Today's side deal gets you one step closer to swinging the gavel on the bench, dinner table, airplane, and anywhere else that calls for your superior jurisprudence. For $65, you get a practice LSAT from Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions, a $132 value. You must register by Friday, May 14; testing occurs on Friday, May 28, at four locations around DC: American University, Georgetown University, Northern Virginia Community College, and Montgomery College's Takoma Park campus. Each location is also the exact location in which the real LSAT test will be held on the following weekend, providing an authentic experience.
Kaplan's ersatz LSAT duplicates the details and terrors of the real test, including the fingerprinting, steely proctors, and nearly impossible-to-open testing booklet. After the test, you'll be able to go online to see your score breakdown, compare your results and bubble-filling-out abilities with other test takers, and get detailed explanations for every question. Unlike the real test, however, Kaplan will not make your recurring dream come true by forcing you to take the test using only finger paints to fill in your answers.