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Robin Singh

About Robin Singh

Robin Singh, the founder and CEO of TestMasters, is the world’s leading LSAT preparation expert. He has achieved the most perfect LSAT scores in history and has personally taught over 10,000 students in live class settings.

Born and raised in Tallahassee, Robin comes from a family of educators. His father has a doctorate in History and was a professor at Florida State University for 42 years. His mother, who has a doctorate in Classics, taught Latin at Florida High School for 29 years.

While attending Duke University, Robin studied for the LSAT by obtaining old exams released by the Law School Admission Council. He worked carefully through each one to identify and learn from his mistakes. Through this process, Robin realized that the LSAT was a skills-based test and invented the techniques that enabled him to achieve a perfect score on the December 1988 LSAT.

These test-taking methods ultimately formed the basis of the TestMasters LSAT course, which Robin launched in Los Angeles in 1991. The course’s in-depth, comprehensive approach differed radically from everything else on the market, and the impressive score increases attained by students made TestMasters a sensation in the LSAT prep industry.

Fueled by positive word of mouth, TestMasters quickly became the most popular LSAT program in California, and by 2004 the company was holding classes in all 50 states. Since its inception, TestMasters has enrolled hundreds of thousands of students in its LSAT courses.

Robin remains passionately involved in every aspect of the company. In addition to serving as CEO, he oversees the hiring and training of all LSAT instructors and works continually with his R&D department to create new content. The live classes Robin teaches are professionally filmed so that all of our students can benefit from them.

LSAT Perfection

TestMasters course creator Robin Singh has a world-record twelve perfect LSAT scores.

Date Score % Rank Score Report
October 2003 180 99
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December 2001 180 99
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June 2001 178 99
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December 2000 180 99
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December 1999 180 99
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June 1999 179 99
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September 1998 180 99
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February 1997 180 99
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December 1996 180 99
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October 1996 179 99
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June 1996 174 99
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December 1995 180 99
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September 1995 180 99
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Date Score % Rank Score Report
June 1995 173 99
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February 1995 178 99
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October 1994 180 99
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June 1994 178 99
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February 1994 173 99
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December 1993 177 99
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December 1992 180 99
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October 1992 176 99
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June 1992 177 99
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February 1992 178 99
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December 1991 173 99
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December 1988 48 99
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The table above is a complete record of Robin’s scores on official LSAT administrations. All of these tests were scored on the current scale of 120 to 180, with the exception of the December 1988 exam, which was scored on the old scale of 10 to 48.