediately view the corresponding score reports online. Carefully reviewing the information in their score reports will allow students to more easily identify patterns in their mistakes and to correct them.