PowerScore gives away more free LSAT resources than any other LSAT company. Why do we do it? Because we hope you’ll see the very high quality of what we do, and then if you do choose to take a prep course, tutor, or buy a book, we’ll be in your thoughts. And if you don’t, that’s okay too! Maybe you’ll mention us to a friend. Let’s look at all the free LSAT help we offer.
All the Free Resources
- Free Webinars — PowerScore regularly runs free LSAT webinars, and we cover important topics such as Conditional Reasoning, Causal Reasoning, Common Flaws, Basic Linear Games, and Templates in Logic Games, and many more.
- LSAT Discussion Forum — We have explanations for thousands of LSAT questions on our Forum. We also answer questions about LSAT methods, strategy, and preparation. If you want answers, this is the place to be!
- LSAT Blog — We post articles about LSAT preparation and test mentality on our blog regularly. Plus discussions of changes to the LSAT and its policies, as well as law admissions information. Equally valuable are the comments on each blog, where we offer our insights into specific questions from students.
- The PowerScore LSAT PodCast — Join world-class LSAT experts Dave Killoran and Jon Denning as they make the LSAT feel fun. They cover developments in the LSAT world and dive deep into important LSAT and admissions topics.
- PowerScore Free Help Area — Dozens of LSAT articles are available on our Free Help site. We cover everything from LSAT basics to specifics of each section.
- Self-Study Site with Free Study Plans and Test Scoring — When you are preparing on your own, you need a good study plan. We have 7 different plans available based on how much time you have until the test. And, when you take practice LSATs, you can put them into our system for a full analytical breakdown.
- Twitter — If you are looking for breaking LSAT news, follow our CEO and author of the LSAT Bibles, Dave Killoran. And follow our main company account for regular updates and special offers, PowerScore.