Many LSAT-prep courses can be expensive, leaving a lot of law school hopefuls feeling out of luck. Not anymore.
Thanks to Khan Academy’s new Official LSAT Prep, anyone interested in going to law school can now prepare for the LSAT—the law school admission test—with a personalized study plan entirely for free.
Khan Academy collaborated with the Law School Admission Council, the maker of the LSAT, to design the first free and official test prep program for the LSAT.
The aim of Khan Academy Official LSAT Prep is to help aspiring law students build the skills and confidence they need to succeed on test day—all on their own schedule.
Official LSAT Prep diagnoses each student’s strengths and weaknesses and creates a tailored practice plan. Each student sets a score goal. Then, the program guides students through lessons and practice questions at just the right level to help them work toward that score. Videos, articles, and explanations cover every concept on the LSAT. Through it all, we provide regular updates, so students can track their progress.
Today’s announcement marks the launch of Khan Academy’s second official test prep for critical standardized exams. In 2015, Khan Academy launched Official SAT Practice with the College Board. Nearly six million people have used Official SAT Practice, and research shows that practice on Khan Academy advances all students regardless of high school GPA, gender, race, ethnicity, or parental education level.
We’re honored to provide free and personalized test prep for all and excited to help aspiring law students pursue their dreams.