TestPrepGuy

WE DELIVER THE BEST LSAT PREPARATION ON THE PLANET.

2020-2021 Average Score Improvement

15.6 Points

 

Standard Pre-Law Package

LSAT Prep + Basic Admissions

$1649

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LSAT Program

Expert Instructors

As three full-time LSAT instuctors, we have dedicated our careers to unlocking our students’ potential through hard work and skills training. We do not simply study the LSAT. We study those who study the LSAT. We crafted our curriculum based on decades of experience working with LSAT students.

Learning Modules

You will learn LSAT concepts via learning modules with the most thorough, precise breakdown of LSAT concepts possible.

Open Study Time (OST)

At all stages of the program, TPG instructors are available to answer your individual questions, just one click away. You will share your work with us and we will provide corrections and feedback. During OST, you will solidify basic understandings early in the program and identify nuances and remediate deficiencies later in the program.

Practice Tests

You will take 10 scheduled practice tests using some of the most recently administered LSAT exams to guage progress and identify weaknesses.

Test Reviews

For each practice test, you will attend a post-test review to reinforce your strengths and identify and remediate weaknesses.

Speed Drills

During the Gauntlet, you will attend 13 to 16 speed drills sessions, in which live tutors will present timed LSAT questions to push you to achieve proper pacing. This adds up to approximatley 10 additional timed practice tests. Because we review the material within minutes of your timed effort, you more easily compare your responses to the optimal responses.

LSAT Study Community

You will become part of the supportive TPG online community, which benefits students via online forums for discussion of LSAT concepts and small group work with peers. We bring respect, support, and high expectations to ourselves and to each other. We compete every day, not against each other, but against our own previous best.


Basic Admissions

The online TPG Admissions Resource Center provides everything that an applicant needs to develop a high caliber law school application. Our resources, which include topical blog posts, articles and tutorials that address targeted application topics, and links to the best sources of application information available, will serve as your online comprehensive treatise on the modern application process.

Admissions Essays

The typical law school application requires applicants to write a number of essays. You will access samples to assess proper theme options and tone. You will use the TPG Writing Guide to enhance your writing skill set and to avoid the most common writing faux pas.

Letters of Recommendation Strategy

We provide guidance on choosing and handling recommenders.

Character & Fitness Strategy

Yes, you must report your criminal history on your law schools applications, even including speeding tickets for some law schools. While these past event very rarely impact an application, the way that you report these events can.

Lunchtime Q & A

Once per week from September through November, we host a 90 minutes Q & A session to answer your application questions.

Scholarship Negotiations

We will plan your law school list to maximize leverage, and once the offers arrive, we will devise a strategy to maximize your scholarship chances.

 


 

Fully Loaded Pre-Law
Package

LSAT Prep + Advanced Admissions

 

$1849

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Standard Pre-Law Package

Includes all components of the Standard Pre-Law Package


 

Advanced Admissions Package

Includes all components of the Advanced Admissions Package

 


 

Advanced Admissions
Package

Basic Admissions + Application Review

$650

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Advanced Application Review

Application Essay Review

Once you have a solid draft, we will review all application essays and addenda for message and mechanics. Our mulit-stage review process normally involves several back-and-forth review sessions.

Resumé Review

You will use the TPG resumé formatting video to ensure that you avoid the most common mistakes in formatting your resumé. We will then review your resumé for content, formatting, and organization. We will provide strategy advice and revision suggestions to showcase your experience and your professional skillset.

Basic Admissions

The online TPG Application Resource Center provides everything that an applicant needs to develop a high caliber law school application. Our resources, which include topical blog posts, articles and tutorials that address targeted application topics, and links to the best sources of application information available, will serve as your online comprehensive treatise on the modern application process.

Admissions Essays

The typical law school application requires applicants to write a number of essays. You will access samples to assess proper theme options and tone. You will use the TPG Writing Guide to enhance your writing skill set and to avoid the most common writing faux pas.

Letters of Recommendation Strategy

We provide guidance on choosing and handling recommenders. And, if you have to write your own, we have guidelines for writing such letters.

