I Suck At Making Websites, But I Don't Suck At the LSAT (Anymore)

After working as a professional LSAT coach for a few years, I noticed something:

The big LSAT prep companies don't help you.

Some provide good free info, but mostly skim the surface.

Let's face it - their websites are just to advertise their prep classes. 

I didn't have the resources they do, but I wanted to create a FREE alternative to their $1,500 classes.


Because I wanted to help everyone who can't afford classes and coaching


I know how awful it feels to suck at the LSAT.

When I first started studying, I REALLY wanted to score 170+ and get into a top law school...

But my first practice test was a 152. 

I spent a miserable YEAR studying every LSAT book I could find and every LSAT question ever released before I finally got my 175.

After helping others through the process for a few years, I knew there HAD to be an easier way.

So I started this site in order to create something free that covered (almost) EVERYTHING you need to know in order to get a top score.

Obviously, I'm not winning any awards for site design - this is nowhere close to being as fancy and polished as the big guys.

But I hope you'll agree that what matters more than how the site LOOKS is the how helpful the information is.

For example, I've written 1,000+ detailed articles and organized them in this GIANT PAGE OF FREE STUFF.

And if you click this link, I'll send you a free Easy LSAT Cheat Sheet. It's my gift to you.

And, if you're looking for something that goes even deeper...(get ready for sales pitch)

I've written several LSAT guides and created a series of LSAT courses.

Over more than a decade, I've helped thousands of students win large scholarships and get into the law schools of their dreams, and I want to help you do the same.

(So...what I mean is, these are worth checking out if you're willing to make the investment in yourself.)

P.S. Actually, that's pretty much it. Feel free to reach out if you have questions or just want to say "hi."

-Guy who made tons of LSAT stuff b/c he weirdly got super-obsessed with it

P.P.S. Why are you still here? Everyone else is already getting the free stuff and other stuff I mentioned above.