LSAT Checklists

An easy way to make sure you're not missing anything.

We make simple and preventable mistakes all the time. It's not a big deal when it's something small like forgetting to bring a toothbrush on vacation.

But when it's something like the LSAT, every little thing matters.

Take emergency surgery, for example. Like the LSAT, it’s a life-or-death scenario.

In The Checklist Manifesto, Atul Gawande reveals that requiring doctors in intensive care units to use a simple checklist reduced infections by 66% over a 3-month period. This simple technique saved thousands of lives!

It wasn't buying fancy new equipment or some technological innovation.

It didn't require learning some advanced strategy. 

It was simply going back to the basics and making sure they didn't forget to do the simplest little things (like confirming they were conducting surgery on the right patient!)

surgical safety checklist

Doctors didn't necessarily like using checklists at first. They thought that after countless years of medical school and thousands of hours of advanced training, they already knew it all.

But the evidence showed they were forgetting the fundamentals, and they couldn't argue with the results.

The "checklist technique" works. And when I applied it to my LSAT coaching, my students' scores skyrocketed!

So, inspired by the checklists I use with my students, I'm now making my LSAT Checklists available for everyone to use.

They list all the little items and details students tend to forget come crunch time. They hold you accountable and help you make sure you're not missing anything.

The LSAT Checklists are for you if:

* you want to save time and energy
* you're worried you might forget something
* you want a better list than the one you'd create for yourself
* you want to be able to prepare stress-free
* you're getting ready for test day and want to remember everything

Here's exactly what I've done for you:

I've created checklists for each of the LSAT's scored sections: Logic Games, Logical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension.

I ALSO created a checklist for Test Day covering the lead-up to the exam and the day of.

You can print as many copies as you want so you'll have them ready anywhere you go.

Things you can do with your LSAT checklists:

-Staple/paper-clip them to the inside cover of your LSAT prep books.
-Tape/pin them to the wall above your desk.
-Prepare how, what, and when to study based on your weak areas
-Bring them to your LSAT tutor/prep class to suggest topics to cover and focus on
-Load up your gallon-sized ziploc bag for test day with all essentials

Things you CANNOT do with your LSAT checklists: 

-Conduct surgery (that's after medical school, not law school)


You can get all 4 Checklists at once for only $49.97:


Or, you can get just the 3 LSAT Checklists for only $39.97:


If you're already doing great in some sections and just need help with others, you can pick out the individual Checklists you want for only $14.97 each:






"What do they look like?"

Here's a mini-screenshot from the LSAT Logic Games Checklist, just to give you an idea:

LSAT Logic Games Checklist Sample
It has sub-sections for each category.

and here's a mini-screenshot from the Test Day Checklist:

LSAT Logic Games Cheat Sheet Sample
It even includes links!

You'll be glad you got them - especially in those final weeks before Test Day. No matter what your specific, unique needs or weak areas, there's something on these lists you either need to remember or is close enough to remind you of something you need. 

And having them before walking into the exam helped my students feel much more confident they weren't going to end up in a panic when the big day came.

More fun facts: 

* Each LSAT Checklist makes sure you have solid strategies for that section, and it makes sure you're able to identify and approach the specific question-types for that section.

* The Test Day Checklist makes sure you're prepared with everything you need to do and bring in the lead-up to, and day of, the test.

* Obviously, the LSAT is complex and no checklist can cover EVERYTHING about it. Please don't buy this and then write to me saying, "But you didn't mention [obscure topic that barely ever comes up]." If you want something that covers EEEEEVVVVERRRYTHING, buy one of the 500+ page books instead. I exercised my dictator-like judgment about what was worth including, and what wasn't. Each checklist is about 5-7 pages altogether.

* These are PDFs available for instant download after submitting payment. You can use Adobe Reader to open the files.

* The instant download link will be sent to whichever email address you submit.

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

Steve J. Schwartz

P.P.S. If you consider how much money you'll make from increasing your LSAT score and getting into a better law school...or getting more scholarship money...$39.97 is such a tiny drop in the bucket. 

“I like how its a condensed checklist (for ex., the logical reasoning checklist has all of the vocab words we should be familiar with as well as approaches to answer the question, etc.). That is probably the most useful for me as its all organized and in one place to check to make sure I am keeping up with everything and not forgetting anything.” – Rachel K.

These are excellent and very helpful! I appreciate how they remind me of the areas I need to work on. I find these very useful and will most definitely be printing them out!- Trevor T.