WHAT YOU GET

COMPREHENSIVE, LIVE LSAT COURSE, INCLUDING PROCTORED PRACTICE EXAMS

INSTRUCTION FROM A HIGH QUALIFIED, HIGH SCORING TEACHER

OVER 200 PAGES OF LSAT PREP MATERIALS, INCLUDING OFFICIAL LSAT QUESTIONS

ADDITIONAL 18 HOURS OF ON DEMAND VIDEOS, RECORDINGS OF ANY MISSED SESSIONS, AND MUCH MORE...

 

COST

The cost of the LSAT course ranges from about $225 to $365, depending on the location and whether the student qualifies for financial aid.

Adult Students
 

LSAT COURSE SCHEDULES

Class sizes are limited. Be sure to apply ASAP.

Live Online LSAT

Tuesdays 4-7pm Pacific (5-8pm Mountain; 6-9pm Central; 7-10pm EST)

6/28, 7/5, 7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2

 

Proctored (practice) exams:

Sat. 7/9 10-1pm Pacific, Sat. 7/23 10-1pm Pacific, Sat. 8/6 10-2pm Pacific

(makeup exams available)

Live Online LSAT

Wednesdays 6-9pm Pacific (7-10pm Mountain)

6/29, 7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27, 8/3

 

Proctored (practice) exams:

Sat. 7/9 10-1pm Pacific, Sat. 7/23 10-1pm Pacific, Sat. 8/6 10-2pm Pacific

(makeup exams available)

Live Online LSAT 

Wednesdays 4-7pm Pacific (5-8pm Mountain; 6-9pm Central; 7-10pm EST)

8/17, 8/24, 8/31, 9/7, 9/14, 9/21

 

Proctored (practice) exams:

Sat. 8/20 10-1pm Pacific, Sat. 9/3 10-1pm Pacific, Sat. 9/24 10-1pm Pacific

(makeup exams available)

Fall 2022 Schedules Coming Soon!

 
Try Our Course with No Obligations

 

If you are admitted, you are welcome to try out our course by having until before midnight on the day of the first class session to receive a full refund for any reason.

WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY

“Before this class, I had told myself I was going to study for the LSAT on my own time, with my own materials. When a few months went by, and I hadn't even opened the book I purchased, I knew I need a little more motivation. Luckily I came across this amazing Low Cost LSAT Prep Course. Through this month long intensive course, I was able to increase my score 10 points and scored a 164. I was accepted to every school I applied to including Northwestern University.

— Kellie Nelson
ASU  1L - Full scholarship

"I just wanted to thank you for a very helpful LSAT class this fall.  I just got my score back from October 9th and got a 172!  That means I went up 12 points, which is WAAAAAAY more than I ever would have expected!  The practice tests, your personalized instruction & strategy, and the analyzing of "why I got wrong what I got wrong" were great preparation.  Thanks so much!"

— Rebecca Eisenberg

“You will never find a cheaper, better program than this one. Amazing teacher, and dedicated support staff. I raised my score, not kidding, ten points since beginning this class. Sign up as soon as you get the chance!”

— Joseph Van Deven

“I really hope you and Matt keep the LSAT classes going strong. I'm grateful that such a good class was made available to me at such a low price compared to the test-prep companies that priced me (and others like me) out of their classes. Thanks to you, I got the invitation I was hoping for and I'll be attending my first-choice law school.”

— Todd Samkara

"Campus Prep was a great, cost-effective course to help me achieve my goal LSAT score. Due to the small class size, you can receive personalized help from the instructor. In addition, the course includes proctored exams which are great to prepare you for the actual test day. Overall, Campus Prep is an affordable and great program to improve your LSAT score!"

— Danielle Mckenna UC Davis 1L

"I just wanted to let you know that your course was very helpful, and thanks to your teaching and recommendations I ended up making a 175 on the LSAT. So thanks for being a great teacher. I will recommend you to anyone that asks me."

— Kartik Raj

"I went from a 148 to a 160 and I couldn't be happier! Thank you SO much for the class. It was because of your assignments and class that I got the score that I did!!!"

— Sean Lipsey

“Of the eight schools I applied to, I was accepted to Fordham, American University Washington College of Law, Brooklyn Law, DU, and Colorado Law. I have received scholarships at varying levels from four of those schools. I wanted to share the results and thank you again for helping me improve my LSAT score.”

— Chris Laughlin

"I just wanted to write you and tell you THANK YOU!  I got a 164, and was in the 90th percentile!!  I couldn't have done it without your help and I without a doubt know that my score is definitely from taking the class."

 

— Gretchen Wilson

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT IS THE ADMISSION DECISION PROCESS FOR CAMPUS PREP?

Decisions are based on a number of factors including the year of the student and the order in which we receive applications.

DO I HAVE TO BE A CURRENT STUDENT TO TAKE YOUR CLASSES?

Generally, no. Most of our agreements with campuses do not restrict course enrollment to current students.

DO I HAVE TO BE ON FINANCIAL AID TO ENROLL IN YOUR COURSES?

No. We are open to everyone.

WHEN WILL I FIND OUT IF I’VE BEEN ACCEPTED?

The process generally takes 3-5 days for the term that is closest to starting. It can take several weeks to receive an admissions decision, when the course for which you are applying starts more than one month from the date of your application.

HOW DO I KNOW IF I QUALIFY FOR FINANCIAL AID?

This is based on the EFC score on your FAFSA report. EFC stands for Expected Family Contribution and is determined by your family's financial situation. Once you apply, and state that you will apply for aid from us, you will be asked to complete a financial aid form and to submit a screenshot of your EFC.

WHAT IS YOUR REFUND POLICY?

You may receive a full refund for any reason prior to midnight on the day of the first class lesson. You have before the second class session to transfer your enrollment to a future course (within one year). No refunds given after the first day of class.

HOW DO YOU COMPARE TO OTHER PREP COMPANIES?

Most prep companies do not publish results, and so it is unclear how prep companies compare to each other, in this respect. However, prep programs are far more alike than unalike. 

 

This is why, for example, the author of How to Get into Top Law Schools (and a Stanford Law grad), explains why he recommends exploring the full range of options “rather than opting for the default choice of one of the famous providers."

 

"First, the major companies' claims that they have ultrasophisticated materials, embodying the otherwise unknowable secrets of the exams, are spurious. The fact is that employees of each company, large and small, monitor the efforts of their competitors and readily incorporate their best ideas. Thus, courses are more alike than different.

 

Second, although the major companies can boast enormous libraries of materials on which to practice, few students utilize more than a modest fraction of these materials.

 

Third, the major companies inevitably (given the huge numbers they employ) take on many instructors of average intellect and test taking talent..., provide them with limited training, and suffer from high instructor turnover. The best of the smaller companies can avoid this difficulty."

WHAT IF I MISS A CLASS SESSION?

You can make-up one LSAT session for free by requesting (email admin@campusprep.org) the web video version of that particular session. Each class after costs $10. If you get the Super Prep option, you will have access to all the recordings.

WHERE CAN I FIND INFORMATION ON REGISTERING FOR THE LSAT OR GRE?

The primary source for the LSAT is lsac.org. See our video on how to register (painlessly): https://youtu.be/p-eBXsX9x_I

DO I NEED TO HAVE ALREADY STARTED PREPPING BEFORE THE COURSE STARTS?

While some students will have already begun their prep, most will have not. Either way, we start everyone on the same page by starting at the beginning.