Free LSAT Prep

Instructor: Laura Melega
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is one of the primary tools used to evaluate a student's readiness for admission to law school. Learn about free LSAT study tools, live events, and tips on how to excel on the exam.

LSAT Test Prep Available at No Cost - Comparison

There are many websites and companies that offer free resources that can help you prepare for the LSAT exam. Included here are a few companies that provide quality LSAT study tools in a variety of formats, all free of charge.

Law School Admission Council (LSAC)

LSAC is the official administrator of the LSAT exam. To take the LSAT, you must register through the LSAC website. They offer a variety of free resources, including detailed explanations about each section of the test as well as helpful tips for the writing portion of the exam. Included on their website are:

  • Two writing samples
  • 14 questions addressing Reading Comprehension
  • 8 questions focusing on Analytical Reasoning
  • 9 Logical Reasoning questions
  • One complete exam from June 2007
  • 4 test prep videos discussing general exam readiness as well as Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning

The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review is known for their testing events, and free exam preparation events for the LSAT are part of their offerings. Depending on availability, students can register for events in their area after they set up a free online account at the Princeton Review website. To set up a free account, students will need to provide information about their graduation date, name, email address, and phone number.

Also available from the Princeton Review is a free online demo and test, which gives students the opportunity to take a full-length practice test. The test is given exactly as it is on exam day, so students can accurately assess where they may need more help. A comprehensive report with the student's overall score is provided.


Kaplan provides live online LSAT test preparation at no charge. Students can register to take a free full-length online practice test at the Kaplan Test Prep site. The tests are only offered at certain times, so preregistration is required. To set up a free Kaplan account, you will need to provide:

  • Personal Information, including email address, postal code, and country of residency
  • Name of current college/university or your graduation date with the school that conferred your degree

Kaplan also offers live online seminars to assist students during the law school admission process. Preregistration is also required and can be done using your free online Kaplan account.

Free Apps for iPhone and iPad

Including app-based studying for the LSAT has been gaining in popularity each year. Most basic apps are available at no charge on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon, though many of them offer paid upgrades to access additional study tools. Examples of two highly-rated apps are:

  • LSAT Prep: Practice Tests and Flashcards in Logic, Reasoning and Reading Comprehension by Varsity Tutors
  • LSATMax LSAT Prep by TestMax

Online LSAT Test Prep -

If you use these free resources but still need additional support, offers affordable LSAT test prep materials. You will find more than practice tests.

The LSAT Prep & Review course features more than 60 video lessons and practice quizzes. You can also take chapter exams and a final exam that covers everything in the course. All of's LSAT prep lessons are accessible anytime to meet your schedule and availability. All of the study materials are designed to be mobile-friendly, which lets you prepare at home, at school, or at work.

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