That's why our live PracTests start around Lessons
4 or 5, and continue straight through til just before the date of
the real LSAT. It's also why we have the industry's most extensive
"free repeat" guarantee, which lets you train for as much
as a full year from your initial enrollment, at no additional charge.
One of our alums -- Linda Cedeno (Wellesley 00, +15 points) --
gave us one of the best insights we've ever heard about the
LSAT and the training process: she realized that training for the
LSAT is like learning a foreign language. Now, you can learn a language
to the extent of a Berlitz-phrasebook level of command in maybe
a month or two. But how long does it take to attain total fluency?