A Super-Charged LSAT Self-Prep Program from BARRON'S Author Jay Cutts

Getting Started

After You've Paid on Paypal

1. Enter your personal information on the link contained in your Paypal receipt. You will then be directed to log in to your Dashboard. The Dashboard is where you'll keep track of your progress. Feel free to come back to it periodically to check in.

2. On your Dashboard you have access to all of the other materials for the STEPS program: the Student Manual, the Proctor's Manual, the booklet How to Get Accepted to Law School, and information about your Solution of the Week, the Audio Library, the online forum, and options for advanced help.


Your First Step

3. Download the Student Manual (from the Dashboard) and take a quick look at it.

The Student Manual has day by day assignments.

You don't have to use the manual every day. It's ok to start with Day 1, skip a few days, and then pick up with Day 2. The manual does all of the planning for you.

The Student Manual will give you small assignments that help you understand the Dashboard, so don't feel intimidated if the Dashboard looks a little intense at first.

Good luck and best wishes!

Your second step is to purchase your Barron's book and other materials.

Get your Barron's book and prep tests

STEPS is based on the advanced instruction in the Barron's LSAT Prep Book. The Barron's book is required. The book teaches you how to master the test. The STEPS program helps you organize your time, practice your new skills, and learn advanced tools.

You also need to get some of the actual LSAT exams published by Law Services. Some of these are used in the STEPS program and are recommended.

Click the button below to orders any book that you want to work with. Once you get the Barron's book, you can begin your studying!

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I used STEPS to the LSAT (created by Jay Cutts, author of the Barron's LSAT Prep Book) to organize a live LSAT program for my students. They found it easy to work with, easy to follow, and insightful. I feel STEPS is a unique and affordable option.

- Wendy Vonnegut, Esq., Director of Legal Studies at Methodist University, past president of SAPLA and chair-elect of PLANC

STEPS is a creation of Jay Cutts. Jay is the lead author of the Barron's LSAT Prep Book and director of Cutts Graduate Reviews. For over 24 years he has helped students master the LSAT and get accepted to Law School. STEPS lets you work with his advanced coaching materials, not published elsewhere, in a highly structured self-prep support program.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide any prelaw student, regardless of educational or socioeconomic background, a support system for studying the LSAT.

STEPS draws on highly expert instruction, addresses the real study needs of today's student, and requires only a minimal investment.

It is part of our mission that profit is not our primary goal and that a significant portion of any profit is used to develop and provide additional services.

National Advisory Board

Jane Finkle, MS, Prelaw advisor, formerly at University of Pennsylvania and Bryn Mawr College. Prelaw columnist, US News and World Career Forum.

Laura Hosid, Esq., Former Associate Director, Office of Career Services, Georgetown University Law Center. Advisor, Vinik Educational Placement Services.

Michael Santana, Esq., Former Assistant Legal Writing Professor, Vermont Law School, University of Montana School of Law

Sidney Williams, Esq., Central State University, Director, Prelaw and Preprofessional Programs and Special Initiatives

Advisory Board members and the organizations with which they are affiliated do not necessarily endorse the STEPS to the LSAT program or Cutts Graduate Reviews. Advisory board members are independent prelaw specialists who have no financial connection with STEPS