Free Online LSAT Preparation Tools – Prep Test Exams, Practice Questions, and more

Studying for the LSAT?  It doesn’t matter if you’re taking a course or studying on your own, these FREE tools will help you study better and improve your score!

LSAT Test Dates

Find out the LSAT test dates so you know when you can take the test, and the registration deadlines so you can make sure you don’t miss your chance by checking out our list of upcoming LSAT Test Dates.

Free Practice LSAT Prep Test Exam

Free LSAT Prep Test Exam Questions - June 2007

LSAC is the organization that runs the LSAT. They offer the June 2007 LSAT for free from their website

Free LSAT App

LSAT Proctor App
We made an LSAT Proctor App for iPhone/iPad/iPod just for you ;) It’s designed to be easy to use, while including all the features we knew were important from teaching thousands of LSAT students. Simulate the LSAT test environment perfectly, anytime, anywhere. This includes procedurally generated distraction noises, turbo mode, realistic virtual timer, five minute warnings, real instructions, and more. If you like it, rate it five stars!
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Pre-test Proctor

Below you will hear the official instructions given to LSAT proctors by the LSAC. This is what proctors use to run things on test day. Listen to these instructions being read aloud and you’ll know exactly what is allowed and not allowed on test day.

You might find it helpful to play them before taking a practice LSAT. You don’t need to do this every time, but doing it once will help give you a better idea what test day feels like.

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Four (4) Section Proctor

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Five (5) Section Proctor

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You can also download the LSAT Proctor files if you won’t have internet access: Downloadable LSAT Proctor

Or even better, use the proctor built into our iOS and Android apps

LSAT Practice Prep Test Answer Bubble/Scantron Sheet

This is the answer sheet you will be using on the day of the LSAT. Transferring your answers from the test to the answer sheet takes 2-3 minutes. So if you don’t bubble your answer onto the answer sheet, you’re giving yourself extra time, and test day will be a shock.

You can use this to print as many copies as you want. You should use this answer sheet even if you are only doing one timed LSAT section.

LSAT Preptest Bubble Answer Sheet

Just click on the LSAT answer sheet to open the full file and press ctrl-p or cmd-p to print it.

LSAT Practice Prep Test Scorer/Grader

Use this free Practice LSAT Prep Test Exam Scorer / Grader to find your LSAT score, track your progress with charts, find out what you should focus on, and find problem explanations.  Perfect tool for online LSAT preparation.

LSAT Practice Prep Test Score/Percentile Conversion Table

Learn how to convert your score into your real LSAT Prep Test Exam score and percentile with this handy chart.

Free Sample LSAT Course Trial

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13 Responses to “Free Online LSAT Preparation Tools – Prep Test Exams, Practice Questions, and more”

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  • Luis89011

    7 Sage is a life changer.

  • Madpanda

    I love 7sage!!!

  • johnscottwilsonsr499

    If someone is a die hard fan of LSAT timing apps, I can recommend the 7sage app. If android, I enjoy using the LSAT 180 timer. Love it.

    • J.Y. Ping

      Thanks for the endorsement! We are releasing our proctor app on Android as well.

      I took a look at the 180 timer and the important difference is that there is no proctor on the 180 timer. It is indeed just a timer.

      I think there’s some value to getting used to listening to a proctor dictate the official instructions that you will hear on LSAT test day.

      Edit: Android app released!

      • lsathopeful

        I just downloaded the Android app! Looks great and can’t wait to use it!

      • Cnrraeesi

        It’s an awesome app! Great job guys! I just wish you had the same features as the ones on iOS on the android one too, like different voices and all that jazz! :)

        • J.Y. Ping

          Thanks! We push new updates to the iOS first and then later to the Android.

  • lozanojoseph

    Where can I get the smartphone app?

    • J.Y. Ping

      Hey there! This site is compatible on the iOS and Android. Just use mobile browsers like Chrome or Safari.

    • 7Sage Admin

      Hey, we recently launched an iPhone App for proctoring Prep Tests:
      http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/7sage-lsat-proctor/id665684597?mt=8

      As JY noted though, the full 7Sage site is designed to play nice on smartphone browsers.

  • Kat J.

    I stumbled upon the videos on YouTube and I gotta say…they’re great! So nice to see the questions worked out once I do them myself to get an idea of how I’m doing. Awesome guys!

    • Lori C

      Hi Kat. You are welcome to try the Free Trial offer on the website as well. You will find that the LR and RC lessons are as good as the LG explanations. I know it has helped me immensely in these past months. I have gone from a baseline of 156 to consistently scoring over 170 thanks to 7sage. Come on in – the water’s fine :)

      • J.Y. Ping

        Thanks, Lori! And welcome Kat! Everything you need to do great on the LSAT is right here.