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LSAT Prep Course Options in Lafayette

Undergraduates at ULL and residents of Lafayette have two great options for LSAT prep. TestMasters holds live LSAT courses in Baton Rouge and also offers an online version of the course taught by Robin Singh, the world-record holder for perfect LSAT scores. Join the hundreds of thousands of students who have achieved amazing score increases with TestMasters!

45 hours of in‑class instruction
Curriculum created by Robin Singh, who has achieved a world‑record 12 perfect LSAT scores
Instructors who have achieved an official LSAT score in the 98th percentile or above
Numerous drills and quizzes to help you hone your skills
20 full‑length, four‑section practice LSATs administered in the digital format
Thousands of pages of written explanatory content
150 hours of high‑definition instructional videos professionally filmed in live classroom settings
Extensive score reports that track your performance and timing
24/7 academic support from our team of expert instructors
Every official LSAT question released by LSAC since 1991 (nearly 10,000 questions)

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 ()

Other LSAT Course Options

Classroom
Our classroom LSAT course is offered in Baton Rouge and other select locations across the country. You can find the upcoming class schedules in your area here.
Self–Paced Online
Our self–paced online LSAT course, which is taught by the world-record holder for perfect LSAT scores, is ideal for those who prefer to study on their own schedule.

TestMasters LSAT Course Reviews

Jeffrey Huberman | Tulane University Before TestMasters 157 After TestMasters 174

“I wholeheartedly recommend TestMasters to anyone planning on taking the LSAT. The lessons are completely comprehensive—every aspect of the test is broken down and explained, allowing students to master every section. From my first diagnostic to the actual test I could see progress at every checkpoint. The teachers are excellent, willing to work with every student and answer any question they might have. I am 100% confident that I would not have done as well on the LSAT without TestMasters’ help, and the course is absolutely worth it. Thank you TestMasters!”

Courtney Weisman | University of Florida Before TestMasters 148 After TestMasters 170

“Taking the TestMasters class was one of the best decisions I ever made. I took my first diagnostic having never seen an LSAT question before, and I got an appalling 148. Despite my discouragement, I attended the first TestMasters class. I knew immediately this class would be helpful. My teacher was personable, intelligent, and really cared about the well-being of his students. The methods TestMasters teaches actually work, and they prepare you for every question you could potentially see on test day. I walked into the October LSAT extremely confident in what TestMasters had taught me, and I got a 170! Twenty-two points in three months! I couldn’t have done it without my instructor or the methods TestMasters taught me!”

Hilary Flint | Vanderbilt University Before TestMasters 158 After TestMasters 165

“Before I knew about TestMasters, I enrolled in another LSAT prep course and was quickly let down by its quality. With TestMasters, my instructor was able to answer every single question so as to leave no room for confusion. Additionally, the formal logic was taught in such an effective and interesting way, that not only did I enjoy the classes, but it changed the way I reason through everyday problems. I am so thankful a friend told me about TestMasters and I will continue to recommend them to everyone I know.”

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!”

Frequently Asked Questions

Can TestMasters help me with my law school applications?

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.

Should I buy my own LSAT study materials before my TestMasters class begins?

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.

Does TestMasters offer one-on-one LSAT tutoring?

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 select and train 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.