The Law School Admission Council ("LSAC") is the organization that administers the Law School Admissions Test ("LSAT") and facilitates the application process for most accredited law schools.
- Free LSAT Resources;
- Law School Forums;
- Diversity Initiatives;
- Credential Assembly Service ("CAS");
- Candidate Referral Service ("CRS")
The LSAC does not charge a fee to create an account, however, it does charge fees as part of the application process, but you may be eligible for fee waivers.
Princeton Review offers both synchonous and self-paced online programs.
Generally recommended for students seeking highly competitive scores (165+ on scale of 120-180).
Content: Offers a condensed program: 2.5 months. 150+ hours of content, 8000+ practice questions
Pricing: $799 - $1699