LSAT Prep: A $30M Business You Need To Know About
Kaplan is the decades-old giant with course offerings and tutors to suit almost any need. Princeton Review was the original start-up innovator in the 80s that today has a significant presence throughout the US. Ex-Kaplan-instructor-turned-entrepreneur Robin Singh launched TestMasters in the 1990s, bringing a more rigorous methodology to LSAT prep based on actual LSAT questions. PowerScore, launched in the late 1990s with a similar focus on high-quality instruction and employing only former LSAT takers who had scored in the 99th percentile or higher, has now gone national. The latest successful entrant, Blueprint, started offering irreverent, high-quality instruction in 2005 in California, and has since gone nationwide with courses now offered in New York, Massachusetts, and Texas. Read through our charts comparing their major offerings--from full-length, instructor-led courses, to intensive weekend courses, to online courses, to private tutoring.