LSAT Prep Options in Richmond, KY
Taught by the world-record holder for perfect LSAT scores, the TestMasters online LSAT prep course is the perfect option for Eastern Kentucky undergrads and residents of Richmond alike. With proven methodology and an unparalleled track record of success, TestMasters will help you achieve the amazing score you’re looking for!
The TestMasters Online LSAT Course
In the past, high-end LSAT preparation was only available in certain cities, but with our online course it’s now available everywhere! TestMasters students receive personalized assistance from our team of more than 100 LSAT instructors and have access to a wealth of study materials that are virtually endless.
TestMasters LSAT Course Reviews
|Teddy Webb | University of Oklahoma||Before TestMasters 152||After TestMasters 161|
“When I began studying for the LSAT I was scoring in the low 150s. I was not feeling confident at all until I began the TestMasters online course. The videos and amount of homework provided were essential for me making the jump to a 161 on the day of the real test. That day I was as nervous as anyone else, except that I knew I had developed the proven logic skills taught by Robin. He took this seemingly incomprehensible test and showed me how applicable it actually is to law school. I recommend the TestMasters program to anyone who is serious about getting their absolute best LSAT score. The investment I made in TestMasters saved me thousands of dollars in tuition as I have already been offered generous scholarships from my top law school choices.”
|James Deal | Duke||Before TestMasters 159||After TestMasters 171|
“There is no exaggeration in the name TestMasters. It is the best way to prepare for the LSAT—not only for the purpose of scoring well, but also for learning how to think rationally. Robin Singh has created a comprehensive program of study, and I was fortunate to have full access to it online. I also had a great instructor who paid close attention to my progress and answered every question I had. Overall, I could not be happier with the results. I recommend TestMasters to anyone who, like me, opened that first practice test and became utterly daunted. I also recommend it to anyone who, quite unlike me, initially feels comfortable with the material but wants to get an incredible score.”
|Erin Cusenbary | Trinity University||Before TestMasters 154||After TestMasters 164|
“I chose to enroll in the online course, since I was trying to balance studying for the LSAT with finals, a job, and being captain of my sports team. The flexibility of the online course was perfect for me, and I didnt feel like the quality of the instruction I received was being sacrificed because I wasnt being tutored in a classroom. The sheer amount of test material would have been helpful by itself, but the way the TestMasters system outlines different types of questions and provides explanations for the questions in every chapter helped me understand the LSAT better than I ever thought I could. I loved being able to control the pace of the course and focus on the specific types of questions that I felt required more time to fully understand. The TestMasters course helped me feel prepared and in control on my test date, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to improve their LSAT score.”
|Aryeh Mellman | WUSTL||Before TestMasters 158||After TestMasters 171|
“TestMasters ensured that I faced no surprises on test day. The course contains a multitude of practice tests, which are helpful for practice, and for simulating the conditions of such a lengthy test, which it is helpful to be mentally prepared for. The videos in the online course were helpful in that they allowed me to go at my own pace, and also return to concepts that I found difficult to grasp the first time. Watching each video three or four times helped me get a firm grasp on each concept before then applying it myself. By understanding the approach to take for each question type, and practicing, practicing, practicing, I (with the help of TestMasters) improved from a 158 on my first diagnostic test to a 171 on the actual LSAT.”