What is LawHub Advantage (LSAT Prep Plus)?
- Aug 09, 2020
- Blueprint Products and Promotions
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
As you might have heard, LSAC changed its licensing terms for its official LSAT exams and questions.
As of August 4, 2020, all LSAT students need an active LawHub Advantage (formerly known as LSAT Prep Plus℠) subscription to access any LSAT content, including Blueprint video lessons, question explanations, practice exams, drills, etc. The cost for this service is $115/yr and is required for any student who wants to prep for the LSAT with official LSAT content, no matter which third-party LSAT prep service you choose.
What does this mean for you?
LawHub Advantage allows you to access our bank of 8500+ real LSAT questions and take proctored online practice tests with previous official LSAT exams throughout the duration of your Blueprint LSAT course or tutoring package. You will also have access to the additional material in LawHub. Please note that all Blueprint students must have a LawHub Advantage account.
Here’s how this will work:
When you enroll in any of our live courses, Self-Paced Course, or any of our Tutoring Programs, you’ll see both the course you chose and the LawHub Advantage subscription in your shopping cart for easy purchase of both.
What if I already have a LawHub Advantage Subscription?
You can choose to opt out of it at checkout if you already signed up on your own or with another prep company. However, you will need to designate your new LSAT coach as Blueprint LSAT before you can access the material on our platform. (After you purchase from Blueprint, LSAC will send you an email showing you how to do this).
Note: This post was updated July 3, 2023.
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