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LSAT Prep Options in Beaverton

Taught by the world-record holder for perfect LSAT scores, the TestMasters online LSAT prep course is the perfect option for Portland State University undergrads and residents of Beaverton. 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 courses 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 can match.

Highly effective methods, strategies, and techniques
Curriculum developed by Robin Singh, who has achieved a world-record 12 perfect LSAT scores
Instructors with official LSAT scores in the 98th percentile or above
Drills and quizzes that test your understanding of the LSAT
20 digital practice LSATs administered as full-length exams (three scored sections and one unscored section)
24/7 academic support from our team of expert instructors
Score reports that break down your performance and record the exact time you spent on each question
150 hours of instructional videos professionally filmed in live classroom settings
Thousands of pages of written explanations
Access to every official LSAT question released by LSAC since 1991 (nearly 10,000 questions)
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TestMasters LSAT Course Reviews

Libby Whittemore | University of Oregon Before TestMasters 148 After TestMasters 166

“TestMasters buys the rights to all previous LSAT questions and uses those in class and on the homework to teach students what they can really expect to see on the LSAT. By the end of the class, we had seen every logic game question in existence, and spent between 8 and 12 hours a week with an instructor. If I can give future LSAT takers a piece of advice, it’s to remain calm, trust that you will learn the material, and take TestMasters over other courses because it’s more than worth the money and the time you put into it.”

Lauren Hudson | University of Washington Before TestMasters 158 After TestMasters 170

“I highly recommend the TestMasters course. I significantly improved my score, which not only makes me a more competitive candidate for schools, but also increases the chance that I can get scholarships that will more than compensate for the cost of the course. I think the course is super helpful because it gives you access to every LSAT question ever asked and it teaches you effective strategies to attack each type of question you might see on the test. In fact, there was so much practice work that I was only able to do about half of it, and I still saw a huge improvement on my practice tests. The best thing about the course was that it made studying for the LSAT really enjoyable.”

Collin Dyer | Reed College Before TestMasters 161 After TestMasters 172

“Before signing up for the course, I asked a number of friends in law school whether an LSAT prep course was worth the investment (as compared to independent study), and if so which one. I chose to take the TestMasters course rather than study independently, and I am glad that I did for a number of reasons. First, the course required that I study much more that I would have on my own; essentially it offered a sort of imposed discipline. Second there were more actual LSAT questions available through TestMasters than I could have ever found on my own. Third, the course materials went way beyond practice problems. I learned what types of problems I would be more or less likely to face on test day, and strategies for dealing with the different types of questions. Finally, my TestMasters instructor offered several pieces of ‘last-minute’ advice to the class in the week immediately before the test that, although not intuitive, proved very effective at keeping me calm, well-rested, and confident in the days and hours leading up to the actual LSAT.”

Aaron Stark | University of Oregon Before TestMasters 141 After TestMasters 155

“Just last week, after months of studying for the LSAT and writing my applications, I was accepted to law school. An amazing accomplishment that I believe would not have been anywhere close to possible without the support of TestMasters. They were patient, experienced, and comforting. They believed in me and taught me what I needed to know and in a way that made the whole process seem less intimidating. When I received my score I was ecstatic, to say the least. Honestly, I didn’t know I had it in me—but TestMasters did.”

Frequently Asked Questions

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

Does TestMasters offer private LSAT tutoring online?

Yes! Students who want to work with a TestMasters LSAT instructor from the comfort of their own home can take advantage of our online tutoring options. One-on-one tutoring sessions can be purchased by the hour or in 10, 25, or 80-hour packages.

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 TestMasters assist me with the law school application process?

Yes! Our admissions consulting services will provide you with personalized assistance on any part of your application. All of our consultants have been admitted to T14 law schools and are experts on the law school admissions process.