LSAT Prep in Texas

Kaplan offers LSAT students several prep courses throughout Texas: Austin, Dallas, Arlington, Fort Worth, Houston, College Station, San Antonio and Lubbock. None of these locations within your reach? Try an online prep course or private tutor.

Proven credentials. Kaplan has been preparing Texas students for the LSAT since 1938.
Flexible course options that work for you. In addition to numerous local courses throughout Texas, Kaplan offers flexible online learning options — as part of a course or on-demand — and private tutoring. Study recommendations are customized to your practice test results, focused on the highest yielding material most relevant to you.
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Texas LSAT Prep Courses

LSAT Prep OnDemand

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

Starting at $700 $799

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Kaplan LSAT Advantage Online Courses

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

More local Texas classroom information:

LSAT Testing Center Locations in Texas

LSAT Test Center LocationJune 8, 2021July 13, 2021August 29, 2021October 3, 2021November 14, 2021
Abilene Christian UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Sul Ross State UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
University of Texas – ArlingtonyesNoyesNoyes
Austin Community CollegeyesNoyesNoyes
Huston – Tillotson UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
University of Texas at AustinyesNoyesNoyes
Lamar UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
West Texas A&M UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Texas A&M UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Texas A&M – CommerceyesNoyesNoyes
Texas A&M University – Corpus ChristiyesNoyesNoyes
Bill J. Priest InstituteyesNoyesNoyes
Southern Methodist UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
University of North TexasyesNoyesNoyes
University of Texas Rio Grande ValleyyesNoyesNoyes
University of Texas at El PasoyesNoyesNoyes
Texas A&M University School of LawyesNoyesNoyes
Galveston CollegeyesNoyesNoyes
Southwestern UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Jarvis Christian UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
South Texas College of LawyesNoyesNoyes
Texas Southern UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
University of HoustonyesNoyesNoyes
University of Houston – Clear LakeyesNoyesNoyes
University of Houston – DowntownyesNoyesNoyes
Sam Houston State UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
University of DallasyesNoyesNoyes
Southwestern Adventist UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Texas A&M – KingsvilleyesNoyesNoyes
Texas A&M International UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Texas Tech UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Collin Higher Education Center at Collin CollegeyesNoyesNoyes
Stephen F. Austin State UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Prairie View A&M UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Angelo State UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Our Lady of the Lake UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Saint Mary’s UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
University of Incarnate WordyesNoyesNoyes
University of Texas at San AntonioyesNoyesNoyes
Texas A&M University – TexarkanayesNoyesNoyes
College of the MainlandyesNoyesNoyes
Baylor UniversityyesNoyesNoyes
Midwestern State UniversityyesNoyesNoyes

Law schools in Texas

Law SchoolNat. RankAvg. LSATAccept. %Avg. Salary
University of Texas at Austin School of Law#1516721.9%$160,000
Southern Methodist University School of Law#4516141.4%$90,000
University of Houston Law Center#5015938.3%$101,000
Baylor Law School#5516029.0%$75,000
Texas A&M University School of Law#11115619.7%$60,000
Texas Tech University School of Law#12315454.3%$68,043
South Texas College of LawN/A15063.1%$80,000
St. Mary’s School of LawN/A15160.3%$65,500
Texas Southern University School of LawN/A14355.3%N/A

Rank according to U.S. News and World Report

Baylor Law School
  • Average LSAT score of 160.
  • The admissions rate is 30%, making it a moderately competitive law school.
  • The average GPA is 3.53.
  • The average starting salary of graduates is $75,000 in the private sector and $54,000 in the public sector.
  • The admissions deadline is March 15.