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Recommended LSAT Tutors & Courses

The below list represents tutors and courses that our clients have connected with and seen success from. We will continue to update this list as appropriate.
Important Note: Neither our advisors nor Barrier Breakers® receives financial benefit for these recommendations. All of our advisors are members of the IECA, whose Principles of Good Practice prohibit receiving commissions or other payments for enrollment in or referrals to programs or vendors. What works for some students may not work for other students. Past success with other clients does not predict future success or success with you. Please contact them at your own convenience and after doing your own research.

Online LSAT Courses

The first step in choosing the right LSAT Course is to take the LSAT Diagnostic Exam.

Based on the result of your LSAT Diagnostic Exam, you can now choose which LSAT Course is the best fit for you. Here are some of our recommended LSAT Online Courses:

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Our go-to recommendation for an online asynchronous course is usually TestMasters. (We only vouch for their online asynchronous program.) Many of our students have found tremendous success with the structure and pacing of the program, as well as their online academic support.
 

However, it is a completely asynchronous course and the materials cannot be downloaded so if you prefer a live online course or more ability to get feedback, look at the other options instead.

Testmasters is a good option if you:
 

  • Naturally are good at standardized tests (SAT/ACT/AP)

  • Scored 150+ on your diagnostic exam

  • Have strong executive functioning skills (time management, focus, motivation)

  • Want a structured course with lessons and homework and are okay with less customization

  • Are okay with recorded videos instead of live classes

LSAT Lab is a good option if you:

  • Standardized tests have historically been difficult for you and/or you have issues with timing or other executive functioning skills (time management, focus, motivation)

  • Will have accommodations for learning or processing delays

  • Want to learn the basics of the test

  • Want the option of having live classes

  • Want the option of having a weekly tutor

LSAT Lab was founded on the belief that your tools for learning shouldn’t dictate how you work—you should dictate how they work. Their mission is to personalize learning and help students achieve higher scores. Students around the world use LSAT Lab to achieve higher scores, and they have great things to say.

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Everyone is different and there is no one-size-fits-all approach. That is why we encourage you to try each of the courses for free to see what resonates with you.

Private LSAT Tutors

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Mena Pirone | Logic Games Pro

Mena is the founder of Logic Games Pro, a Harvard graduate, and a 99th percentile LSAT tutor. She specializes in logic games and logical reasoning.

She is a great option for students looking for affordable hourly or package options.
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Jasmeen Burton-Martin

Jasmeene is a Princeton graduate and J.D. candidate at Northwestern. She is a 96th percentile LSAT tutor who specializes in reading comprehension and neurodiverse students.

She is a great option for students interested in group or 1:1 sessions at sliding scale rates.

More LSAT Resources

No matter which course you choose, we recommend supplementing it with Mindfulness for Academic Achievement.
Blueprint was kind enough to send some free resources our way for you to use! Make sure to check them out:
Check out our Mindful Prayers for Students podcast for mindfulness!
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