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The Only LSAT Course You Will Ever Need (from a guy who's not part of the "genius" club)


I thought I was smart, but my first practice test was a 152.

The LSAT made me feel like a complete moron. I hated it.

For months, I barely slept as I tried to figure out why I kept making mistakes.

The LSAT almost ruined my life as I tried to balance studying for it with term papers, final exams, working, and seeing my friends.

It even made me question whether I should give up on my law school dreams altogether.

But something kept me going, even aside from my goal of getting into a top law school.

Part of it was that I wanted to prove to everyone (including myself) that I could do it.

I truly became obsessed with beating the test. I studied every LSAT book I could find and every LSAT question ever released.

I missed a lot of parties (and stupidly spent a lot of time trying to study while hung over) and spent a full year studying for this damn thing on and off, banging my head against the wall.

But you know what changed me?

The willingness to do whatever it took and never give up…

- combined with - 

[and this is the part most people are missing]

Finally developing a SYSTEM to use all the books and exams.

That's the only reason it all paid off in the end.

I ENDED UP GETTING A 175!!!


Looking back on it all, I realized one of the hardest things about studying for the LSAT was feeling like I was going through it alone.

I wished I had someone to guide me through the process and help me figure out why I was making mistakes.

And it would have been awesome if I had a plan to keep me focused and stop me from mindless video watching.

I spent a few years working as a private LSAT instructor, sharing what I'd discovered during my LSAT journey. I even started an entire website to share it all with everyone (hint: you're reading it right now).

And I wanted to create an actual course to simplify the exam for everyone who couldn't afford to spend $1,000+ on prep classes or even more on private tutors like me.

I didn't want others to suffer during their LSAT studying the way I did.

When I FINALLY cracked the LSAT code, I stayed up until 6 in the morning, going through practice questions and applying all the different tactics and techniques. I was both happy AND sad I had just gotten it. Happy because now I felt like I’d be successful on the LSAT since I could answer the questions 10x faster. Sad because I had only just now figured it out.

Here's the "brilliant" way I'd approached it at first:

>>>> Take a bunch of practice tests.
>>>> Get depressed about my low scores.
>>>> Repeat.


This was my bedroom floor:


Steve's Sucky LSAT Scores



God, I was so stupid.


Here's what I SHOULD have done:

1. Create a plan of attack.

2. Get the best resources to find out everything I needed to know.

3. Buy a bunch of practice tests.

4. Follow my plan of attack.

5. Then take a bunch of practice tests (using that plan).


YOU SEE THAT??? That's a MUCH more effective way to study for the LSAT. I created these LSAT courses with this approach in mind. Because I've helped lots of students through the process, I've been able to refine it down to a science.



These LSAT courses are for you:

* if you're struggling because you haven't found an approach that actually gets you to answer more questions correctly in specific areas of the exam.

* if you want simpler methods than the ones taught by major prep companies. Those methods are more about demonstrating why some fancy "trademarked" method is exclusively the best....my LSAT courses focus only on what WORKS. A lot of times it's simple and straightforward, but it works damn well.

* if you're ready to jump-start your studying. Maybe you don't even have any LSAT background at all. These can completely shatter your ideas of how to study and can motivate you to stop procrastinating and wasting time on blogs and forums using inefficient study techniques.



“Awesome! I’m in! What’s my investment in these LSAT courses?”


Creating these courses took a few years, a lot of late nights, and 100+ students who were nice enough to be my guinea pigs. I could charge $1,000+ for these and get plenty of signups.

I'll be honest - SO much of the advice I see about pricing courses is around how to maximize MY revenue. But that’s wrong. When it's all about how I can make money, it's not good for anyone because:

1. You pay as much as I can convince you to give me.

2. I don’t build a long-term trusting relationship with you.

So I’m going to be pretty straightforward about how this is priced: My personal philosophy is that when someone buys a course from me for anything over $100….the average person should be able to increase their score 5-10 points from it the FIRST MONTH. And 10-15 points from their investment in 2-3 months.

So if I had a $479 LSAT course, someone who takes the course seriously and follows it consistently during their LSAT studying should be able to go from 155 to the low 160s in their first month and to the high 160s or low 170s in 2-3 months.

AND THAT HAPPENS ALL THE TIME!!


