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Who should use AdeptLR?
AdeptLR is designed for students looking for a simple, effective, and efficient way to drill and review LSAT questions. Because AdeptLR does not provide any learning materials (e.g., video courses or explanations of LR questions), we recommend using AdeptLR with other learning materials such as LSAT Hacks Pro. Free explanations to most (if not all) LSAT questions can be found at Manhattan Prep Forums or LSAT Hacks.
Does AdeptLR teach how users should approach the LSAT?
AdeptLR is not designed to teach you the contents of the LSAT. If you’re new to the LSAT, please take a month or two to familiarize yourself with the LSAT or use AdeptLR as a supplement to other teaching platforms such as LSAT Hacks Pro.
Does AdeptLR provide explanations?
We do not. However, there are many LSAT prep companies that release explanations for free on their website. For example, Manhattan Prep provides free written explanations to all the PTs, and LSAT Hacks provides free written explanations for PTs 29-38 and 60-81.
Plans & Payments
Can I upgrade or downgrade my plan later?
If you upgrade your plan before your renewal date, we will immediately upgrade your plan, and the additional cost will be prorated. If you downgrade before your renewal date, we will immediately downgrade your plan, and the prorated difference between the two plans will be credited to you and will reduce your next month's fee. However, we will not provide any refunds for downgrading so if you decide not to continue after downgrading, the credit will be lost.
Why is there a $20 One-time LSAC Fee?
We know that everyone hates one-time "setup" fees. However, LSAC charges us a $30 coaching fee for every student that signs up for AdeptLR even if the student already has an active Prep Plus subscription. So to keep our subscription price at the lowest possible rate, we have to offset this coaching fee with this $20 one-time fee. We pay this entire fee to LSAC.
This fee is required even if you have an active LSAT Prep Plus subscription.
What is an LSAT Prep Plus subscription (LawHub) and how do I know if I have one?
LSAC requires all users to have an LSAT Prep Plus subscription to access official LSAT questions, whether you are accessing the LSAT questions via LawHub (LSAC's website hosting LSAT questions) or a third party (like us). If you have previously purchased an online LSAT prep course from another vendor, you most likely have an LSAT Prep Plus subscription. Please sign into your LawHub account to check whether you have a Prep Plus subscription. If not, please purchase a Prep Plus subscription before signing up for AdeptLR.
Can I use AdeptLR to review and analyze LSAT questions that I complete on my LawHub account (with an active LSAT Prep Plus subscription)?
Yes! Any LSAT questions completed in your LawHub account that has an active LSAT Prep Plus subscription can be imported to our database. You can then use AdeptLR to review and analyze LSAT questions completed on LawHub. There is one exception—any LSAT questions taken on LawHub via a "deep link" (a special link provided by another LSAT vendor) will not transfer to AdeptLR.
What is a "fully completed" PrepTest on LawHub and why isn't my LawHub LR data showing up after importing?"
LawHub only sends data from "fully completed" PrepTests. For example, if you completed sections 1 and 2 of PrepTest 75 but have not completed sections 3 and 4, you would not be able to import the LR data from PrepTest 75 until sections 3 and 4 are completed. You can complete a section on LawHub simply by clicking the "Complete Section" button on the top right even if you leave every answer choice in that section blank.
Have more questions?
Feel free to get in touch with us. We’d be happy to answer any questions you may have!