LSAC's PrepTest Licensing Policy

LSAT Blog LSAC PrepTest Licensing PolicyThis post is Part 4 of the "Secret PrepTests" series. The series starts with "The Case of the Secret LSAT PrepTests."

In this post, I include:

1. additional emails with an LSAC Publications Dept. rep about PrepTest licensing costs.
2. my brief calculations of prep companies' actual costs for one full set of PrepTests.

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My Additional Emails with Felicia (an LSAC Publications Dept. rep)

These are edited for brevity.
Steve: Is there a fee to license PrepTest 20 and the June 2007 LSAT, given that they're both available for free download on LSAC's website?

Publications Rep: There is not fee (sic) to print the free downloads.

Here’s the fee schedule as noted in our license policy
PrepTests 46 – 56 $5 per test, per copy 11 test x $5 = $55
PrepTests 32 - 45 $4 per test, per copy 14 test x $4 = $56

PrepTests 17 - 31 $3 per test, per copy 15 tests x $3 = $45

PrepTests 1 - 16 $2 per test, per copy 16 tests x $2 = $32

TOTAL: $188

Feb 1996, 1999, 2000 @ $3 each would be an additional $9
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My calculations:

$188 (for PrepTests 1-56) + $9 (for Feb 1996, 1999, and 2000 PrepTests) = $197
$197 - $3 (for PrepTest 20 - was a free PDF on LSAC's website)= $194

Total cost to prep companies = $194

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Read on for Part 5, "Suggestions for LSAC on Restructuring LSAT PrepTest Sales."


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