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NerdCoach’s LSAT Trainer is a video-game inspired study tool that makes LSAT test prep fun and portable. Designed by top LSAT instructors, NerdCoach trains you to score like a nerd!

What you get:

〉Four games that help you develop skills foundational for LSAT success:

Keyword Hunter – Trains you to pick keywords out of distracting text and explains the importance of each keyword in detail
Pro-Form Hunter – Trains you to pick pro-forms, which are critical to comprehension, out of distracting text
Can’t Jump This – Trains you to identify when you can and cannot jump to conclusions
Question Types – Trains you to identify Logical Reasoning question types

〉Explanations and tips for over 180 LSAT keywords
〉Over 400 sufficient/necessary training exercises in the “Can’t Jump This” game
〉Explanations for how to leverage the skills taught in this app into points on test day
〉Our support. Just send feedback and questions to us via the web submission form at www.nerdcoach.com. We’re determined to make the best LSAT study app for the iPhone and appreciate your feedback!


Benefits:

Study On The Go

LSAT books are heavy and official questions on your phone are useless unless you have scratch paper. We've designed the games in LSAT Trainer so that you can get quality studying done without any books or scratch paper. All you need is your iPhone or iPad and your attention.  

Make Every Minute Count

LSAT Trainer games are potent 1-minute study sessions. So whether it's three minutes in line at your favorite coffee shop, five minutes waiting for your friend to meet you at dinner, or fifteen minutes during your subway commute, LSAT Trainer enables you to sharpen your LSAT skills anywhere, anytime. You don't have time to waste and NerdCoach helps make every minute count. 

Target and Drill Key LSAT Skills

You can improve your jump-shot by playing in basketball games, but isn't it more effective to practice jump-shots on their own? Similarly, you can eventually develop foundational LSAT skills by practicing official questions, but you can achieve score improvement more quickly and effectively by targeting and drilling foundational skills in isolation. The games in NerdCoach's LSAT Trainer are designed to drill users on essential, yet commonly overlooked LSAT skills. In our experience tutoring LSAT students, honing these skills leads to rapid score improvement.  

Supplement Your Class

You invested a lot of money in your LSAT prep course, but do you feel like you’re making the progress you need? Prep courses are useful, but they don't teach everything you need to score well on the LSAT. NerdCoach's LSAT Trainer drills you in essential skills in a way that your class won't. You can't afford to rely on your class only – there's too much at stake!

Have Fun

The games included in NerdCoach’s LSAT Trainer are designed like video games. In fact, they're fun enough that even people not studying for the LSAT find them enjoyable! You've got to study for the test; you might as well do it in a way that's both fun and effective.


Please send us your feedback via our web submission form at www.nerdcoach.com. We’re determined to make the best LSAT study app for the iPhone!

What’s New

Version 2.0.3

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

-Database update

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

stargrl678 ,

Very useful

I really like the fact that this app has short games so that I can pick it up whenever I have a spare minute! I can already notice a change in my thinking.
My only objection is that I wish that it would give me the answer to the question that is on the screen when the timer goes off.

jwpdx ,

Good concept but inconsistent and has logic errors

My biggest problem with this app is that it has logic errors in the Can’t Jump This activity. There aren’t a lot of errors, but they are bad enough to really mess you up for LR on the LSAT.

Example:

Left side: The species survived the meteor strike.

Right side: The species did not go extinct.

The app says you can jump this (that you can logically conclude the right side based on knowing the left side). But in LSAT Land, no, you cannot. Just because the species survived the meteor strike doesn’t mean it didn’t go extinct for some other reason. This is exactly the type of error they hope you’ll make, and this app encourages you to make it.

I’m sure this sounds like nitpicking - that they only meant the species didn’t go extinct from the meteor strike. Well, the LSAT excels at nitpicking and you cannot assume this narrow scope for the info on the right side.

Developer Response ,

Hi jwpdx - thanks for your note. You’re right about this example. It should be clarified to be more specific and say “the species did not go extinct as a result of the meteor strike.” We have updated this question and the correction will roll out in the next update. If you have noticed any other errors, could you please let us know, either here or by emailing us at hello@nerdcoach? It’s our goal to make sure the app is 100% accurate!

TerribleTestTaker ,

Great app!

I was skeptical at first for an LSAT app but when I found nerd coach I was pleasantly surprised. The games made learning almost addicting. I highly recommend this app to anyone who wants some extra help with studying for the LSAT.

App Privacy

The developer, NerdCoach LLC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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