Character & Fitness Strategy

Yes, you must report your criminal history on your law schools applications, even including speeding tickets for some law schools. While these past event very rarely impact an application, the way that you report these events can.

Lunchtime Q & A

Once per week from September through November, we host a 90 minutes Q & A session to answer your application questions.

Scholarship Negotiations

We will plan your law school list to maximize leverage and once the offers arrive, we will devise a strategy to maximize your scholarship chances.

 


 

Are You Ready To Get Started?

You can start early and prepare anywhere

LSAT Preparation Program

What we do to deliver the best LSAT prep on the planet…

Phase I

Basic Training

Phase Ii

Qualification

Phase III

The Gauntlet

Phase I
Basic Training

34 Learning Modules

Cross-Section: 4 Modules

Games: 8 Modules

Arguments: 12 Modules

Reading: 8 Modules

Objectives

Declare an official LSAT test date.

Know the Testmakers: Study the testmakers’ tactics. Build foundational knowledge of basic concepts that the testmakers use repeatedly.

Learn optimal responses to Testmakers: Memorize LSAT concepts. Memorize the most effective response to each concept.

Practice responding to the testmakers’ tactics by working through real LSAT questions and reviewing explanations that detail the most efficient and effective response.

Build critical skills, including detail orientation, time management, concentration, and accountability.

Build trusting relationships with instructors and LSAT comrades. Build personal integrity, humility, and mutual respect.

 

Phase I
Basic Training

34 Learning Modules

Cross-Section: 4 Modules

Games: 8 Modules

Arguments: 12 Modules

Reading: 8 Modules

Objectives

Declare an official LSAT test date.

Know the Testmakers: Study the testmakers’ tactics. Build foundational knowledge of basic concepts that the testmakers use repeatedly.

Learn optimal responses to Testmakers: Memorize LSAT concepts. Memorize the most effective response to each concept.

Practice responding to the testmakers’ tactics by working through real LSAT questions and reviewing explanations that detail the most efficient and effective response.

Build critical skills, including detail orientation, time management, concentration, and accountability.

Build trusting relationships with instructors and LSAT comrades. Build personal integrity, humility, and mutual respect.

 

Phase II
Qualification

Tactical Skills Training

Games: 3 Sessions

Arguments: 4 Sessions

Reading: 2 Sessions

Conceptual Exit Exam

Objectives

Implement basic training concepts in mixed sets of LSAT materials.

Start to develop understandings of the nuanced ways that seemingly unrelated basic LSAT concepts interact with one another.

Build mental discipline in response to time pressure.

Isolate and hone highly specific skills via targeted drills.

Establish baseline level of understanding of basic concepts and prove understanding via an Exit Exam to ensure readiness for Phase III – The Gauntlet.

 

Phase II
Qualification

Tactical Skills Training

Games: 3 Sessions

Arguments: 4 Sessions

Reading: 2 Sessions

Conceptual Exit Exam

Objectives

Implement basic training concepts in mixed sets of LSAT materials.

Start to develop understandings of the nuanced ways that seemingly unrelated basic LSAT concepts interact with one another.

Build mental discipline in response to time pressure.

Isolate and hone highly specific skills via targeted drills.

Establish baseline level of understanding of basic concepts and prove understanding via an Exit Exam to ensure readiness for Phase III – The Gauntlet.

 

 

Phase III
The Gauntlet

Battle the Testmakers

10 Full Length Practice Tests

10 Test Reconnaissance & Planning Missions

15 days of speed drills

Targeted Workshops and Exercises

Objectives

Develop comfort with and ability to deal with time pressure via repeated exposure to time pressure.

Master the most effective and efficient responses to the testmakers’ tactics and learn to recognize those tactics in real LSAT material.

Hone nuanced knowledge and skills through repeated exposure to LSAT questions and immediate feedback from instructors.

Tackle a high volume of LSAT questions for extensive exposure to both common and rare concepts.

Constantly identify and address specific concepts or actions targeted for improvement.

Harness the ability to control one’s own emotions and actions under pressure.

