Cornell's Stoll Program for Law and Society offers an on-campus comprehensive LSAT prep course for all students interested in taking the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). The course runs from Block 4 through Block 8 and is timed to coincide with a summer or fall test date. Sessions are approximately two hours each and are designed to work with Cornell's block schedule. The timing of this course is well suited for juniors, or seniors who are planning to take a year or more off prior to law school.

The course focuses on the three scored sections of the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning (also known as "logic games"). Students enrolled in the prep course also take three practice LSAT exams using recently released exams from LSAC.

The LSAT prep course is offered at a significantly reduced rate to Cornell students as part of the Stoll Program for Law and Society. Included in the $300 cost of the course are all of the textbook materials and the practice LSAT exams.

Upon completion of the LSAT prep course you will have:

  • Become more comfortable with the overall content and structure of the LSAT

  • Practiced skills necessary for taking the LSAT and for succeeding in your first year of law school

    • Diagram and solve the LSAT's logic games section
    • Identify the basic structure, logical flaws, and logical inferences of arguments
    • Read and comprehend the convoluted prose found in the LSAT and other legal settings like user agreements and legislative bills
  • Developed strategies to build upon your strengths and minimize your weaknesses

    • Identify your individual areas of strength on the examination
    • Identify areas of improvement needed
    • Create a study plan for the time between the end of the course and test day
    • Develop a strategic time management plan for test day

To learn more about the LSAT prep course contact Meghan Yamanishi, Faculty Director for the Stoll Program for Law and Society and LSAT Course Instructor.