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

What STEPS Students Say:


I really liked these weekly emails that focused on only ONE LSAT question and went into an in-depth look at each of the answer choices. It was easy to follow and the weekly emails were a great reminder of, hey LSAT checking in here, stay on track now, you hear.


The book we had to purchase along with the class I would honestly give a 10/10. It was clear, easy to read and explained things in a way I had not encountered before (even after taking two different prep classes). It went over a how-to for each question type and not only explained how to approach each question but also explained how NOT to approach each question i.e. common mistakes others make.


And More


This was probably my favorite part of the STEPS course. To put it simply this manual is what makes this LSAT course different from so many others. Every prep class has assigned work that you do to prepare for the exam but this manual came with an outline and week by week schedule.

For those that have difficulty planning studying over a longer term course of a few months, this manual does it for you! It breaks down not only what you should have nailed by each week but each day. The LSAT can be very overwhelming and this manual organizes studying into a manageable schedule.

Aside from the schedule, I loved the advice and real life examples about the LSAT and the law school application process in general. When I was reading it I felt as if I was having a casual talk with a trusted adviser, rather than reading a class text.


In Conclusion

I have taken two other LSAT prep classes from pretty big name companies and I still always struggled with timing. The STEPS approach was the best and easiest timing strategy I've come across. I can confidently say it made a huge difference in my score on official test day.


"I used STEPS to the LSAT to organize a live LSAT program for my students. They found it easy to work with, easy to follow, and insightful. I feel it is a unique and affordable option." - Wendy Vonnegut, Prelaw Advisor, Methodist University

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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