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LSAT Prep Options in Columbia, MO

Taught by the world-record holder for perfect LSAT scores, our online LSAT prep course is the perfect option for undergrads at Mizzou as well as for those living and working in Columbia. If you’re serious about crushing the LSAT, join the hundreds of thousands of students who have achieved amazing score increases with TestMasters!

The TestMasters Online LSAT Course

The best LSAT preparation used to be available only in select locations, but with our online course it’s now available everywhere! From expert instruction to comprehensive resources to 24/7 academic support, TestMasters provides a level of individualized guidance that no competitor’s course—live or online—can match.

160 hours of instruction (60 in-person and 100 online)
Curriculum created by Robin Singh, who has a world-record 12 perfect LSAT scores
Professionally filmed HD video explanations
20 full-length, five-section practice LSAT exams
Instructors who have scored in the 98th percentile or higher on an official LSAT
24/7 academic support from our expert instructors
Over 9000 real LSAT questions (every question released since 1991)
Customized feedback on practice exams and homework
Online drills and quizzes to help you hone your skills
Starting in the spring of 2019, all practice exams will be available in the new digital format!
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TestMasters LSAT Course Reviews

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.”

Danielle Barondess | James Madison University Before TestMasters 161 After TestMasters 173

“Having never performed well on standardized tests in the past, I knew I needed to seek help from experienced and knowledgeable professionals in order to perform my best on the LSAT. After the big-name, mainstream course I had signed up for was cancelled, I signed up for TestMasters on a whim, and thank goodness I did! Due to other commitments, I went with the online program, allowing me to work at my own pace. I was excited and encouraged after scoring a 161 on my first diagnostic. I focused all my time and energy for the next month on learning the best techniques for tackling all different question types. TestMasters allows its students to truly get to know the LSAT through online webinars and extensive lessons and homework materials. By the time test day rolled around, I had been taking daily diagnostics and felt confident and excited to prove myself through the skills that TestMasters taught me. I ended up scoring a 173 and received close to a full tuition scholarship at my dream school, which four months ago seemed unattainable. The climb through the 160’s wasn’t easy, but TestMasters made it possible. Thank you TestMasters!”

Craig Kiernan | Coastal Carolina University Before TestMasters 147 After TestMasters 164

“After months of searching for the right LSAT course, I decided to go with TestMasters. Making that choice was one of the greatest decisions I’ve ever made. The online course is broken down into perfectly organized sections allowing you to master each type of question before moving on to the next. What I liked most about the course was that there was basically an unlimited amount of work to do, so whether you’re studying a limited amount of hours per week or 50 hours per week, there is a plan that can work for you. TestMasters helped relieve a lot of stress for me and prepared me to the maximum level.”

Sophie Breene | Hamilton College Before TestMasters 158 After TestMasters 167

“I signed up for the online version of the TestMasters course. When I walked into the testing room a little over two months later, I felt confident that I would be familiar with the types of questions asked and my ability to answer them. If you’re willing to work hard and have the discipline to stay on top of the homework and practice tests, the online course is a great option for gaining confidence and skill for the LSAT.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Are the TestMasters online LSAT classes scheduled at fixed times?

No! Students in our online LSAT course can access our lessons and other course materials at whatever times are most convenient for them. The online course uses the same curriculum as our live courses but allows students to progress through the material on their own timeframe.

Does TestMasters offer law school admissions consulting?

Yes! Our admissions consultants are happy to help with any stage of the application process, whether it's guiding you through the process from start to finish or just putting the finishing touches on your personal statement to make sure it's memorable and engaging.

Does TestMasters offer private LSAT tutoring online?

Yes, TestMasters does provide online tutoring services! Sessions can be purchased by the hour or in 10, 25, or 80-hour packages and will be conducted by one of our LSAT experts via video conference.

Should I buy my own LSAT study materials before my TestMasters online course 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 in 1991.