LSAT Prep Course Options in Everett
For aspiring lawyers in the Everett area who want an edge on the competition, TestMasters has two great LSAT prep options. We hold live LSAT courses in Seattle and also offer an online version of the course taught by Robin Singh, the world-record holder for perfect LSAT scores. If you’re committed to scoring high on the LSAT, TestMasters is the way to go!
160 hours of HD video instruction professionally filmed in a live class setting
Over 9000 authentic LSAT questions (every question released since 1991)
20 full-length, five-section practice LSATs
Thousands of written and video explanations
Instructors who have scored in the 98th percentile or higher on an official LSAT
24/7 academic support from our team of expert
Curriculum designed by Robin Singh, the world-record holder for perfect LSAT scores
Personalized feedback on homework and practice exams
Online drills to help you master key concepts
All practice LSATs are in a digital format that mirrors the new test exactly!Learn More
Seattle LSAT Course Schedules
Online LSAT Course Schedules
|October 28, 2019
|November 25, 2019
|January 13, 2020
||Now early start!
|February 22, 2020
||October 23, 2019 early start!
|March 30, 2020
||December 4, 2019 early start!
|April 25, 2020
||January 3, 2020 early start!
TestMasters LSAT Course Reviews
|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.”
|Peter Drake | Whitman College
||Before TestMasters 153
||After TestMasters 171
“When I walked in to take the LSAT on test day, I had taken ten full-length, real LSATs and done over a thousand individual practice problems. I wasnt nervous, because I was already so familiar with the whole experience. When people asked me how I thought I had done, I told them that it felt just like a practice test. TestMasters has ALL the tools you need to succeed. Instead of offering you tricks to steal a couple of points here and there, they put thousands of real LSAT problems at your disposal, teach you the strategy behind each one, and encourage you to study. Because of TestMasters, I only had to take the LSAT once.”
|Hunter Jeffers | University of Washington
||Before TestMasters 154
||After TestMasters 170
“If you are serious about maximizing your LSAT score, TestMasters is by far your best option. First off, their research into the test is unmatched among competitors, and this is proven by the material provided in class. Secondly, like a good coach, they push you to practice and prepare endlessly. You will NEVER run out of TestMasters material to prepare with. However, similar to any course, the instructor is perhaps the most critical. My instructor had an exceptional ability to explain problems logically while connecting to students on a personal basis. There is a reason why I have recommended TestMasters to multiple law school applicants and every single one of them has thanked me profusely afterwards. TestMasters is truly the premier option for LSAT preparation.”
|Bryan Redfern | UC Berkeley
||Before TestMasters 157
||After TestMasters 170
“Having always been skeptical of test prep companies, I decided to start preparing for the LSAT on my own. After a few weeks of haphazardly working through sample questions, I realized I was making little progress. Hesitantly, I followed a friend’s recommendation and signed up for TestMasters. Within fifteen minutes of the first lesson I knew I had made the right decision. TestMasters does not rely on tricks or shortcuts; instead the class is structured around increasing your understanding of the concepts that underlie the questions. The LSAT is a skills-based test, and TestMasters teaches you what skills are tested, how to identify what’s being tested, and how to use your skills to get the correct answer. As your understanding of the LSAT increases, so does your score. My instructor was excellent. Not only did he have an incredible understanding of the material, he was also a great teacher who was able to effectively convey information in an understandable way. In addition, his enthusiasm for the test made class exciting and studying enjoyable. With TestMasters you have access to resources you would not have otherwise. Although the course requires an extreme amount of work and dedication, if you put in the effort you will walk in on test day knowing that you are as prepared as you could possibly be.”
Frequently Asked Questions
How are TestMasters LSAT instructors selected?
After a rigorous screening and audition process, TestMasters trains its instructors for a minimum of 80 hours to ensure that they are not only LSAT experts but also experts at helping others succeed.
Does TestMasters offer law school admissions consulting?
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.
Does TestMasters offer private LSAT tutoring?
Yes! For students who want assistance outside of class, TestMasters offers one-on-one tutoring by the hour or in 10, 25 or 80-hour packages.
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.