Included in STEPS?
1. Student Study Manual
The Student Study Manual contains day-by-day instructions
on what to do, for a two month period. It includes: doing timed
sections, diagnostics, using the advanced
strategies on the online forum. Its main purpose is to provide
a highly structured daily approach that students studying
independently often lack. Delivered as a printable electronic file.
STEPS is based on the Barron's LSAT Prep Book, capturing
the advanced insights that Jay Cutts has developed in over
24 years of working with thousands of prelaw students. (Book purchased
2. Audio Library
The most powerful tool in STEPS! Close to 300
tutorials on actual LSAT questions. Audio recordings of one-on-one
tutorials on actual LSAT questions conducted by Jay Cutts with prelaw students.
Provides in-depth analysis of common errors and teaches problem-solving
strategies. These recordings give you the benefit of one-on-one
coaching with one of the top LSATexperts without
the cost or personal coaching.
3. Solution of the Week
A weekly email that includes a detailed explanation
of how to solve an actual LSAT question. Solutions reinforce
the strategies taught in the Barron's book.
4. Buddy System
Opt-in system that pairs two people, in the same location
if possible. Each is responsible for making sure the other is keeping up
with their studying. The rationale for the Buddy System is that you are
likely to be more conscientious when you are responsible for helping someone
5. Booklet - How to Get Accepted to Law School
Our comprehensive, free booklet on the admissions process
and writing an effective personal statement, based on Jay
Cutts' 24+ years of coaching students on admissions.
6. Access to Advanced Help
Students have access to a network of experienced LSAT tutors
who can be hired at a moderate hourly rate through a major national test
prep tutoring agency. Students who feel that they need additional
personal attention can work with a tutor of their choice for individualized
STEPS does not receive any money from tutors. You make your own arrangements
7. Optional On-Campus or Local LSAT Class with Proctor's Manual
Students or advisors on a campus can use the Proctor's Manual to organize
their own classroom-based LSAT class from 3 to 8 weeks
or longer. The program is run by the students themselves or by a proctor
assigned by a prelaw advisor. The proctor need not be an LSAT instructor.
The Proctor's Manual provides full instructions for organizing
each classroom session, including running diagnostic tests,
strategy review and practice, timing
review, and peer tutoring. The Manual is delivered
as a printable electronic file.
The Proctor's Manual can also be used by students off campus who are in
the same location and want to form a self-organized classroom prep program.
8. Online Dashboard, Forum, and Progress Report System
The online forum allows students locally and around the country to chat,
interact, ask questions, and help each other. The online reporting
system helps you keep track of your progress. School locator
helps you find schools where you'll be competitive.