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LSAT Test Prep
LOCATION: 501 S. College Ave., Newark, Delaware
PRICE: $995, all materials included. Financial aid or discounts may be available: Military, UD employee/student/alum.

  • Coming Fall 2023

Prepare for success on the LSAT (Law School Admission Test) with in-person LSAT Test Prep on the University of Delaware’s campus. Featuring 30 hours of classroom instruction from experienced exam preparation professionals, our intensive, easy-to-follow program uses proven techniques to simplify the LSAT and includes questions from actual LSAT exams. Developed by LSAT experts with years of experience writing LSAT exam questions and preparing students for success on the exam, our professional instructors know the LSAT and the law school application procedure. LSAT textbooks, up-to-date workbook, practice tests, online support resources and expert instruction are all included.

All American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law schools require a valid LSAT score as part of the admissions process. This course is ideal for current undergraduates, recent graduates and anyone looking to apply to law school. The LSAT is a paper-based test administered four times annually. We recommend that students take LSAT Live-Online Test Prep as close to their chosen exam date as possible.

What does the class include?

  • 30 hours of expert classroom instruction
  • Official LSAT prep materials published by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
  • Real LSAT practice questions and tests—20 tests
  • Course workbook
  • Easy-to-follow study plan
  • Instructor-monitored class forum
  • Online office hours
  • Access to prerecorded modules
  • Unlimited access to online resources through 120 days after the course ends
  • Class can be retaken within one year at a 50% discount

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Topics covered

Logical reasoning

  • Easy-to-apply strategies for solving each type of logical reasoning question
  • Logical concepts, including inferences involving conditional statements and the key tool of counterexamples
  • An overview of the most common fallacies found in logical reasoning flaw questions

Analytical reasoning

  • A taxonomy of analytical reasoning game types and tips for setting up each type of game found on the LSAT
  • Tips for quickly representing the game’s rules in shorthand and for combining these rules into powerful “super rules”
  • Tips for using answers to previous questions to quickly eliminate incorrect answer choices on subsequent questions

Reading comprehension

  • A full description of reading comprehension passage types
  • A step-by-step approach to questions that concern the passage as a whole
  • Identifying key words in the question that indicate how to use the passage to find the correct answer
  • Recognizing the correct answer after narrowing the choices down to two


  • Utilizing the process of elimination
  • Mastering time-management skills
  • Minimizing test anxiety
  • Identifying common distracters

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Course outline

Session 1

  • Introduction to the LSAT
  • Principles of argumentation
  • Find conclusion items
  • Analytical reasoning overview
  • Ordering games

Session 2

  • Ordering games
  • Statement role items
  • Argument evaluation
  • Explain/resolve items

Session 3

  • Ordering games
  • Grouping games
  • Weakener/strengthener items

Session 4

  • Grouping games
  • Flaw items

Session 5

  • Grouping games
  • Assumption items
  • Analyzing reading passages
  • Global reading comprehension items

Session 6

  • Grouping games
  • Formal logic items
  • Reading comprehension items

Session 7

  • Grouping games
  • Inference items
  • Reading comprehension review

Session 8

  • Combination games
  • Matching structure/flaw items

Session 9

  • Combination games
  • Strategy/point at issue items
  • Reading comprehension review

Session 10

  • Analytical reasoning review
  • Principle items
  • Reading comprehension review

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Financial aid available

Need-based financial aid is available for students enrolling in the ACT, SAT, GRE, LSAT or GMAT test prep programs. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, with preference given to submissions received three weeks prior to the applicable course start date. — APPLY NOW

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Course materials

Course materials will be delivered to your preferred mailing address four to five business days after you have registered. Materials cannot be delivered to a P.O. box.

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Partnering with ETC

The University of Delaware’s test prep institutes are offered in partnership with Educational Testing Consultants (ETC), a leader in higher education test preparation. Each year, ETC helps thousands of students prepare for the important pre-college standardized tests at major colleges and universities across the country. ETC provides a proven program with a record of success and highly-trained top quality instructors.

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Register for LSAT Test Prep

  • April 26-May 31 (Mondays and Wednesdays, 6-9 p.m. – NO CLASS May 29) REGISTER NOW

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