Auburn LSAT Prep Course
Get world-class LSAT preparation right here in Auburn! With classes held near the Auburn University campus, the TestMasters LSAT prep course is the go-to option for AU and Tuskegee University students looking to maximize their scores. From top-notch instruction to unbeatable resources, we give you everything you need to excel on test day.
60 hours of in‑person classroom instruction
Curriculum created by Robin Singh, who has achieved a world‑record 12 perfect LSAT scores
Instructors with official LSAT scores in the 98th percentile or higher
20 full‑length, four‑section practice LSATs administered in the digital format
Detailed score reports that track your performance and record the exact time you spent on each question
24/7 personalized support from our team of LSAT experts
150 hours of HD-video course content professionally filmed in live class settings
Comprehensive written explanations for thousands of LSAT questions
Numerous drills and quizzes that test your understanding of the logic underlying the exam
Access to every official LSAT question released since 1991 (over 9500 questions in total)
Auburn LSAT Course Schedules
TestMasters LSAT Course Reviews
|Wynn Springer | Auburn University
||Before TestMasters 146
||After TestMasters 160
“After raising my score 14 points and getting myself into the top 20% of test takers, I am now looking at schools I only dreamt of attending before the course. Additionally, the money that I spent on the course will be more than made up for by the fee waivers and scholarships I have coming my way!”
|John Brinkerhoff | University of Alabama
||Before TestMasters 167
||After TestMasters 174
“Before taking TestMasters, I believed test prep courses to largely be a waste of money, particularly after hearing friends review other test prep services. However, when I witnessed several friends, all of whom were good test takers, raise their LSAT scores to Ivy-league levels through TestMasters, I decided to give it a shot. I am glad I did. I went into the test knowing what to expect and confident in the material. Because of my score increase, TestMasters has opened doors to my future that would not have been possible otherwise. Without a doubt, the course is well worth the investment.”
|Amber Ausley | University of Alabama
||Before TestMasters 149
||After TestMasters 169
“Normally I am an anxious test taker, but I knew TestMasters had equipped me with what I needed. I felt that I could really attack every section because of what I learned. I also really liked that if I was unable to make a class, I could easily access the material online.”
|Rachel Rosenberg | Emory
||Before TestMasters 163
||After TestMasters 171
“Enrolling in TestMasters was one of the best decisions I have ever made. My instructors not only explained why the correct answer should be chosen, but also why the wrong answers were incorrect, which took more effort on their part but was invaluable in terms of learning how to master the LSAT. After all the homework and the four diagnostics under test conditions, I was confident that I would be able to remain calm during the real test no matter what questions were thrown at me.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I buy my own LSAT study materials before my TestMasters class begins?
No. TestMasters provides everything you need to study for the LSAT. We license all of the LSAT questions that LSAC has made available and provide them to you in our course materials.
Can I start a TestMasters LSAT class in one location and transfer to another?
Yes! Once you enroll in a TestMasters LSAT course, you can attend any TestMasters class in any of our locations at no additional cost, as long as both classes are in preparation for the same LSAT test date.
Does TestMasters provide LSAT tutoring services?
Yes! TestMasters provides one-on-one tutoring by the hour or in 10, 25, or 80-hour packages for students who want to work individually with one of our LSAT experts.
How does TestMasters choose its LSAT instructors?
TestMasters instructors are selected not only for their high LSAT scores, but also for their ability to convey critical concepts and make learning enjoyable. They must make it through a selective audition process followed by a rigorous 80-hour training program before ever setting foot in a class.