Test Day Deployment

 

Phase III
The Gauntlet

Battle the Testmakers

10 Full Length Practice Tests

10 Test Reconnaissance & Planning Missions

15 days of speed drills

Targeted Workshops and Exercises

Objectives

Develop comfort with and ability to deal with time pressure via repeated exposure to time pressure.

Master the most effective and efficient responses to the testmakers’ tactics.

Hone nuanced knowledge and skills through repeated exposure to LSAT questions and immediate feedback from instructors.

Tackle a high volume of LSAT questions for extensive exposure to both common and rare concepts.

Constantly identify and address specific concepts or actions targeted for improvement.

Harness the ability to control one’s own emotions and actions under pressure.

Test Day Deployment

 

Advaced Admissions
Package

BASIC ADMISSIONS + APPLICATION REVIEW

Globally Reconized Law School Admissions Consulting

We now provide the following admissions services to even those law school applicants who do not enroll in our LSAT Program.

Application Document Review

Scholarship Negotiations & Law School List

Help with the Big Decisions

Application Document Review

Although applicants’ LSAT scores and GPAs outweigh other aspects of the law school application, outstanding personal statements and resumés can make your application stand out among those with similar numbers. The personal statement serves to showcase your writing skills and to provide a broader picture of the person behind the numbers.

We have helped hundreds of students formulate optimal personal statement themes and refine their delivery of those themes. We strive for honesty and substantive accuracy, while helping you tell your story.

Your resumé should simultaneously showcase your history and your ability to create a highly professional, error-free document.

Other Documents: We provide strategic advice and review for Criminal History Addenda, Diversity Statements, GPA Addenda, and other Optional Essays, etc.

NOTE: Please send your documents to us at least three weeks before your application deadline. Also, please DO NOT send any documents for our review within one month of an LSAT. Don’t forget that our primary duty is to earn the highest LSAT scores possible for our students.

Application Document Review

Once a student has earned the GPA and LSAT score to gain admission to target law schools, a high quality personal statement and resume can give the candidate an extra boost in the eyes of admissions personnel. We have helped hundreds of students to formulate the perfect theme and message for the personal statement. Our goal is to show the admissions personnel who you really are and how you will be an asset to the law school.We strive for honesty and substantive accuracy, while helping you tell your story.

Other Documents: We provide advice and review for Criminal History Addenda, Diversity Statements, Optional Essays, etc.

NOTE: Please send your documents to us at least three weeks before your application deadline. Also, please DO NOT send any documents for our review within one month of an LSAT. Don’t forget that our primary duty is to earn the highest LSAT scores possible for our students.

Scholarship Negotiations

Yes, you can negotiate for more scholarship money! First, download our pre-formatted spreadsheet and input your law school list. We will evaluate the list based on your goals and numbers to recommend other schools.

Once you receive significant offers, you will input the scholarship amounts into the spreadsheet so we can easily evaluate effective tuition rates and develop a scholarship negotiation strategy. Then, we will help you carefully draft that touchy letter to the admissions committee, asking for an increased scholarship offer.

Scholarship Negotiations

Yes, you can negotiate for more scholarship money! First, create a spreadsheet with the actual tuition numbers for each school to which you have been admitted, along with the scholarship offers. We want to see the actual difference in price once the scholarships are taken into account. This will allow is to discuss the plausibility of negotiating for more money. Then we’ll help you carefully draft that touchy letter to the admissions committee.

Help with The Big Decision

With decades of experience in the admissions game, we can help you decide which law school offer is best for you. Because we have helped hundreds of our students understand their big decision, we know the ways that goals sometimes evolve during the application process and even during law school. We often have very real discussions with our students about their goals, which allow us to provide context and wisdom.

Help with The Big Decision

With decades of experience in the admissions game, we can help you decide which law school offer is best for you. Call us anytime you want to talk about your big decision.

How We Prepare You!

What we do to deliver the best LSAT preparation on the planet…

100% Online - Prepare anywhere!

24/7 Access to our training platform and massive resource centers

Work live with your trusted instructors from anywhere on the planet

 

Live Instruction

Our full time LSAT specialists provide the highest level instruction available anywhere.

