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LSAT Prep Options in Santa Cruz


For UC Santa Cruz undergrads who are committed to succeeding on the LSAT, the TestMasters live online LSAT course is the only choice. With proven methodology and an unmatched record of success, TestMasters will help you achieve the incredible score you’re looking for!

45 hours of live online instruction
Course content developed by Robin Singh, the world-record holder for perfect LSAT scores
Classes taught by top instructors with at least five years of TestMasters LSAT teaching experience
20 full-length, four-section practice LSATs given in the digital format
Score reports that provide you with a detailed breakdown of your performance and timing
Written explanations for thousands of LSAT questions
150 hours of video instruction professionally filmed in live class settings
Drills and quizzes that help you develop the skills you'll need to succeed on test day
24/7 personalized assistance from our network of LSAT experts
Over 9500 authentic LSAT questions (every question LSAC has released since 1991)

Live Online Course Schedules

Early Winter Course (W)
April 14-15, 2023 LSAT
Instructor:
Dorothy Moneymaker
  • Over 20 years of TestMasters teaching experience
  • Has taught the TestMasters course 151 times
  • Has instructed over 5000 TestMasters students in California
  • Trains new LSAT instructors
  • Scored a 175 on an officially administered LSAT
Classes:
Wednesdays
 
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Start Date:
December 7, 2022
Mid-Winter Course (Tu)
April 14-15, 2023 LSAT
Instructor:
Rachel Sheffield
  • 19 years of TestMasters teaching experience
  • Has taught the TestMasters course 83 times
  • Director of TestMasters Academic Support
  • Trains new LSAT instructors
  • Member of our Research & Development team
  • Scored a 177 on an officially administered LSAT
Classes:
Tuesdays
 
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Start Date:
January 3, 2023
Mid-Winter Course (Su)
April 14-15, 2023 LSAT
Instructor:
Anthony Meni
  • 15 years of TestMasters teaching experience
  • Has taught the TestMasters course 78 times
  • Has instructed over 2000 TestMasters students in DC, Maryland, and Virginia
  • Scored a 172 on an officially administered LSAT
Classes:
Sundays*
 
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Start Date:
January 8, 2023
*two Thursdays ()

Self-Paced Online LSAT Course

The TestMasters self-paced online LSAT course is ideal for those who prefer to study on their own schedule. Our immersive video lessons give you the chance to learn directly from Robin Singh, the world-record holder for perfect LSAT scores. You'll also have on-demand access to all of our comprehensive resourcesincluding thousands of video and written explanations, numerous drills and quizzes, and 24/7 academic support.

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TestMasters LSAT Course Reviews

Ryan Shaening | UC Santa Cruz Before TestMasters 152 After TestMasters 167

“TestMasters gave me the structure and specific techniques that I needed to boost my LSAT score. I feel that the small class and intimate atmosphere that was provided by TestMasters gave me with the opportunity to address any and every concern that I had. My teacher was always available and provided me with the personal touch that I needed. I would highly suggest TestMasters for anyone that needs some structure to guide their studying and for those that just need a place to get started.”

Tony LoPresti | UC Santa Cruz Before TestMasters 154 After TestMasters 167

“I wanted to take a moment to express my appreciation for the TestMasters LSAT prep course. When I signed up for the course, I was expecting a boring review of logic and a few tricks that would help me navigate the “test with teeth”. I was shocked when the course turned out to be engaging, dynamic, and truly effective. My teacher Ronnie Gosselin was particularly wonderful. She approached the class with a great sense of humor that kept everyone laughing, and at the same time was able to communicate the techniques that helped us improve. There was never any sense of condescension from the teacher, or competition from my classmates. Our teacher supported each person in meeting their goals, and everyone seemed to cheer for each other.

I saw my test scores steadily improve throughout the course, and by the time I arrived to take the test, I felt prepared and confident that I would succeed. I far surpassed my original target score. I went from hoping to get into a top 100 school to having a very good shot of getting into a top 10 school. That’s an incredible transformation in my prospects, and I can say that TestMasters played an absolutely indispensable role in making that happen.”

Priscilla Szeto | UC Santa Cruz Before TestMasters 140 After TestMasters 158

“By lesson one, I knew I was in the right LSAT prep course. The way Doug Lawrence went into specifics of the different question types made it clear that I was in the hands of someone incredibly capable. The comfort in having a personable and engaging instructor guide you through this exhaustive process is well worth the commitment.

The diagnostics were exactly what I needed: training in endurance and handling the pressures of test day. My first diagnostic felt like four hours of eating gravel. I would make it sound much more poetic, but then I wouldn’t be doing the experience of blindly walking into the LSAT justice.

Aside from the classroom experience, TestMasters normalizes the process and takes the shock out of the LSAT. By test day, I already knew the drill. I walked into the classroom as though I was just stepping into another diagnostic. I wish I could visually show you my 18-point increase like a weight-loss ad, but since I can’t, I leave you with my words of wisdom: Take TestMasters.”

Scott Chu | UC Santa Cruz Before TestMasters 151 After TestMasters 161

“TestMasters was pivotal to my success in the law school admissions process. My outstanding instructor Rich Slaton helped me make the transition from knowing absolutely nothing about the LSAT to fully comprehending the approach for crushing the exam. The course was ingeniously structured and well organized, providing me with a well rounded understanding and strong grasp of how to prepare for the actual test. I feel very fortunate to have had an instructor who gave a 110% effort toward eliminating my weaknesses, and I am proud to say that I scored a perfect 23/23 on logic games, which used to be my Achilles’ heel. I have already been admitted to both of my top choice law schools, UC-Davis and UC-Hastings, and these fantastic results are what make me confident in recommending TestMasters to aspiring law students. Undoubtedly, TestMasters is the test prep service to turn to if one truly desires to make the leap to a top-tier law school. I truly thank my instructor Rich and the course’s designer Robin Singh for providing me with the tools to access my dream career.”

Frequently Asked Questions

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.

Can TestMasters assist me with the law school application process?

Yes, we offer admissions consulting! Whether you're at the beginning of the application process or looking for help polishing your personal statement, our admissions consultants can provide the guidance you need to make your application stand out.

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 100-hour training program before ever setting foot in a class.

Do I need to buy LSAT prep materials before I take the TestMasters class?

No. As an official LSAC licensee, TestMasters provides you with every LSAT question that has been released since the advent of the 120–180 scoring scale.