New app for LSAT prep

The Harvard law grad who created the BarMax app has now created a similar resource for pre-law students preparing for the LSAT. LSATMax, will be released this week as the first comprehensive LSAT prep course for download in the Apple App Store.

LSATMax was developed by Harvard Law alumni and has strategies for how to tackle all the different sections of the LSAT. It’s not a cheap app, retailing for $599.99, but the company is offering a deal for students who pre-purchase a copy.

Features of the app include:
• Whiteboard video lessons by Harvard Law School alumni on each and every section and question type that appears on the LSAT
• June 2007 LSAT with detailed answer explanations for every question
• Message boards for real-time access to Harvard Law School alumni
• Prep calendar to guide students through a two-month program
• Flashcards, homework assignments and additional practice questions
• Access to every available officially-licensed LSAT question since June 1991
• Six full-length practice LSATs
• Three-month subscription to The Economist on Zinio iPhone/iPod Touch or iPad app
• Sketch pad feature for diagramming on-the-go
• Lifetime access to the app and course materials once you purchase
• Social feature that allows you to form study groups in your area
• Tips and tricks on how to perform on exam day and structure your studying