Magoosh LSAT Live Classes

Get more points in less time, plus extra support and coaching in our expert-led live classes!

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LSAT Live Classes

  • Never boring live classes led by a Magoosh LSAT expert

  • 16 hours of live instruction covering every section of the test

  • Targeted homework assignments with personalized instructor feedback

  • Focused on the concepts and question types that show up the most on test day

  • Limited class size with support and stoke from your fellow LSAT students

  • Guaranteed to add 5 or more points to your score


"Elliot's breakdowns are absolutely incredible for my error log."

LSAT Student, August 2021

"Elliot was very engaging! I like how the questions were covered and explained."

LSAT Student, August 2021

Meet our LSAT expert!

Elliot

Elliot Hirsen is one of Magoosh's Education Managers and created our LSAT live class curriculum. He's been helping future lawyers improve their LSAT scores for over ten years. Elliot grounds students in the fundamentals of great test taking: standardizing methods, recognizing patterns, and of course, the process of elimination. Elliot is an expert in how to score all the points on Logic Games, Logical Reasoning, and Reading Comp, but also specializes in study planning, improving focus, and managing test anxiety and stress.


"This was my first time attending a live course and the experience was great. Although a couple questions are still a little confusing I feel confident that with more practice I will see improvement in logical reasoning. The instructor was very helpful."

LSAT Student, August 2021

Money Back Guarantee: After your first class, if you're unsatisfied for any reason, let us know and we'll give you a full refund. No strings attached.

Have questions? Email us at help@magoosh.com.

Here's a peek into the LSAT live class schedule

Don't see a time that fits your schedule? Request a new time slot here!

September 12 - October 5 LSAT Cohort

Mon, Sep. 12
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 1 - Essentials

In our first session, we'll kick things off with an overview of top study tips including using an error log, and we’ll start practicing high level methods for all three multiple choice sections, plus quick wins to add points fast!

Wed, Sep. 14
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 2 - Sequencing Logic Games

In our second session, we'll dig into diagramming like a pro making inferences that lead directly to easier points on the most common type of logic game: sequencing games.

Mon, Sep. 19
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 3 - Logical Reasoning Assumptions and Inferences

In our third session, we'll practice tips and techniques for tackling Assumption, Inference, and other question types that ask us to spot gaps and missing premises in LR arguments.

Wed, Sep. 21
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 4 - Reading Comprehension Main Ideas

In our fourth session, we'll ramp up our active reading skills and learn how to stay focused while practicing the delicate balance between capturing main ideas and understanding details in LSAT passages.

Mon, Sep. 26
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 5 - Grouping Logic Games

In our fifth session, we'll dive back into the Logic Games section, revisiting top tips and tricks while turning our focus to other common game setup: grouping games.

Wed, Sep. 28
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 6 - Logical Reasoning Flaws and Conditionals

In our sixth session, we’ll take a closer look at logic on the LSAT, including recognizing the most common logical flaws and handling conditional statements like an expert.

Mon, Oct. 3
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 7 - Reading Comprehension Details and Inferences

In our seventh session, we’ll continue practicing our reading comprehension method with a focus on the comparative reading passages, plus more practice with detail and inference questions.

Wed, Oct. 5
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 8 - Capstone

In our last session, we'll go over the LSAT writing task, then learn about dialing in test day strategy and go over tips on managing stress and performing at your best.

October 10 - November 2 LSAT Cohort

Mon, Oct. 10
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 1 - Essentials

In our first session, we'll kick things off with an overview of top study tips including using an error log, and we’ll start practicing high level methods for all three multiple choice sections, plus quick wins to add points fast!

Wed, Oct. 12
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 2 - Sequencing Logic Games

In our second session, we'll dig into diagramming like a pro making inferences that lead directly to easier points on the most common type of logic game: sequencing games.

Mon, Oct. 17
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 3 - Logical Reasoning Assumptions and Inferences

In our third session, we'll practice tips and techniques for tackling Assumption, Inference, and other question types that ask us to spot gaps and missing premises in LR arguments.

Wed, Oct. 19
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 4 - Reading Comprehension Main Ideas

In our fourth session, we'll ramp up our active reading skills and learn how to stay focused while practicing the delicate balance between capturing main ideas and understanding details in LSAT passages.

Mon, Oct. 24
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 5 - Grouping Logic Games

In our fifth session, we'll dive back into the Logic Games section, revisiting top tips and tricks while turning our focus to other common game setup: grouping games.

Wed, Oct. 26
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 6 - Logical Reasoning Flaws and Conditionals

In our sixth session, we’ll take a closer look at logic on the LSAT, including recognizing the most common logical flaws and handling conditional statements like an expert.

Mon, Oct. 31
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 7 - Reading Comprehension Details and Inferences

In our seventh session, we’ll continue practicing our reading comprehension method with a focus on the comparative reading passages, plus more practice with detail and inference questions.

Wed, Nov. 2
4-6pm PT /
7-9pm ET

LSAT Class 8 - Capstone

In our last session, we'll go over the LSAT writing task, then learn about dialing in test day strategy and go over tips on managing stress and performing at your best.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who should sign up for LSAT live classes?

Any Magoosh student looking for added accountability and structure in their LSAT prep will get a lot out of the classes. They're an especially good fit for folks who have limited time to study, or who feel like they've gotten stuck or plateaued using another study plan. Live classes are a great opportunity to get instructor feedback, ask questions and clear up any confusion about concepts or question types.

How long are the classes?

Live classes meet twice a week for 2 hours.

Where are the live classes?

Each class will be hosted online. You'll receive a link to each class via email, and be able to join from a link on our live classes page.

What will I do in each class?

You'll get plenty of expert instruction plus tips and tricks in a live webinar format. Your instructor will also review practice questions from homework assignments, with plenty of time to ask questions and get personalized feedback.

I've signed up for live classes, what do I do now?

When your first class session date approaches, you'll receive an email with more information on how to access the classes. Until then, feel free to explore a few of the 70 official LSAT PrepTests and tons of video lessons we have!

What if I can't make it to a live class?

You'll have access to recordings of each class, as well as the homework assignments, on the Classes page in your Magoosh account. Class recordings are typically posted within 24 hours after the live session so you can stay caught up with your classmates, or review on your own schedule at your own pace.

How does the score guarantee work?

If you're enrolled in a live class, we guarantee a 5-point increase in your overall score. To qualify for the score guarantee, you must have taken the exam before and your old score must be valid (i.e. less than 5 years old).

What is the refund policy?

We guarantee you'll improve your score or we'll give you a refund for your Magoosh premium subscription ($299) OR provide free enrollment in another live class.

Don't see your question in this list?
Email us at help@magoosh.com and we would be happy to help!

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