North Carolina LSAT Classes

Kaplan offers North Carolina students local LSAT Prep Courses in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Chapel Hill, Durham and Charlotte. Don’t live near these locations? Try an online course or a private tutor.

For nearly 80 years, Kaplan has been preparing prospective law students for the LSAT with flexible and comprehensive learning options. Kaplan has sent more students to UNC Chapel Hill and Duke law schools than any other prep course.
Find what works for you with one of Kaplan’s adaptive learning options: (1) a local LSAT Prep Course, (2) online — either as a class or on-demand, (3) with a private tutor.
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North Carolina: LSAT Prep Courses

LSAT Prep OnDemand

Kaplan (site sponsor) offers a low-cost option that includes videos and content with no personal instruction.

$100 off Self-Study

Starting at $799 (or $399 + $199 per month)

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Kaplan LSAT Advantage Online Courses

Interact with expert teachers who deliver comprehensive instruction in a live, online classroom.

$200 off Kaplan Courses

Kaplan LSAT Advantage Online Courses

07/11 - 08/29  Sat
07/13 - 08/05  Mon, Wed
07/13 - 08/05  Mon, Wed
07/13 - 08/31  Mon
07/14 - 08/06  Tue, Thu
07/14 - 08/06  Tue, Thu
07/14 - 08/15  Tue, Sat
07/14 - 09/01  Tue

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North Carolina LSAT Classes

Benefit from in-person, comprehensive instruction from expert teachers at a classroom location near you.

$200 off Kaplan Courses (Zoom classes until September due to Covid19)

1834 Wake Forest Rd: Winston Salem, NC 27109
09/01 - 09/24 T, Th

2812 Erwin Rd: Durham, NC 27705
09/02 - 09/30 M, W

308 W. Rosemary: Chapel Hill, NC 27516
09/22 - 11/10 T

3800 Hillsborough Street: Raleigh, NC 27607
09/13 - 11/08 Su

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North Carolina LSAT Tutor

LSAT Tutor offers the personalized preparation available with an expert tutor guiding you one-on-one.

$200 off Kaplan Tutoring

Tutoring – 15 Hours $2,599
Tutoring – 25 Hours $3,699
Tutoring – 35 Hours $4,799

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LSAT Testing Locations in North Carolina

LSAT Test Center LocationJune 8, 2020July 13, 2020August 29, 2020October 3, 2020November 14, 2020
University of North Carolina – AshevilleyesNoyesNoyes
Belmont Abbey CollegeyesNoyesNoyes
Appalachian State UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
North Carolina Elite Career Service CenteryesNoyesNoyes
Charlotte School of LawyesNoyesNoyes
Johnson C. Smith UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
North Carolina Central UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Elizabeth City State UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Fayetteville State UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
East Carolina UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
North Carolina State UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Shaw UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
University of North Carolina – WilmingtonyesNoyesNoyes
Wake Forest UniversityyesNoyesNoyes

Law schools in North Carolina

Law SchoolNat. RankAvg. LSATAccept. %Avg. Salary
Duke University School of Law#1116923.3%$160,000
University of North Carolina School of Law#3816144.6%$100,000
Wake Forest University School of Law#4016155.6%$75,000
Campbell University School of Law#14415262%$50,000
North Carolina Central University School of LawN/A14547.2%N/A
Elon University School of LawN/A14747%$50,000
Charlotte School of LawN/A14265%N/A
Wake Forest Law School
Wake Forest Law School Best LSAT Prep Courses
  • Average LSAT score of 161 (83.4 percentile).
  • The admissions rate is 56.1%, making it a somewhat competitive school.
  • The average GPA is 3.55.
  • The average starting salary of graduates is $75,000 in the private sector and $52,500 in the public sector.
  • The admissions deadline is March 15.
Campbell Law School
Campbell Law School Best LSAT Prep Courses
  • Average LSAT score of 152.
  • The admissions rate is 62%, making it a somewhat competitive law school.
  • The average GPA is 3.24.
  • The average starting salary of graduates is $50,000 in the private sector and $45,000 in the public sector.
  • The admissions deadline is May 1.