The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) website provides a list of LSAT prep companies that have licensed official LSAT content. While LSAC does not endorse any specific test prep company, it recommends that candidates perform research and due diligence to find a test prep company that suits their needs.
There are many organizations that can help you prepare for the LSAT. You can prepare on your own using a preparation book or computer software, or you can take a course with other students in a structured environment.
If you prefer to prepare independently, you can order preparation materials from LSAC. There are also several free resources available that can help you prepare for the LSAT, including:
Many law schools require that the LSAT be taken by December for admission the following fall, but taking the test earlier (in June or October) is often recommended. Appalachian School of Law recommends taking the LSAT in September or December prior to the application year, though LSAT scores from later test administration dates may be considered.
For more information on test registration and other details, visit the LSAC website.