The LSAT courses are $479, $397, and $179, depending on which one you choose. And they really do create results like this all the time (I've bolded the relevant parts):

"Just wanted to say thank you. I've made breakthrough after breakthrough thanks to your Logic Games course, and all the material you have available. It was all worth its weight in gold, and I truly admire you and appreciate what you are doing! I could not afford a Kaplan course, but even if I could have, I would have been crazy to choose it over your study plans/guides/posts etc.  I will be recommending you to anyone and everyone I know that is taking the LSAT. Thank you again!!!" - Miranda C.159 to 167 on LSAT retake

"I got a 170!!! I'm very happy and relieved. Again, thank you for all of your help - It was a huge gift to have your support and guidance while studying for the LSAT!” – Allison P., mid-150s to 170

So with such a tiny investment:

- Miranda increased her score 8 points on an LSAT retake
- Allison increased her score by about 15 points

They both improved a TON after changing their LSAT studying to use what I taught them.

THAT'S PRETTY AWESOME!

Obviously, these are on the higher end of the spectrum (and Allison also decided to do a few tutoring sessions with me). Some people like Allison in the example above will improve 15-20 points in a few months, and others will improve much less than that. (Someone retaking the LSAT like Miranda might not improve as much if they already improved from their starting score.)

My goal is that the AVERAGE person ends up with a 5-10 point score increase from it in one month, and 10-15 points from their investment in 2-3 months because of my help.


This is the insane commitment I want to live up to with my courses.


With these courses, you'll be able to study at your own pace. Freed from having to go to LSAT class when you're tired after work or school, you'll be able to watch, re-watch, and even binge-watch, all the course videos anytime.

You'll also save a ton of money. By putting everything online, I've eliminated overhead expenses like rent. I don't waste money on advertising, and I record all videos myself, without hiring designers to create special effects. I pass the savings on to you.

Best of all, you'll get a full year of unlimited access to everything each course contains.

(If you need more time than that, just email me, and I will extend your access FOR FREE.)

The big prep companies make you pay extra to extend access to their online courses, or you lose everything. But why should you pay again for what you've already bought? What if you need to postpone your test or retake? With my courses, you don't have to worry about any of this. And you receive automatic access to all updates.

I created three LSAT course packages you can choose from. Once you complete them, you'll be ready to conquer the LSAT.

Just choose an LSAT course below and you’ll be able to get started today:


The Supreme

$479


If you want the best resources I've created, The Supreme is definitely the best way to boost your LSAT score and get into the law school of your dreams. Aside from everything in the other courses, you'll also get full access to a video course to help you write your personal statement from start to finish and resources to help you overcome test anxiety and stress.

You’ll also get access to exclusive law school admissions resources to help you put together your entire application, including the personal statement, résumé, the "Why X Law School?" essay, optional essays and addenda (including the diversity statement), and letters of continued interest.


Here's everything you'll get:
  • The law school personal statement video course
  • Law school personal statement writing prompts and templates
  • Sample personal statements that worked
  • The guide to overcoming test anxiety
  • The LSAT Logic Games video course
  • The LSAT Logical Reasoning video course
  • The LSAT Reading Comprehension video course
  • All 3 LSAT guides (LG, LR, and RC)
  • All 3 LSAT cheat sheets (LG, LR, and RC)
  • The law school admissions guide
  • The law school admissions cheat sheets
  • The day-by-day LSAT study plan of your choice






The Premium

$397

This is a much better value than The Starter, and it gives you a ton of LSAT prep materials.

With The Premium, you'll get full access to all three LSAT video courses and schedules to help you stay on track with everything you need to do.

Here's everything you'll get:
  • The LSAT Logic Games video course
  • The LSAT Logical Reasoning video course
  • The LSAT Reading Comprehension video course
  • All 3 LSAT guides (LG, LR, and RC)
  • All 3 LSAT cheat sheets (LG, LR, and RC)
  • The law school admissions guide
  • The law school admissions cheat sheets
  • The day-by-day LSAT study plan of your choice





The Starter

$179

This is the most affordable course option, so it's a good choice if you're looking for something a bit smaller as a supplement to your prep.

With The Starter, you'll get full access to my video course on whichever LSAT section gives you the most trouble, and the guidance you need to jump-start your LSAT prep.

Here's everything you'll get:
  • The LSAT video course of your choice (LG, LR, or RC)
  • All 3 LSAT guides (LG, LR, and RC)
  • All 3 LSAT cheat sheets (LG, LR, and RC)
  • The day-by-day LSAT study plan of your choice





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Questions? You can reach me anytime by email - I typically respond within 24 hours.

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This course is going to be your mentor, your guide, and your accountability buddy.

The big prep companies typically charge more than $1,000 for their classroom courses. I'm giving you the opportunity to get professional instruction for less than half that.

You can spend the next few months reading random blog posts and forums, or you can spend as little as $179 to have it professionally explained for you.

If you think my price is fair, and the timing is right for you to start studying for the LSAT, then choose a course package to get started.

