Resources › For Students and Parents 7Sage LSAT Prep Review Share Flipboard Email Print For Students and Parents Law School Applying to Law School Pre-Law Prep Surviving Law School Homework Help Private School Test Prep College Admissions College Life Graduate School Business School Distance Learning View More by Steve Schwartz Steve Schwartz is a professional LSAT instructor and the founder of LSAT Blog. Updated January 02, 2020 Table of Contents Expand The Pros and Cons What’s Included 7Sage's Strengths 7Sage's Weaknesses Pricing 7Sage vs. Princeton Review Final Verdict 7Sage LSAT Prep is ideal for students on a budget who prefer self-study rather than attending in-person classes. The program was developed by two Harvard Law graduates who wanted to help students prepare for the LSAT with an inexpensive price tag. Courses range from $179 to $749 and cover a variety of studying options, including one of the largest LSAT online libraries, real released LSAT questions and exams, digital testing with self-proctoring tools, detailed analytics, progress tracking, detailed explanations, and personalized study plans. We tested 7Sage’s LSAT Prep to see how effective their online self-learning programs really are. The Pros and Cons Pros Cons Very affordable priceLarge library of LSAT contentOn-demand learningPersonalized study plansFree trial and 14-day Money Back GuaranteeProgress tracking and detailed feedback No tutorsNo in-person learningNo in-class proctored practice examsNo Higher Score Guarantee What’s Included This LSAT prep program is popular for its tech-driven study materials that allow students to study anytime and anywhere. Although it has no in-class or live LSAT lessons, 7Sage ensures that its features are accessible to any student with an internet connection, so those who are motivated can achieve high scores on the LSAT. Diagnostic Evaluation Each student is given a basic study plan that can be tailored to their needs and schedule. Depending on the subscription, a study plan can be created based on the material given in that specific course. Students can also tailor it to their preferred start and end date. 7Sage also divides the LSAT material into different sections based on the difficulty level. As students work through the courses, the levels will gradually advance, ensuring that they grasp specific concepts before learning new ones. 400+ Lessons 7Sage has one of the biggest libraries of LSAT material and students are given unlimited access to it. These lessons are all online and available 24/7 and include 50+ hours of video lessons, 4,000 practice questions, printable practice questions, and tutorials. There are also video explanations for the LSAT exams, individual LSAT questions, and Logic Games. Detailed explanations help students learn exactly why answer choices are wrong or right. Multiple Learning Methods During the program, students are taught a few key methods to help them learn the material for each section of the LSAT exam. These methods are Blind Review (Logical Reasoning), Fool-Proof (Logic Games), and the Memory Method (RC). The Blind Review Method helps students with their reasoning skills and indicate what areas they need to work on the most. The Fool-Proof Method teaches students to memorize how inferences in Logic Games are determined. The Memory Method is based around drills that train students on how to read consciously and retain the information for Reading Comprehension. Real, Released LSAT Tests and Questions All of the practice exams and questions are 100 percent real, released LSAT questions. Each of 7Sage’s programs gives access to a selection of these tests and questions. For instance, with the LSAT Starter, students get 10 LSAT exams and an easy problem set with 300+ questions. With LSAT Ultimate+, students get 91 LSAT exams and easy, medium, and hard problem sets with 1,900+ questions. Detailed Analytics Students can keep track of their progress throughout the program with detailed analytics. It monitors and saves practice score exams so users can see where they're improving and which areas they need to work on. There is also a dashboard monitor that allows students to easily view this information. Discussion Board 7Sage has an active discussion board that students can join for peer support. Many students post there daily, with questions on the LSAT and law school applications in general. So, although there is no tutoring, this is a way for students to get more insight into any questions they have regarding the LSAT. It also gives students a chance to become part of an active community and find others to connect with, who are going through similar situations. 