2017 Class Fee & Cost of Materials

Cost of Materials: Approx. $120-$150
(Materials Published by the Law School Admission Council)

Why is our service less expensive than others?

 
Small Staff
We don’t have maids, secretaries, or regional managers to pay. In fact, our staff is 100% LSAT tutors. So, when you call or come into office hours for help, you will speak to one of your instructors rather than someone with little or no knowledge of the test.
 
High Quality Materials at a Low Cost
We spent the last decade creating and perfecting our own lesson materials for use in the early stages of the program. These materials are printed at a local print shop and bound on site. For the later parts of the program, we use only real LSAT questions published by the Law School Admission Council (the makers of the LSAT). These materials are available through traditional book vendors at a very reasonable cost. This allows us to avoid royalty payments while providing the highest quality and most realistic LSAT materials for our students.
 
Modest Facilities
Cost was a main factor taken into consideration when we chose our office space and furnishings. You will not find swanky offices here, but you will find the tables with dry erase surfaces that we designed and built ourselves. 
 
Advertising Budget: $0
Nearly 100% of our students are referred to us by their friends who had success in our program or know someone who did. That allows us to run our business with no advertising expenses, and we pass that savings on to our students. 

Contact Us

At Test Prep Guy, we provide a level of personal attention to our students that is unmatched by any other company or tutor at any price. Our program includes virtually unlimited one-on-one tutoring as well as admissions consulting at no extra charge. From the day our students begin LSAT preparation to the day they begin law school, each student has our expert guidance every step of the way.

Phone

(512)751-0314

Address

3801 S. Congress Suite 108
Austin, TX 78704

Randall Hansen

JD, MPP,
LSAT Instructor since 1997
Founded Test Prep Guy in 2002
Randall@TestPrepGuy.com

Amanda Ross

LSAT Instructor since 2005
Amanda@TestPrepGuy.com