FACT: Robin Singh's Testmasters wants you to sign a legal waiver absolving his company of any responsibility for your score. Beware of Confidence games being played by Testmasters and their clones: Powerscore, ScoreTop, and Blueprint.


MLIC offers the most structured preparation for LSAT that provides a disciplined approach to training in LSAT assessment areas. MLIC LSAT Turboprep® and LSAT ONLINE prep course both cover 120 hours of serious, no-nonsense, kick-ass training in LSAT Assessment areas. (The 120 hours of training are split in 3 phases during the Turboprep LSAT course: pre-LSAT-Class training: 40 hours; in-class LSAT training: 40 hours: Post-LSAT-Course training: 40 hours). Compare this to the pitiful 24 hours offered by Kaplan or 48 hours offered by Princeton Review or 60 hours offered in PowerScore LSAT prep, or read the review by one of the TestMasters LSAT prep course participant posted on this website, and you can see why MLIC LSAT prep courses set the industry standards for professional coaching in LSAT assessment areas.

  • Of course, If Robin Singh, the alleged next best thing to supersized fries, is what he is cracked up to be, how come he did not go to law school himself or does not believe in his training methodology to offer any kind of guarantee? Robin Singh Educational Services (Testmasters) will ask you to sign a legal waiver absolving Testmasters of any liability for your scores. Sounds fishy? It Sure smells. On the Contrary, MLIC is the only company to back up its LSAT coaching with 165+ LSAT Score Guarantee. The reason why we can back up our training with the LSAT Score Guarantee of 165+ score is that our training and teaching methodology relies on 'learn, demonstrate, practice' approach versus 'learn some tricks and take a chance' approach used by companies such as Testmasters, Powerscore, Kaplan, and Princeton Review.
  • MLIC also shows you how you can pick the correct answer even if you do not have the time to read the RC and LR passages, and show you how the test can be cracked. MLIC, no wonder, leads other training courses by a wide country mile, and offers the best preparation for LSAT. We actively coach you in the LSAT-critical areas of logical reasoning, and proactively identify your weaknesses in order to help you improve in your areas of weakness. Other LSAT prep courses offered by Testmasters180, Powerscore, Kaplan, and Princeton Review merely give you a bunch of useless tricks whereas MLIC actively trains and coaches you in the LSAT-critical areas.
  • Both Robin Singh's Testmasters (ScoreTop in Texas) and Powerscore (which is a knockoff of Testmasters, which is a knockoff of Kaplan because Robin Singh started with Kaplan when he dropped out of law school) teach you inefficient and time-wasting diagramming techniques that militate against efficient management time during the LSAT. Another thing: not all arguments or games can be diagrammed. Many participants who took the courses with Testmasters and Powerscore and who took the June 2009 LSAT felt inadequate to deal with the games such as Mauve Dinosaur or the Educational Grants. MLIC teaches you works-every-time strategies and procedures that allow you to handle any type of argument, passage, or game on the LSAT.
  • Robin Singh's Testmasters hires unqualified instructors to teach its courses. For example, many who attended the TM course taught by Blair Markovic have stated that she could not explain the answers to many arguments and was totally clueless in the Games section so much so that the students had to bail her out. Many Testmasters classes run without any instructors. The hapless students who paid big bucks and signed away their rights to sue TM talk 'amongst themselves' and waste their time during such tutorless sessions.
  • Robin Singh's Testmasters routinely sends out spam mail to LSAT test-takers, possibly using the list it obtains from LSAC, asking them to teach for Testmasters. What does this show? Testmasters will hire any warm body that can show up and waste your time. Many Testmasters students have reported that the instructors were clueless and did not know how to explain arguments that could not be diagrammed. Remember that some arguments will simply require that you identify the assumption by interpreting the language used in the conclusion alone, and do not lend themselves to diagramming. Ditto for some Games. Testmasters and Powerscore only show you how to deal with some arguments, and do not train you with all variations that may be tested in Logical Reasoning. In fact, Robing Singh and is clones such as Powerscore do not have any strategy at all for Reading Comprehension. MLIC has patent pending anchor phrase stategy and Question Trigger technique that allows you to ace the passages based sections.
  • Powerscore LSAT advertises that it makes 'no exception' to hiring instructors who need to have scored in the 99th percentile on the LSAT. However, many Powerscore customers have reported that some of its instructors had scored on the low 160's and were clueless about many aspects of LSAT sections. Powerscore and Testmasters blatantly lie about their instructor qualifications.
  • The helpline by Testmaster is a joke. The wait times are so long, you wait in hopes of talking to a person only to be rudely hung up on. You get no help whatsover, even if you initiate the request for help. In contrast, MLIC proactively identifies your weaknesses, and makes you demonstrate that you have acquired the required competencies in LSAT assessment areas. We do not ask you to call the help line for getting help.
  • Testmasters has shillers trolling all law school forums and falsely claiming their company to be the best. If the company wants you to sign a legal waiver absolving Testmasters of any responsibility for your score, know that Testmasters is not what it is cracked up to be. After all, the 'maharishi of LSAT' should be willing to give you a guarantee of some kind about the quality of his training. Do your due diligence; show critical reasoning. Do not be a sucker and sign up with Testmasters or its clone, Powerscore or Blueprint.
  • We are so confident that our training methodology is effective that we are willing to guarantee that participants who actively complete all 120 hours of training, including diagnostic and remedial assignments, will receive a score of 165 or better. Contrast this with the 'legal waiver' that Testmasters 180 will ask you to sign stating that TM is not responsible for your Score and to the endless wait that you have to endure on the help-lines of Testmasters and Powerscore, and you can see why MLIC LSAT prep is the best training you can get for LSAT assessment areas. MLIC uses a patent-pending CPSD methodology that imparts Logical reasoning Concepts, drills you in the efficient Procedures for taking the test in a time-critical LSAT environment, teaches you works-every-time Strategies for picking the correct answer and for staying away from the incorrect ones, and employs a unique Diagnostic procedure to identify your unique weaknesses and to actively coach you in those LSAT-critical areas so that you can shoot for and reach a score of better than 170 on the LSAT. You cannot find a better value for your LSAT prep dollars and LSAT prep time than the MLIC LSAT prep course.

