Our course is designed to take you from start (knowing little to nothing about the LSAT) to finish (rocking it out on test day), so studying before your first practice exam is not required.

However, if you would like to start early, we recommend reading long, dense articles (of the kind in The New Yorker or The Economist) to practice critical reading and information retention skills. 

You can also get a head start with our supplemental books for Logic Games, and Reading Comprehension. 

Students often benefit greatly from Logic Games prep, since it is such a drastically different kind of standardized test section. Reading Comprehension can yield significant score increases too, as it is the largest single section of the exam.

You can find more information and links to purchase the books here

Additionally, once enrolled in the course, you can receive a $10 rebate towards each book purchase!

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