The ATLAS Graduate Division, Compass Test Review, has a student-centered learning model that focuses on building stronger critical reasoning and analysis skills while strengthening their problem solving abilities. Our inquiry-based teaching model engages and empowers students to succeed on test day… and beyond!
Our LSAT prep is an in-depth & efficient review of Writing Sample, Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension question types using only real exams and diagnostics to give you the most realistic prep experience.
Top-notch, dynamic professionals work with you to tailor your review to ensure you reach your goals. Efficient & effective review options to fit your learning style, schedule, and budget. Let’s get started!
|Personalized sessions and proctored diagnostics tailored to your schedule and goals. Targeted preparation customized to maximize your time and results.||-2 Hour tutoring sessions
-4-hour diagnostic exams
-Spaced over 9-15 weeks
|Small Group Study
|Motivational coaching in a personal setting. Form your own, or join one of ours!||-Nine, 2-hour study sessions
-Four, 4-hour diagnostics
-Spaced over 9-12 weeks
|Reading Comprehension||27 Questions; 35 minutes; Measures reading comprehension and critical reasoning skills|
|Analytical Reasoning||23 Questions from 4 Logic Games; 35 minutes; Measures critical thinking and reasoning abilities|
|Logical Reasoning||25-26 Questions; two 35 minute sections; Measures critical reasoning ability, as well as ability to make assumptions and draw conclusions|
|Variable||35 minutes; Will appear as one of the 3 sections above. You will not know which section is it, but it is un-scored.|
|Writing Sample||1 prompt; 35 minutes; Un-scored, but the sample is set to all law schools to which you apply.|
|Test Date||Registration Deadline|| Scores Released
|February 10, 2018||December 27, 2017||March 8, 2018|
|June 11, 2018||May 1, 2018||July 6, 2018|
|Your LSAT score can range anywhere from a 120 to a 180. The average LSAT score is approximately a 150, but you need to score better than that to be competitive in the admissions process.