 

Practice Tests

10 Practice tests using some of the most recently administered LSAT exams

Speed Drills

Speed drills improve timing efficiency, decision making, and knowledge of very specific nuances to the LSAT

Supplemental Exercises

Exercises that target specific, high-level concepts and nuances of the LSAT

Open Study Time

Students join their trusted full time LSAT specialists to address specific questions and receive expert guidance.

One-on-one tutoring and small group study

Full-time LSAT specialists available – just bring your questions!

Approximately 25 hours per week for the duration of the program

Tablet View of Phase I

Take TPG for a test drive!

Sample the ways that we deliver the best pre-law training in the world!

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Basic Admissions Sample: Resumé Formatting Tutorial

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This video provides a short sample from the full length Resumé Formatting tutorial.

Fun Fact: Geaorge Cluny is a fictional character. No real people were embarrassed by their work in the making of this tutorial.

 


 

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Phase II Sample: Arguments Symbolization Workshop

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WARNING

This video provides a ten minute sample of a two hour long workshop intended for our Phase II students who demonstrate an intermediate level knowledge of LSAT concepts. The concepts in this video build upon several previous learning modules.

Don’t worry if you are unable to keep up…unless you consider yourself to possess more than a basic level of LSAT knowledge.

Fun fact: The previous statement is a “compound if-then statement.”

 


 

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Phase I Sample: Games Lesson 3

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WARNING

This video provides a thirty minute sample from a lesson intended for our Phase I students who have already completed Games Training Modules 1 and 2. The concepts in this sample build upon the knowledge from previous learning modules.

If you have zero LSAT training, then we do not expect you to know how to translate the if-then statements.

Fun fact: Amanda wrote the game in this video for the first edition of our TPG Lesson Book in 2005. Since that time, numerous games very similar to this one have appeared and continue to appear on the LSAT.

 


 

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Henali Patel
This is by far the BEST prep course offered  

This is by far the BEST prep course offered to any future law student. The first time I walked into their office I did not know what the LSAT consisted of, how long it was, or even how the scoring worked. From my diagnostic score to my official LSAT score I went up 19 points thanks to Randall and Amanda. They don't have magic powers that will instantly give you the score you want, but they will give you all the guidance you need to get your dream score. This couple gives every single student individual attention and truly invests their time into making sure that you will be successful. With that being said, you get what you put in. They have devoted their lives into helping students get into law school and will match your work ethic. Make sure to attend every class, office hour, and study group because I know for a fact there is not any other prep course that cares about the success and future of the students in their program as much as them. They will go through the material until they're absolutely sure that you've mastered it. I recommend this course to anyone interested in not only a high LSAT score, but the chance to learn the ins and out of this test. If law school is truly your dream then the first step you should take to getting closer to that goal is signing up at Test PrepGuy because they will help make that dream turn into reality.

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Score increased by 15 points  

Score increased by 15 points. Worth every penny and gallon of gas.

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Don't even think twice  

Randall is an incredible Law School Test Prep expert. We can not say enough great things about him and his staff. My son (UT student) actually had heard about the Test Prep Guy - an incredible law test prep service in Austin - which REALLY prepared these students to achieve high scores. We made an appt while we were in town and Randall graciously offered to not only meet with my son, but arranged a complimentary LSAT practice. Unfortunately my son was needing to take an LSAT prep course during a break period - which their office was closed. The thing that amazed us the most was that even though we were unable to utilize his company, Randall still advised my son, in how to prepare and study, and gave continuous advice, and always was there for him when he had questions. Randall is truly a great, caring, advisor and mentor, and highly specialized in his field. We so appreciate all the help he gave our son, and because of Randall - our son not only excelled on the LSAT, but received many offers from prestigious law schools. We would highly recommend any student considering LSAT prep to sign up with him and get a spot, while spaces available. Don't even think twice.

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Great people, great program. Time and time again take people who wouldn't even be attending law school and turn them into students attending top tier law schools across the country. 10/10

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