Boston LSAT Classes

Kaplan LSAT Prep offers classes throughout the Boston area year-round. Online and offline courses range from $750-$1500. If you absolutely must get into Harvard Law, try the personal tutoring packages from $2600-$5000.

Proven track record: More people get into Boston College, Boston University, Suffolk or Harvard law school with a Kaplan LSAT Prep Course than with any other.
Personalized learning: Kaplan’s algorithms run in the background while you study to learn your patterns. You’ll get customized curricula based on your strengths and weaknesses.
Higher score guaranteed or your money back.
An intense LSAT bootcamp. Kaplan’s local courses already have more live instruction than any other in the industry. With LSAT Plus, you get three hours of one-on-one instruction with the top instructors.
Prep personalized to your timeline. Want to take the LSAT in six months or six weeks? No matter when you’re planning to take the test, your private tutor will create a comprehensive study plan targeting the material that will maximize your score.
No question unanswered. With the Kaplan LSAT Plus, you can review your practice tests, ask questions and get the guidance you need to boost your score come test day. In addition, you can target weak areas and get expert advice from your instructor.

LSAT Prep OnDemand

This low-cost option includes videos and content with no personal instruction.

Starting at $700 $799

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Kaplan LSAT Advantage Online Courses

LSAT course taught by an experienced Kaplan LSAT instructor in a virtual classroom.

Starting at $1200 $1299

Oct 23 - Dec 18, Sat: Times vary
Oct 23 - Mar 5, Sat: 1:00 - 3:00 PM
Oct 23 - Mar 5, Sat: 3:30 - 5:30 PM

Boston LSAT Tutor

Find an LSAT Tutor either in Boston or online.

Tutoring – 10 Hours $2300 $2399
Tutoring – 20 Hours $3200 $3299
Tutoring – 30 Hours $4000 $4099
Tutoring – 40 Hours $4900 $4999

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Kaplan has a test center located in Cambridge.

Boston LSAT Prep Classes

Take an LSAT classroom course in Boston, MA.

Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA

Harvard has an average LSAT score of 173. It is the oldest permanently operating law school in the United States and one of the world’s most prestigious.

The admissions rate is 17.9%, making it a highly competitive school (but not as competitive as Stanford or Yale). It’s not uncommon to be turned down by Yale and Stanford, but accepted to Harvard. The 1L drop out rate is very low at just 2.7%, proving that the hardest part is getting in.

Have your LSAT score and personal statement ready by the February 1st admissions deadline.

Boston University Law School
  • Average LSAT score of 164.
  • The average GPA is 3.58.
  • Boston University’s admissions rate is 37.9%, making it a competitive school.
  • The average starting salary of Boston University graduates is $145,000 in the private sector and $50,000 in the public sector.
  • Admissions deadline is April 1.
Northeastern Law School
  • Average LSAT score of 161.
  • Nationally for its law of public interest and cooperative legal education programs.
  • The admissions rate is 34.7%, making it a competitive school.
  • The average GPA is 3.53.
  • The average starting salary of graduates is $90,000 in the private sector and $45,000 in the public sector.