7Sage's Strengths 7Sage’s strengths lie in its 24/7 online accessibility and large library of resources. Library of Resources Every program on 7Sage gives access to its huge library of content. This includes 400 lessons with over 50 hours of video instruction, thousands of practice questions, tutorials, and detailed video explanations of LSAT questions and PrepTest PDFs. On-Demand Learning Because there are no in-class requirements and all resources are available online, 7Sage allows for on-demand learning. Students can study whenever and wherever they want. This is a big benefit for those who have busy schedules and are always on the move. It also allows students to study at their own pace and focus more on areas they are struggling with. Technology All of 7Sage’s study materials and practice exams are accessible online from a computer, smartphone, or tablet. This means no extra books or papers that need to be carried around and easy accessibility. Students can study on their phone while on a bus, on their tablet while waiting for class, or in the coffee shop on their laptop. Technology-driven lessons also mean learning is always available. 7Sage's Weaknesses Being a technology-driven program, LSAT does have a few weaknesses, especially for students who benefit from face-to-face lessons. No Live In-Class Lessons Everything students need is online, which means that there are no in-person lessons. Students that learn better in a classroom environment might have a harder time learning from only online videos. This also means that students can’t ask questions on the spot. While 7Sage does have video explanations, direct teacher explanations are not available. No Tutors 7Sage does not have any tutors or coaching programs. One-on-one coaching can be a great resource for those that need more in-depth help. It’s also beneficial for those that understand concepts better when they can talk it out with someone. With this program, users that have trouble understanding something will have to find the answer in the video explanations. No In-Person Proctored Practice Exams Lack of in-person resources means that there is also no in-person proctored practice exams. 7Sage does have practice exams with self-proctoring tools, however, no in-class practice exams mean no chance to practice in a test-taking environment. There are many stressors that occur during test-taking, many of which are beyond student control (ie. room noises), and in-class practice exams offer students the chance to experience these stressors and prepare for the actual exam. Pricing 7Sage makes studying for the LSAT extremely affordable. With the cheapest program starting at $179 and the most expensive at $749, students are sure to find a program that best fits their needs. 7Sage LSAT Starter Price: $179 Includes: 400+ lessons, 50+ video lessons, 100% real licensed LSAT questions and tests, digital tester, printable PDFs, personalized study schedule, detailed analytics, 1300+ LSAT question explanations, 10 LSAT exams with video explanation, easiest problem sets with 300+ LSAT questions, three months access (extendable). 7Sage LSAT Premium Price: $349 Includes: 400+ lessons, 50+ video lessons, 100% real licensed LSAT questions and tests, digital tester, printable PDFs, personalized study schedule, detailed analytics, 2700+ LSAT question explanations, 24 LSAT exams with video explanation, easy problem sets with 600+ LSAT questions, six months access (extendable). 7Sage LSAT Ultimate Price: $549 Includes: 400+ lessons, 50+ video lessons, 100% real licensed LSAT questions and tests, digital tester, printable PDFs, personalized study schedule, detailed analytics, 4100+ LSAT question explanations, 38 LSAT exams with video explanation, easy + medium problem sets with 1200+ LSAT questions, 12 months access (extendable). 7Sage LSAT Ultimate+ Price: $749 Includes: 400+ lessons, 50+ video lessons, 100% real licensed LSAT questions and test, digital tester, printable PDFs, personalized study schedule, detailed analytics, 7500+ LSAT question explanations, 72 LSAT exams with video explanation, 19 additional LSAT exams, easy + medium + hard problem sets with 1900+ LSAT questions, custom problem sets with 9000+ LSAT questions, $100 off Comprehensive Admissions Counseling, 18 months access (extendable). 7Sage vs. Princeton Review Unlike 7Sage, the Princeton Review’s programs focus more on in-person learning. While it does have a self-paced program, its other programs include 30 to 84 hours of class time and/or private tutors. Classes are kept small so that the student-to-teacher ratio is optimal for learning. The Princeton Review's programs also include full-length proctored exams, online content and practice tests, and questions. However, there is a limited amount of free additional resources like student forums or daily practice emails. It does not have a mobile app. In terms of pricing, it is slightly more expensive than 7Sage with the cheapest course starting at $799 and the most expensive course at $1,800. Final Verdict For students who prefer to self-teach or simply don’t have the time to attend in-class lectures, 7Sage gives them the resources to effectively study for the LSAT. 7Sage's large library of content, including practice exams, video lessons, and explanations, along with personalized study plans and detailed analytics, offer students enough resources to score high on their LSATs. This program is great for busy students on a budget who are willing to put in the time and effort into studying on their own. 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