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Whatever u do, do not make any purchases, and don’t reply to texts from the owner. They will take months to give a refund/ cancel your service if you do. Had to deal with them in addition to law school application stress and it was a NIGHTMARE! Also be prepared to be SPAMMED with texts, calls, emails etc, whatever they can to get you to make a purchase. Literally vultures. If I could give zero stars I would.
I am so glad there expert out there like you guys. Otherwise, I will be lost in the LSAT world. Keep up the good work.
You’ll be spammed with texts and calls. Some of them can get rude too if you don’t reply to their texts things like “should I take the silence as a sign you won’t be taking the lsat soon?” No the silence is please stop texting and calling me when I never asked for this. I deleted the app hopefully it stops. I just wanted to use this app as a way of looking at a question or two if I’m on the move to stay in practice any time I had a free moment. But that’s clearly not what they have in mind for it. Do something else if you are studying and want an app for quizzes, this is not worth it. If all of that wasn’t bad enough, after doing some digging about this company and after blocking many phone numbers even AFTER opting out of push marketing on the app (the devs claim this will stop them contacting you, surprise, it won’t). Turns out the founder and people working for this company were banned from the lsat subreddit for creating fake accounts to give fake positive reviews, there’s many threads about it and googling this company won’t get you too many results. I’m assuming many of these reviews are faked as well. On Amazon the book this guy has written “road to 180” has loads of negative reviews saying it’s just a glorified add for this app. Ironically the founder didn’t get a 180 on the lsat. Please also notice that on the App Store the only reason it appears at the top of the recommended is because it’s a paid for add, not because it’s a good app. There’s already so much controversy surrounding this company from predatory marketing practices to not refunding tutor sessions that didn’t end up happening. DO NOT use this app, get a powerscore bible or take a Princeton review course. These people are scam artists taking advantage of students and other law school hopefuls attempting to better their lives. Shameful truly.
Finally, a test prep for Law School applicants striving for 170+!! Thanks to Mehran and the team my goals of Harvard are possible.
The Kaplan LSAT Prep Plus book was far more beneficial than LSATMAX and it did not cost 1,500 dollars! They text message you into oblivion and then when you tell them the truth, they offer no alternatives to satisfy the situation. I would not recommend this program to anyone.
They collect a bunch of emails from pre-law students offering some fake internship that pays unbelievably well and then make them review their app and podcast as part of the “application process”. Very disingenuous and unethical.
The course itself is really good. They offer live instructors every day through office hours and it is very intuitive to use. However the app is extremely buggy. I click to open a lesson and it crashes. I try to access old office hours and it crashes. I click the message board and it freezes for like 5 minutes. If you take the course on a computer it works great. But if you are trying to do a daily drill on your free time or work somewhere without a computer you will likely crash out of the app.
There are tons of great features on this app including daily drills, 85 practice tests, access to discussion forums, and (occasional) step-by-step directions on how to solve a problem. My problem isn’t with what the app has to offer, the app’s great. The instructors explained things so poorly that I had to go to free forums and other test prep websites to get a decent explanation. I understand that the instructors went to Harvard but I didn’t and need some things dumbed down for me if I am to understand them. Others seemed to have a different experience and that’s great. I’m happy it worked out for them. All I’m saying is that you should test out the other options before you jump all in and commit to this one.
I take the LSAT this weekend and I think my score will reflect improvement. Though, admittedly I found the free Khan Academy course made with LSAC to be significantly more accessible and better at pinpointing focus areas than LSATMax, and as a result, I used it significantly more and attribute my improvement to Khan rather than LSATMax. The app and website are not as advertised. First, the free LSAT prep test is really just a gimmick to get you to buy more materials, and then when you do, the test prep is a gimmick to get you to spend even more money on tutors. They will call you and text you repeatedly to try and sell you tutoring time as if you won’t be successful without it, basically undercutting the value of the initial service they sold you on. The “textbooks” are just EXACTLY the questions that are shown in the videos. There is no content aside from the questions and you have to use the textbooks with the videos to actually learn anything. Otherwise they are just books filled with practice questions. The text in the videos is tiny and difficult to read as if they are using an old overhead projector instead of retyping questions into a reasonably sized and accessible font, so in that sense, the “textbooks” are helpful except that they are poorly bound and some of the text is covered by the binding so you can’t read it. There are NOT detailed analytics as pictured in the App Store. At least not any that are directly helpful without you doing your own math. After a practice test you get a breakdown of how well you did on each question type but there is no total nor is there a comparison to other tests. You’ll have to do that comparison on your own. There are no charts or graphs, only the percentage of correct answers. In addition, questions left unanswered don’t show up in the analysis at all. The widgets available for iPhone don’t actually populate data and the linear list of study topics is not user friendly and is immediately overwhelming. In contrast, the Khan LSAT prep course not only pinpoints where you need to improve but moves you through targeted practice so that you do work specifically in problem areas. And did I mention it’s free?! In LSATMax, there not a clear list to show which previous LSATs are used for the practice sessions on lessons, so no way to be sure you aren’t skewing a score if you decide to take a practice test somewhere else, or didn’t start from ground zero on LSATMax. The Khan course tells you exactly which LSAT test each practice test and the diagnostic test is, and which tests make up the practice and lessons. This was helpful so that I could be sure I didn’t repeat material and inadvertently skew my score. The biggest “benefit” to LSATMax is not a benefit exclusive to LSATMax. It’s the 84 prep tests. These can be purchased directly from LSAC (LSAT Prep +) and used on a platform which is actually designed to match that of the actual test interface. The interface of LSATMax is clunky if you need to zoom and doesn’t allow highlighting of text. It does allow you to take the test in the new Flex format (3 sections) which is something that the Khan course does not offer. Additionally, the prep tests in LSATMax are newer than those in the Khan course, although you actually pay for LSAC’s Prep + course to get access to these newer tests, so it’s not actually a benefit of LSATMax. I would recommend trying out the Khan Academy course recommended by LSAC and spending the $100 to get LSAC Prep +. This will give you access to targeted practice as well as the most recent prep tests and won’t cost you a fortune or loop you into the sales pitch for LSATMax tutoring. If you don’t like Khan, give LSATMax a try. It doesn’t have tons of bells and whistles and certainly feels like a bit of a marketing ploy, but it might be worth it if it works for you. Good luck! P.S. You do get a “free” t-shirt when you purchase LSATMax, but it will turn you into a walking advertisement.
First off all of the recent reviews of LSATMax are 1 star should that should be your first sign! Second, It is ridiculous that in a global pandemic this company will not issue refunds on UNUSED tutoring hours. I bought three hours of private tutoring and was unable to utilize ANY of them before my test date due to certain events and when I inquired about a refund I was told under no circumstance would they give me my money back. In a time where people are picking lint out of their pockets, I think it is disgusting that this company would STEAL $300 of hard-earned money when A SERVICE WASN'T EVEN RENDERED. How can LSATMax maintain the belief that they care about their customers and that they are the #1 LSAT prep company on the market but WILL REFUSE to offer a refund when I purchased a service that I can not and will not be able to use because I have already taken my LSAT. I am not in the business of giving FREE money when there are people in desperate need right now. If other LSAT prep companies offer refunds then why isn't LSATMax? I will be sure to let others know to seek other prep companies just in case unforeseeable events happen down the line and they need to be accommodated for such.