Once you tell me which specific study plan and/or video course you'd like, I'll send you everything via email.


Still not convinced? Keep in mind that I'm offering all LSAT course packages with a 100% money-back guarantee. 

LSAT Course Money Back Guarantee

Try the LSAT course package of your choice without risking a thing. If you don't love it FOR ANY REASON, just email me within 30 days. I'll give you a full and complete refund, and you can even keep all the books — at my expense

I've made these literally risk-free to try.

Why would I offer a guarantee when I don't have to? I can offer this because I've rigorously tested my materials with thousands of students. I know they work, and I want this to be a no-brainer for you.



Here's a breakdown of EXACTLY what you'll be getting:

The LSAT Logic Games video course

General Thoughts on Logic Games
Introduction to Logic Games
Overview: Types of Logic Games
Habits of Top Scorers
Logic Games Approach
Importance of Making Inferences

Specific Question Types
Orientation Questions
General Must, Could, and Except Questions
"If" / Specific Questions

Relative and Strict Sequencing Logic Games
Introduction to Sequencing Logic Games
Diagramming Relative Sequencing Rules
Relative Sequencing Game
Creating Limited Possibilities in Strict Sequencing Games
Strict Sequencing Games

Multi-Level Sequencing Logic Games
Introduction to Multi-Level Sequencing Logic Games
Diagramming 3 Limited Possibilities
Multi-Level Sequencing Games

Grouping: In-Out / Selection Logic Games
Introduction to Grouping: In-Out / Selection Logic Games
Introduction to Conditional Statements
Conditional Rules: The Contrapositive (Simple)
Conditional Rules: Failed Contrapositive Attempts: Inverse and Converse
Conditional Rules: The Contrapositive (Complex)
Conditional Rules: Connecting Conditional Statements
Conditional Rules: Reading Conditional Chains
Conditional Rules: At Least 1 Out
Conditional Rules: At Least 1 In
Conditional Rules: At Least 1 Out vs. At Least 1 In
Grouping: In-Out / Selection Games

Grouping: Splitting Logic Games
Introduction to Grouping: Splitting Logic Games
Grouping: Splitting Game – Setup
Grouping: Splitting Game – Questions

Grouping: Matching Logic Games
Introduction to Grouping: Matching Logic Games
Grouping: Matching Games

Combination Logic Games
Introduction to Combination Logic Games
Combination Game


The LSAT Logical Reasoning video course
General Thoughts and Intro to Logical Reasoning
Overview: Types of Logical Reasoning Questions
Habits of Top Scorers
Logical Reasoning Approach

Conditionality (Sufficient and Necessary Conditions)
Introduction to Sufficient and Necessary Conditions
The Contrapositive
Failed Contrapositive Attempts: Inverse and Converse
Connecting Conditional Statements and Reading Chains
Translating Except, Unless, Until, and Without
Sufficient / Necessary Conditions and Time
Difference Between Formal and Informal Logic

Term Identification
Distinguishing Evidence and Conclusion
Numbers / Quantifiers: All, Most, Several, Many, Some, None

Inference Logical Reasoning Questions
Must Be True
Most Strongly Supported
Main Conclusion
Main Point
Complete the Argument

"Assumption" Questions
Necessary Assumption
Negating Conditional Statements
Sufficient Assumption
Difference Between Necessary & Sufficient Assumption

Help / Hurt Questions
Strengthen
Weaken

Flaw Questions 
Intro to Common Logical Reasoning Flaws
Flaw

Parallel / Principle Questions
Parallel Reasoning
Parallel Flaw
Principle-Application
Principle

Abstract / "Meta" / Identify Questions
Point At Issue Questions
Resolve the Paradox
Method of Reasoning
Role of a Statement

Analyzing the Stimulus on a Deeper Level
Thinking About the Stimulus


The LSAT Reading Comprehension video course
Introduction to Reading Comprehension
Reading Comprehension Passage Topics
How NOT to Approach Reading Comprehension Passages
Where Do LSAT Reading Comprehension Passages Come From?
Reading Comprehension Approach: Mindset
Reading Comprehension Approach: Note-Taking Strategy
Reading Comprehension Approach: Should You Even Take Notes?
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
How to Approach Comparative Reading Short (Dual) Passages
Types of Reading Comprehension Questions
Types of Wrong Answer Choices
Passage Analyses and Questions


