LSAT test prep

Prepare for the LSAT on your schedule with our expert instructors.


LSAT prep the AJ way!

Flexible One-on-One LSAT Prep

We know you’re busy. Let us help you so that your LSAT prep fits into your life, and not the other way around.


Experienced Instructors

We understand the ins and outs of the LSAT. Our tutors are masters of the test and know the roadblocks to success. Logic games, anyone?


Customized Tutoring

We adapt to your specific strengths and weaknesses. Not everyone struggles with the same questions. We’ll quickly identify your problem areas and teach you the best strategies to overcome them.

Our LSAT prep program

Targeted and effective prep for the big test.



We meet with LSAT students for eight, nine, or ten weekly sessions, each lasting 90 minutes. As homework, we assign students a mix of full-length practice tests and 90-minute assignments.

Course Content

The program covers test-taking skills and LSAT content, including reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, logic games, and essay writing, as well as time-management strategies.


We develop our own materials, which we update each year, that reflect the current content and best strategies for the LSAT. We’ll track your improvement on actual LSAT practice tests.

Learn more about the LSAT.

How is the LSAT scored?

The LSAT is scored on a scale of 120 to 180. There is no deduction for incorrect answers. The average LSAT score is around 150.

What's the structure of the LSAT?

The LSAT has five 35-minute multiple-choice sections, four of which will contribute to your score: one Reading Comprehension section, one Analytical Reasoning section, and two Logical Reasoning sections. There will also be an experimental section which won’t count toward your score.

There will also be a 35-minute writing sample at the end of your test, which is not scored but will be sent to law schools as part of your application.

What is a good score on the LSAT?

While the average LSAT score is around 150, many top law schools look for scores above 160. The most prestigious schools generally require scores in the 170s. A “good” LSAT score is one that is within the target range for the law schools to which you’re applying.

When can I take the LSAT?

The LSAT is offered four times per year, typically in February, June, September/October, and December. Many law schools require that you take the LSAT by December for admission the following fall. You can find the complete list of LSAT test dates on the LSAC’s website.

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