Why LEX for LSAT, Law School, and Bar Review Tutors & Classes?

The Problem: Standardless Companies Prepping Students for Standardized Tests

The standardized test preparation field is, unfortunately, not subject to any standards itself. For instance, unlike the public school system—which at least requires that teachers obtain a teaching credential—literally anyone can start a "test prep" company and begin "teaching" people how to take the LSAT or the bar exam.

Because of this standardlessness, the industry is now flooded with companies founded and operated by non-lawyers who never graduated from—or even attended—law school. Many (if not most) of the teachers and tutors working for these companies are also non-lawyers who have little or no teaching experience and less-than-stellar standardized test scores.

The Solution: LEX Law Prep | Your Law Partner for Life

LEX Law Prep™ stands in stark contrast to such a landscape. The LEX Integrated Law Program™ is the work of highly qualified lawyer-teachers who have demonstrated examination prowess at all levels of the process of becoming a lawyer. Moreover, LEX does not merely disappear from view the moment a single step, such as the LSAT or MPRE, has been taken. Rather, LEX provides end-to-end partnership with each student-lawyer member, throughout law school and throughout his or her career in law.

Visit our LSAT Prep page to see how LEX's standards for LSAT teachers lead the industry. Check out our BarRev Bar Review page to see how our programs teach at levels that other courses omit.

And if you're still not convinced that LEX is for you, be sure to check out the LEX member Testimonials page to see what other LEX members are saying.

What our students are saying

"You're truly a great teacher and mentor. Your students... are all very lucky to have you."

~ Notre Dame, LSAPP® Law School Bootcamp Student

"You saved me that morning from an emotional breakdown!"

~ Southwestern, BarRev™ California Bar Exam Private Tutoring Student

"You are the best tutor I've ever had."

~ Vanderbilt, LSAT Private Tutoring Student