LSAT Test Preparation Course

From analyzing logical reasoning relationships and learning effective diagramming techniques, to critically reading passages and drawing proper inferences, our course curriculum is designed to help you master the skills you need to maximize your LSAT score on test day.


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30-Hour Courses

March 22, 23, 24, 28, April 4  
(Offered live via Zoom)



May 3, 4, 5, 23, 30  
(Offered live via Zoom)



May 17, 18, 19, 23, 30  
(Offered live via Zoom)



48-Hour Courses

March 22, 23, 24, 28, 30, 31, April 4  
(Offered live via Zoom)



May 3, 4, 5, 23, 25, 26, 30  
(Offered live via Zoom)



May 17, 18, 19, 23, 25, 26, 30  
(Offered live via Zoom)




LSAT Test Prep Course Schedule


Eastern Time (30-Hour)
Friday (7pm - 11pm)
Saturday (10am - 7pm)
Sunday (10am - 7pm)
Thursday (7pm - 11pm)
Thursday (7pm - 11pm)

Eastern Time (48-Hour)
Friday (7pm - 11pm)
Saturday (10am - 7pm)
Sunday (10am - 7pm)
Thursday (7pm - 11pm)
Saturday (10am - 7pm)
Sunday (10am - 7pm)
Thursday (7pm - 11pm)

Central Time (30-Hour)
Friday (6pm - 10pm)
Saturday (9am - 6pm)
Sunday (9am - 6pm)
Thursday (6pm - 10pm)
Thursday (6pm - 10pm)

Central Time (48-Hour)
Friday (6pm - 10pm)
Saturday (9am - 6pm)
Sunday (9am - 6pm)
Thursday (6pm - 10pm)
Saturday (9am - 6pm)
Sunday (9am - 6pm)
Thursday (6pm - 10pm)

Pacific Time (30-Hour)
Friday (4pm - 8pm)
Saturday (7am - 4pm)
Sunday (7am - 4pm)
Thursday (4pm - 8pm)
Thursday (4pm - 8pm)

Pacific Time (48-Hour)
Friday (4pm - 8pm)
Saturday (7am - 4pm)
Sunday (7am - 4pm)
Thursday (4pm - 8pm)
Saturday (7am - 4pm)
Sunday (7am - 4pm)
Thursday (4pm - 8pm)

30-Hour LSAT Test Prep Course Outline


Friday - Course Registration, LSAT Course Overview, Formal Logic, Problem Solving, and Logical Reasoning

Saturday - Additional Logical Reasoning, Effective Diagramming Techniques, Critical Reasoning, Writing Sample, and Essay Writing

Sunday - Reading Comprehension, Verbal Review, Law School Application Process, Exam Writing Strategies, General LSAT Review and Questions

Thursday - Full-Length Practice LSAT Exam and Key Question Review

Thursday - Full-Length Practice LSAT Exam and Key Question Review

48-Hour LSAT Test Prep Course Outline


Friday - Course Registration, LSAT Course Overview, Formal Logic, Problem Solving, and Logical Reasoning

Saturday - Additional Logical Reasoning, Effective Diagramming Techniques, Critical Reasoning, Writing Sample, and Essay Writing

Sunday - Reading Comprehension, Verbal Review, Law School Application Process, Exam Writing Strategies, General LSAT Review and Questions

Thursday - Full-Length Practice LSAT Exam and Key Question Review

Saturday - Advanced Problem Solving Strategies for Logic Games, Overview of Logical Reasoning Traps, Additional Analytical Reasoning, Additional Reading Comprehension, and Practical Application of Verbal Theory

Sunday - Advanced Diagramming Techniques, Additional Logical Reasoning, Additional Writing Sample, Simulated Practice LSAT Exam and Review of Questions

Thursday - Full-Length Practice LSAT Exam and Key Question Review


Terms and Conditions:

1. An LSAC LawHub Advantage, formerly Prep Plus, subscription is required for the Oxford Seminars LSAT preparation course. Our comprehensive courses are designed to integrate with LSAC’s official LawHub Advantage for students to access official LSAT questions and 70+ exams. If you do not have a LawHub Advantage account, you can enroll through LSAC.

2. All 30-hour LSAT courses take place 6:00pm - 10:00pm Friday, 9:00am - 6:00pm Saturday, 9:00am - 6:00pm Sunday, followed by two simulated exams from 6:00pm - 10:00pm Thursdays. (Zoom courses follow the same schedule and take place in Central Time)

3. All 48-hour LSAT courses take place 6:00pm - 10:00pm Friday, 9:00am - 6:00pm Saturday, 9:00am - 6:00pm Sunday, with an additional weekend 9:00am - 6:00pm Saturday, 9:00am - 6:00pm Sunday, as well as two simulated exams from 6:00pm - 10:00pm Thursdays. (Zoom courses follow the same schedule and take place in Central Time)

4. The Thursday evening classes are optional sessions, free for all registered students, where full-length practice LSAT exams are administered with actual test conditions carefully reproduced. These sessions provide students an excellent opportunity to practice the techniques learned during the weekend course.

5. You are eligible for a full refund if you withdraw from your course at least 2 weeks in advance, as long as your $95 deposit was not retained from a previous cancellation. If you cancel with less than two weeks notice (including prior to or on the first day of instruction), you will be issued a refund of what you paid less the $95 deposit. This deposit can be applied to any future course.

6. Save $50 off the cost of the course by registering with full payment at least 28 days prior to the start date of the course.

7. Course dates are subject to change. Please be advised that courses must obtain a minimum enrollment in order to proceed. If a set of course dates are cancelled, you are entitled to a full refund of registration fees and tuition or you can apply your payment to any future course, if you don't agree to the change.

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