Join over 100,000 students who have chosen to study for the LSAT with 7Sage. Want a higher LSAT score? You need this app. It includes an LSAT course, proctor, scorer, video explanations, and more.
Master LSAT logic games with full HD video explaining the best approach to each and *every* logic game. Grade and track all your LSAT PrepTests. Make practice LSATs feel just like the real thing using the included proctor.
Perfect for LSAT prep - including complete logic game explanations, practice PrepTest score calculator to grade your exams with BlindReview™, and a realistic full-featured exam proctor.
• Digital tester to prep for new 2019 LSAT format
• Videos explaining *every* LSAT logic game
• Adjustable video playback speeds
• LSAT Scorer with Blind Review™
• Real LSAT proctoring instructions
• Thirteen different proctor voices
• Adjustable speed, noises, & distractions
• Discuss LSAT with 1000's of students
• Free account with LSAT lessons
Designed by two Harvard Law School grads, based on experience teaching thousands of students to outsmart the LSAT.
• Fixed: Audio from videos no long keep playing in the background when the screen has changed and the video isn't visible anymore
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Contrast mode not maintained during full-screen playback
Minor bug I found since I have the contrast mode on so the website is black — videos put into full-screen mode revert back to white backgrounds and black text. I think what would take this app to the next level is allowing offline viewing of the videos (maybe a similar setup to Netflix’s app that allows users to download episodes to their device up to however much storage available). Out of habit I go to the website via Safari on my iPad. Especially since the test is going digital, I think it would help make things a lot more accessible for tablet users like me who rely on WiFi for internet access, which I don’t always have when I’m trying to study outside of home. Otherwise, I don’t see much benefit/difference between using the app over the website. Maybe this could be a feature for just Ultimate+ students, give people more incentive to sign up for the most comprehensive package?
Disappointed with changes made
The material this course has to offer is solid in my opinion, but during the time I have been a student, both the option to freeze my account and to purchase a three-month extension was taken away. These were benefits available at the outset of my course, but one day they were unavailable when I was nearing the end of my course’s expiration when I couldn’t complete the course in time and thought I could rely on the benefits. I get this applying to new students (because it wouldn’t be a change for them) who didn’t expect these benefits, but I find it unfair to remove benefits that students had when first signing up. As I said the course material itself seems helpful, probably warrants 4 or 5 stars, but when considering that I felt my benefits were unfairly taken away, my overall rating of the course is considerably reduced.
Vital LSAT Resource
If you are in search of a resource that provides you with a clear, personalized structure and schedule; excellent foundational information; and individualized feedback, 7Sage is your best option. In the past, I used the Powerscore Bibles (in addition to other books and online resources) and 7Sage has been far more helpful. It is very interactive (descriptive videos of questions and their answers, chat forums, analytical feedback, messaging boards with experts, study tips, etc.). This allows you to get individualized advice more easily than in a physical or online classroom setting. Plus, you can access it on multiple devices (helpful for when you are on the go). Thanks 7Sage! You got me hooked on the LSAT.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.