LSAT Preparation

We recognize that as every year passes the law schools in which our students have an interest increase their dependence upon the LSAT score as the primary criteria for acceptance. We strongly recommend that you take a minimum of three practice tests, one by the end of your sophomore year and two more in the fall semester of your junior year, before taking the LSAT. Ursinus sponsors a full day preparatory course in the fall semester of your junior year. Ursinus offers two private LSAT preparatory courses on campus. You are strongly urged to participate in one of these courses. If a student has maintained a high GPA, has been an active member of the Pre-Legal Society, and has taken three practice LSATs the College may provide some financial aid to offset the cost of the LSAT prep course.