Free Online Resources to Help You Crush the LSAT

You’re probably inundated by targeted ads for expensive courses and LSAT prep resources. Do you feel daunted by the fact that you can’t possibly purchase all the prep books? 

Fortunately, free resources on the internet abound, and we’ve picked a few of our favorites that are helpful and comprehensive—check them out as you get ready to hit the books!

The LSAC website provides a free sample test and scoring guide, and last year collaborated on a free course with Khan Academy. Last year, Khan academy’s resource was incredibly popular among first-time test-takers from marginalized backgrounds, and boasts tens of thousands of users per month--a huge leap toward making law school more accessible. The program diagnoses user strengths and personalizes a practice plan for you, and includes Khan Academy’s signature video content as well as articles to prepare you for every type of question you’ll encounter. 

Already exhausted everything available on Khan Academy? Here are a few more great resources to check out: 

In addition to their purchasable options, Kaplan provides a free starter pack as well as tools for preparing for the LSAT and aggregated LSAT prep events and opportunities. Magoosh also offers both free and paid options, and their free study guide is a must-have. Their blog is also a great place to keep up-to-date on dates and deadlines for the big test. 

LSAT Center has aggregated copious information and videos into a free 300-page LSAT course. Their website also includes a tool to help you find courses in your local area! You’ll find an incredible collection of video explanations, Law School application tips, and more at Velocity Test Prep, as well as a list of the top 50 law schools with key stats. And one final interactive online practice test can be found at 4Tests.

With all these resources at your fingertips, you’re equipped to succeed whether it’s your first or fifth time taking the LSAT. Happy studying!


Mackenzie