There are now dozens of apps to help with LSAT preparation. While they are not a substitution for other study methods and materials, many conveniently provide help in areas not covered by traditional classroom LSAT prep courses or self study prep books. For example, the LSAT Proctor by Test Hacker, is an app the helps condition students to real LSAT exam conditions by simulating the voice prompts of LSAT proctors, as well as sounds and noises that might distract test takers during the exam. LSAT Words by Malyshev Edusys focuses on helping students learn vocabulary words commonly found on the LSAT. Other apps are more comprehensive, offering thousands of test questions and lessons to help students master each question type. Here is a rundown on 7 popular apps.
LSAT Prep by Konnect, L.L.C. $12.99
The content for this interactive app is from Master the LSAT by NOVA Press. Features include a comprehensive analysis of released LSAT questions with all correct and incorrect answers explained, 5 timed practice LSAT exams with explanations of answers, and interactive lessons that include logic games, reading comprehension passages and LSAT arguments. Android version available.
LSAT # by Arcadia Prep, Inc. Free
This app includes the 2011 practice tests from the Law School Admissions Council. It allows users to view videos of instructors from LSAT Freedom explain each question and answer from the practice tests. The app also includes a step-by-step Strategy Guide presented by an instructor who scored in the 99th percentile on the LSAT. Apple version available.
EduPath LSAT by EduPath, LLC. Free
The EduPath app allows users to access nearly every released LSAT exam. It includes a training system that provides strategies for each type of LSAT question. The StudyGroup system allows you to interact with other users and tutors to find tips and receive advice about specific LSAT questions. Apple version available.
LSAT Exam Review by Test Assassin. $2.99
The LSAT Exam Review is a flash card review app with over 300 detailed flashcards covering logical reasoning, reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, vocabulary and more. It even allows users to create and store custom flashcards. Android version available.
LSAT Proctor by Test Hacker. Free
The LSAT Proctor app by Test Hacker allows students to take practice LSAT exams under simulated LSAT test-day examination conditions. The app mimics the proctor's vocal prompts and time warnings for all five sections of the LSAT. It also includes a distraction mode that can be enabled or disabled to simulate the audio distractions that occur during the LSAT. Apple version available.
LSAT Words by Malyshev Edusys. $ .99
This app is designed to specifically help users learn vocabulary words that are often used on the LSAT. It provides definitions, synonyms, antonyms, and examples of each word used in a sentence. If you do not know how to pronounce a word, press the "speak" button and the app will say the word. Apple version available.
LSAT Titan by GMAT Club. $499
This pricey app includes 6300 real LSAT questions licensed from the LSAC. It also includes over 1800 explanations for many real LSAT questions written by Manhattan LSAT tutors who scored in the 99th percentile on the LSAT. The LSAT Titan allows you to customize how your practice questions are presented so that you can focus on a specific type of question, focus on questions you answered incorrectly or bookmark questions to review later. In addition, it comes loaded with more than 300 of the most popular law school blogs. Apple version available.