Stetson University

LSAT® Prep Course

The Office of Continuing Education has partnered with Blackstone Prep to provide LSAT preparatory courses. Blackstone's highly experienced instructors have been teaching law and/or LSAT prep for more than 15 years. They have taken every published LSAT. They have diagramed over 2,000 analytical reasoning questions, analyzed over 2,400 reading comprehension questions and dissected over 4,000 logical reasoning questions. Blackstone Instructors utilize only published LSAT exams. They have collaboratively written all of the background material, explanations and test tips in our comprehensive materials package. Their insights and strategies have been developed through years of focused LSAT instruction and are continuously updated.

To ensure that our students get the time and personal attention they need, each course is limited to 20 new students. Instructors are available for extra help before class, after class and by appointment. Additional help is just a phone call away as the university's director of Student Services is available every weekday. They have successfully instructed and advised over 10,000 students and taught over 3,000 LSAT classes, application seminars and pre-law workshops. As a Blackstone student, you decide how much instruction you need and when you are ready to take the LSAT. Your success is assured because 98 percent of our graduates improve their LSAT scores by more than eight points and are accepted to law school. Blackstone Prep provides free diagnostic exams to help you prepare for the exam.

The current course is being offered for students preparing to take the exam on September 27, 2014. The class will be held on Stetson University's DeLand campus in Flagler Hall room TBA. The course, which is a comprehensive 40-hour program, costs $795 and includes materials. It is offered in partnership with Blackstone LSAT Prep and Phi Alpha Delta.


If you have questions about the course or about registration, please call the Office of Continuing Education at 386-822-7500 or email If you have questions about the LSAT, please call 407-306-7800.

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