“The first time I took the LSAT, I studied on my own with a bunch of Kaplan and LSAC books. I got a 157, which is in the 71st percentile.
I decided I could, and would, do better, so, after reading through reviews and class descriptions online, I chose TestMasters. After the class, I got a 169, which is in the 96th percentile.
Its not just the formal practice tests which are invaluable for the nervous test takers, and its not just the clever strategies that focus your test skills into LSAT mastery, and its not just the enormous amount of questions youre assigned a week that make every new question you come across something youve already been seen before, something youve already been tricked by, and something youve already figured out. Its the instructors.
My primary instructor, Leah Milbauer, hadnt just perfected the LSAT itself, she also knew all the ins and outs of the application process, what law schools look for, and what law school is like. She was in law school at NYU so her answers came from direct experience. In class, she was able to clearly explain all the tough LSAT questions in a way that enabled you to get other tough ones right when you encountered them. From what I can tell, TestMasters is the most selective LSAT course available. I dont think any other LSAT course has the quality of instructors that I had at TestMasters.”