The law school personal statement video course
The Role of the Personal Statement in the Law School Admission Process
5 Steps to Starting Your Personal Statement
Writing Prompts to Help You Start Your Personal Statement
Overcoming Writer’s Block When You Don't Have a Topic
Choosing Your Personal Statement Topic by Thinking About Your Goals: Brainstorming 
How to Review Your Personal Statement Topic Idea
Developing Your Story with Mind-Maps
Writing Your Personal Statement Rough Draft
Overcoming Writer’s Block When You Already Have a Topic
Getting Personal in Your Personal Statement
How NOT to Write Your Personal Statement: Mistakes to Avoid
Editing Your Personal Statement: Rules of Good Writing
7 Questions to Answer in Your Personal Statement
Examples of Real Law School Personal Statements
Bonus: How to Answer the “Why Do You Want To Go To This Law School?” Essay


All 4 guides (LG, LR, RC, and admissions)
I've written guides to each LSAT section (and admissions) that you can (and will) actually read in full, then refer back to over the course of your LSAT studying.


All 4 cheat sheets (LG, LR, RC, and admissions)
Each cheat sheet is a quick-reference 2-page guide to a particular topic of the LSAT. You can print them double-sided, giving you 1 piece of paper covering each.


The day-by-day LSAT study plans
One of the hardest things about studying for the LSAT is knowing EXACTLY what you should be doing at a given point in time. 

So I've created SUPER-specific study plans for periods of 1 month, 2 months, 3 months, 4 months, 5 months, 6 months, and 7 months. There's also a retake one.

Thousands of LSAT students have used these to increase their scores, and you'll get access to whichever you'd like as part of the LSAT courses.


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Can't afford them?

Of course, LSAT prep is an investment, but I understand that not everyone can afford it, and I'm committed to helping everyone get into the law school of their dreams, regardless of financial background.

So, if you can't afford the LSAT courses, keep in mind that I give automatic 50% scholarships to anyone who submits verification of their LSAC fee waiver approval

I recommend contacting LSAC as soon as possible to begin the fee waiver process, since it can take several weeks to be approved. (Please note that "conditional approval" doesn't count.) After you're approved, just forward me LSAC's verification of your fee waiver approval, and let me know which course package you'd like. Once you take care of the 50% payment on the course package of your choice, I'll send you everything it contains.

I also offer a 50% scholarship for all active and former U.S. military personnel. In order to receive your scholarship, please email me a scan or photo of your valid military or U.S. Government ID.

These scholarships are valid on all LSAT courses.

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Remember, the course packages are 100% risk-free. That means you can try one, then decide if it's right for you. If you don't love it, just show me you did the work, and I'll refund 100% of your money. But I'm confident this will help you improve your LSAT score and get into the law school of your dreams.

Choose a package:


The Supreme

$479
  • The law school personal statement video course
  • Law school personal statement writing prompts, and templates
  • Sample personal statements that worked
  • The guide to overcoming test anxiety
  • The LSAT Logic Games video course
  • The LSAT Logical Reasoning video course
  • The LSAT Reading Comprehension video course
  • All 3 LSAT guides (LG, LR, and RC)
  • All 3 LSAT cheat sheets (LG, LR, and RC)
  • The law school admissions guide
  • The law school admissions cheat sheets
  • The day-by-day LSAT study plan of your choice








The Premium

$397
  • The LSAT Logic Games video course
  • The LSAT Logical Reasoning video course
  • The LSAT Reading Comprehension video course
  • All 3 LSAT guides (LG, LR, and RC)
  • All 3 LSAT cheat sheets (LG, LR, and RC)
  • The law school admissions guide
  • The law school admissions cheat sheets
  • The day-by-day LSAT study plan of your choice





The Starter

$179
  • The LSAT video course of your choice (LG, LR, or RC)
  • All 3 LSAT guides (LG, LR, and RC)
  • All 3 LSAT cheat sheets (LG, LR, and RC)
  • The day-by-day LSAT study plan of your choice





“I did the video courses before deciding if I needed tutoring, and the LR course (one I was focusing on) bumped me up from 167 average to 172 average over 2 weeks…I pulled a 179, 177, and 172 this weekend. Your videos have helped a ton! Thanks for all you do!” –Travis C.



P.S. People told me not to because of all the freaks calling me and time-inappropriate texts, but I’m giving out my personal info because I truly stand by my courses. If you have any issues, you can always reach out via phone/text: 917.940.5055

Sincerely, 
Steve J. Schwartz - 917.940.5055



P.P.S. If you’re having second thoughts about buying this....remember that I offer a full 30-day money back guarantee. If FOR ANY REASON you don’t like the course, just email me, and I'll give you back all your money the very next day.


P.P.P.S. If you consider how much money you'll make from increasing your LSAT score...this is such a tiny drop in the bucket.