LSAT Apps Worth The Download

Free and Paid LSAT Apps to Help You Get Ready for the Big Day!

LSAT Apps Worth The Download

Everyone has his or her own method of preparing for the LSAT. Some people prefer books – they buy them so they can study in the library or at their kitchen table at a set time. Others will register for LSAT classes or take free practice LSAT tests online. But there is a growing number of people who prefer to prepare for standardized tests like the LSAT on their iPhones, iPads and iPods with LSAT apps. If this is you, then take a look at these LSAT apps which have been reviewed for your preparation pleasure. Enjoy!

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Maker: TestMax, Inc.

Use With: iPad and iPhone

User Ranking: 4.5/5 stars

Price: Free, with in-app purchases ranging from $0.99 for one test section to $499.99 for the whole course.

Key Features (of the free download):

  • 50+ hours of whiteboard style video lessons
  • June 2007 LSAT with answer explanations (100 questions)
  • Thousands of homework questions with explanations
  • Accessibility to 99th percentile instructors through message boards


Why Buy? You want high-quality instruction and can afford a few in-app purchases of $7.99 or more to make your download really worth it. Plus, you want something you can take with you and prep whenever you have a free second.

LSAT Trainer – Nerd Coach


Maker: NerdCoach, LLC.

Use With: iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch

User Ranking: 4.5/5 stars

Price: $4.99

Key Features:

  • Video game inspired study tool to improve foundational skills
  • Four different games to improve your skills: Keyword Hunter (pick keywords out of distracting text), Pro-Form Hunter (pick pro-forms out of distracting text), Can't Jump This (identify when you can and cannot jump to conclusions and Question Types (identify logical reasoning question types)
  • Explanations and tips for 180 LSAT keywords
  • Over 400 sufficient/necessary training games on Can't Jump This
  • 1-minute study sessions so you can train anywhere on the go


Why Buy? First of all, it's an inexpensive download. There are no in-app purchases of hundreds of dollars for you to use the app. Secondly, it's a foundational skills app, targeting areas of your brain that are tested without actually boring you with hundreds of practice questions. It's kinda like working on the form of your jump shot vs. practicing everything for the basketball game. It's probably best used as a supplemental tool for an LSAT prep book or course.

LSAT Proctor Anywhere


Maker: Kaplan

Use With: iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch

User Ranking: 4/5 stars

Price: Free

Key Features:

  • 1 Full-length exam, LSAC prep test, single section and custom timing modes
  • Proctor announcements just like you'd hear on test day
  • Ambient sounds that you'll hear on test day like sneezing, whispering, coughing, scribbling, flipping pages, and more.
  • Pause and resume the timer while in testing mode


Why Buy? Sure, there aren't thousands of questions on this LSAT app, but this is less of a traditional test prep aid and more like a real life testing experience creator. If you want to try to create the testing experience as fully as is possible, then working through the practice questions that are offered on the test is a great idea. Plus, since the app is from Kaplan, one of the top test prep companies in the world, you know it's going to be good.

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Maker: Malyshev Edusys, LLC.

Use With: iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch

User Ranking: 4/5 stars

Price: $9.99 with in-app purchases ranging from $0.99 for test explanations to $13.99 for additional LSAT tests.

Key Features:

  • June 2007 LSAT exam
  • Ability to practice separate test sections or take the test at one time
  • Draw diagrams as you work through problems with the whiteboard
  • LSAT proctor tool usage. Just like Kaplan's app above, this app features a proctor tool so you can add disturbing sounds, varying their degree and intensity, and practice remaining calm and focused in the midst of turmoil!
  • Determine your strongest and weakest areas and get tips and recommendations for the amount of time to spend on each test question based on your strengths.
  • Law school info including a tool that helps you calculate your chances of getting into one of the top law schools by inputting things like GPA, LSAT score, etc.


Why Buy? You want a lot of bang for your buck. Even if you purchase many of the in-app purchases, you'll still come out ahead of many LSAT prep courses. This app has a lot of features – more than what I actually mentioned – and can help you maximize your testing time while you're running errands, waiting for the bus or standing in line.