165+ LSAT Score Guarantee

All prep courses for the LSAT offered by MLIC are backed by industry-leading 165+ LSAT Score Guarantee under which you are eligible for free subsequent training if you have validated your score guarantee requirements and if you did not score at least 165 on the LSAT you took shortly after the MLIC LSAT Training. Only MLIC knows that its training methodolgy is far superior to any employed by our competitors such as Robin Singh, Powerscore, Kaplan, and Princeton Review and is willing to back up the training with its unique Score Guarantee. Remember that any company that balks at backing up its training with a guarantee is a waste of your prep dollars and prep time. You cannot afford to gamble away your future, given that you can only take the LSAT 3 times in 2 years. MLIC LSAT prep course is your only guarantee of success on the Law School Admission Test.

MLIC LSAT Online Prep

MLIC Online prep course for Law School Admission Test (LSAT®) uses the same training methodology as our top of the line Turboprep Course for LSAT, and requires you to complete 120 hours of training that ensures that you develop strong conceptual, procedural, and strategic skills in Logical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, and Analytical Reasoning. All prep courses offered by MLIC also train you in the Writing Section of the LSAT so that you make logically sound and persuasive arguments in favor of your recommendation. You can complete the LSAT Online prep course in Normal(8-10 weeks), Express(6 weeks), or Accelerated(4 weeks) schedules, and will be required to attend Virtual Classes typically held on the weekend evenings (mornings in far East markets), The Virtual classes simulate in-class experience and include real-time (not taped) lectures and test review sessions. The fee for the MLIC LSAT online prep course is U$695.

