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Before TestMasters: 150

After TestMasters: 166

“When I started ‘shopping’ for an LSAT prep course, I initially thought that I would sign up for Kaplan. The only reason for that was the fact that Kaplan has flooded every website and undergraduate school with advertisements and every bookstore with Kaplan books. So Kaplan was practically the only company that I had heard of before I started doing some research.

However, once I did some internet research and talked to other students, the dissatisfaction that people had experienced after taking courses offered by Kaplan became evident. In the meantime, everyone I talked to recommended that I take a TestMasters course. I did, and I could not have been happier with my choice.

The TestMasters course that I took was well structured with effective in-class instruction and in-depth homework assignments. The proctored diagnostic tests (both the ones included in the course package and the ones administrated as extra tests) were also invaluable since they helped me become comfortable with the LSAT by imitating the real test conditions as closely as possible. In addition, there were many extra workshops that were taught by Robin Singh, which I found to be extremely helpful. Robin, in fact, was very approachable and helpful, and it was obvious that he personally cared about each and every student enrolled not only in the section that he was teaching but also every other TestMasters course section.

Another point that is worth mentioning is the fact that TestMasters instructors are the best. They have all scored in the 99th or 98th percentiles on real LSAT administrations and are highly qualified to teach. My teacher, with his caring personality and many years of teaching experience, was proof of the statement that TestMasters has the best instructors.

Therefore, I would highly recommend TestMasters to everyone; TestMasters is the way to go if you want to get a high LSAT score and in the meantime enjoy the process of studying for the LSAT.”