Familiarize yourself with the LSAT by taking the June 2007 LSAT. This is the actual LSAT that was administered by LSAC in June 2007—including all four scored sections of the exam. Unlike other courses, LSATMax only uses real questions because it is an essential key in improving your LSAT score. By studying exclusively with real LSAT questions, you condition your mind to be better prepared for the difficulty and complexity of the real exam.
Better your understanding of the techniques and skills required on the LSAT by watching whiteboard video explanations of every Logical Reasoning and Logic Games question from the June 2007 LSAT. Our world-class instructors go over the exam section-by-section and discuss the strategies used on each and every question. These whiteboard videos will help instill the correct way to review and analyze your practice LSATs.
The Road to 180 is the ultimate LSAT guide to LSAT Prep. This eBook will review “Commonly Asked Questions” as well as “Should Ask Questions,” in an effort to help students navigate the law school admissions process more effectively.
Law School Top 100 is a free iOS app that has been redesigned and re-launched by the founders of TestMax and The Law School 100. The newest version of Law School Top 100 provides prospective law students with an alternative to more traditional rankings, such as those published by U.S. News & World Report.
The TestMax Exam Proctor App acts as your LSAT test proctor. It gives students the ability to simulate an authentic exam room experience, by telling you when to start/finish each section and when to take your break. It even offers the option of having background noise.
Need help on Logic Games? Improve your diagramming and deduction-finding skills by watching our instructors diagram and explain the setups for various Logic Games. These whiteboard videos explain how to set up the games, diagram the rules, and identify the deductions.
Start your day off right with our Daily Drills—every weekday our instructors create new drills, which test different skills required on the LSAT. These drills are posted on our Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter pages. Keeping up with these drills is a great way to stay on top of five key LSAT skills.