Custom Study Plans
Not sure how to self-prep effectively?
Self-prep works great for many students, but it can be difficult to know exactly what to work on. Khan Academy is a good (free!) start, but isn’t enough for most students. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the sheer amount of LSAT prep material out there, or if you want to make sure you’re actually making progress when you study, you’ll benefit from a custom study plan telling you EXACTLY what you should be working on.
What is a custom study plan?
Your plan will be tailor-made for you, taking into account your prep so far, your score goals, and your schedule. We’ll make sure the plan aggressively targets your goals, but we’ll also make sure it’s actually doable given your schedule.
Depending on your own needs, your study plan may include:
- A daily schedule
- Priorities of the week
- Instructions for how to review
- Links to additional resources
- Accountability checks
Study plans can be customized to draw on any books or course materials you may already be using.
Custom study plans are a FREE bonus for all one-on-one and small group tutoring students.
For other students, you’ll get two custom study plans each month, each covering two weeks of self-prep. Between each study plan, we’ll check in to see what’s working and what needs to be adjusted in the next study plan. That way, you’ll always have a plan customized to exactly what you need.
A study plan is no good if it’s not tailored specifically to what you need or how you learn. We’ll create a study plan that targets your biggest areas of opportunity using materials you have access to. We’ll also format it as a day-by-day plan (if you need the structure) or as a list of priorities (if you need the flexibility).
Your study plan will cover up to two weeks of recommendations for your self-study. More than that, and it’s too easy to let yourself slip. A two week time frame forces you to check in which gives you some much needed accountability. It also gives us a chance to see what is going well, what needs another round of practice, and how we should adjust the plan going forward.
Self-study is the cheapest way to prep, but it can be tough to know exactly where to start and exactly how you should be studying. Custom study plans can give you the guidance you need before you decide to give up on self-study. It can also be a great way to learn whether investing in a course or tutor would be best for you.
Ready to get started?
Ready to get started on the path towards a higher LSAT score?
Please fill out the form on the left with information about where you are currently at in your LSAT prep. I’ll be in touch to contact you for the next steps!