MLIC Turboprep® in-class Schedule

The in-class training sessions that will be held over 5 consecutive days and over 40 hours will run according the following schedule and cover LSAT assessment areas as indicated. All trainees will be required to actively participate in in-class tests and after-class home assignments. The in-class training sessions are held starting on a Friday, typically 2-4 weeks before the scheduled date for LSAT administration, and run accoring to the following schedule: Friday: 05:00 PM to 09:00 PM; Saturday to Tuesday: 09:30 AM to 06:30 PM in all USA locations. In-class training sessions in all overseas locations and canada run in extended format, from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM on all 5 consecutive days. All in-class course attendees will be required to complete home assignments requiring a commitment of 1 hour at the end of training sessions on Days 2 through 4.

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"I took your turboprep course in New York for the December 2009 LSAT, and am happy to report a score of 175. Your training guides for logical reasoning and reading comprehension were nothing if not the best. The reading techniques and strategies for spotting the anchors and question triggers made reading comprehension section, one of my worst sections, a breeze. Our in-class coach was serious about all of us in the class getting a score in the 90th percentile, and did not fail to admonish us if we did not apply the strategies or the procedures. I owe my great score your outstanding, professional coaching. I could not have done it without MLIC.
   -- Saroj D'Mello, Turboprep course, New York. LSAT Hall of Famer.
"I attended your virtual prep classes for the LSAT online, and found the 7 or 8 sessions very instructive and enjoyable. It was possible for me to interact with a small group of about 12 to 15 people at a time, and your socratic method of conducting virtual classes helped me hone my answer selection skills. Needless to say, your online course with virtual classes was a major factor in my score of 167 when I took the LSAT for the first time in December 2008. Thanks, MLIC.
  ;-- Penny Potter,LSAT online prep,Denver CO."
"Your strategies for answer selection were spot on. I had to unlearn some bad habits acquired through Kaplan and Powerscore materials, and your coaching helped a lot. Workable techniques is what I needed, and you guys provided the vital tool. I owe my score of 169 to your excellent prep course.
  -- Jamie Marshall, LSAT online prep, Wayne, MI."
"Your Virtual classes held on the weekends were very valuable to me. I learned more from your online prep course than I did from Testmasters full length course. Your course taught me what specific language I needed to focus on and how to eliminate implausible answer choices. My score improved from 157 after Testmasters to 171. Your course works. -- Annika Williams, Elizabeth NJ."
"I asked Testmasters of Robin singh fame about their guarantee. I was told that they guarantee a 10 point increase but would have me sign a waiver stating that the company is not responsible for my score. Testmasters is a ripoff.   Chris Lemons, Santa Barbara, CA."
"If Robin Singh is the next best thing to hula-hoop, how come his company - Robin Singh Educational Services aka Testmasters - does not offer any guarantee for LSAT Score? Something does not add up with Testmasters - Alex Greer, Wisconsin."
"After learning those time-consuming diagramming strategies from Testmasters, I was relieved to learn more efficient strategies for Logical reasoning and reading comprehension from MLIC. Testmasters' tricks do not work well but your guidelines for choosing answers work like a charm. My score went up to 166 from 149.   -- Amanda Lang, Turboprep L.A.,CA."
"Your guides for LR and RC were the best I have seen for LSAT prep, and surely beat the bibles from Powerscore and Testmasters. Your guidance on picking correct answers by eliminating silly ones helped me raise my score from 159 to 172. cheers MLIC. -- Jason Turso, Turboprep, Dallas, TX"
"Thanks to your Lsat prep class, my test score jumped from 151 to 172, and I could not have done it without your coaching. What made the difference in my case was your strategies for eliminating 4 of 5 answer options by classifying answer options as vague, extreme, politically incorrect, not commonsensical, etc. Your test-taking strategies greatly improved my ability to finish the Lsat sections in the allotted time, and to realize terrific accuracies. Your training in Logical Reasoning section was spot-on and helped me improve greatly in identifying the assumptions. Thanks again for your outstanding support and training materials. Your training made the difference to my score and is the best. -- Alex den Dekker, TurboPrep, Chicago."

MLIC Study Guides for LSAT Logical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, and the GAMES easily outclass and best the so-called 'bibles' put out by Testmasters and Powerscore. You can order study guides HERE