examIam is making LSAT PrepTests available in interactive digital formats.
The company has licensed LSAT PrepTests 75-79 and the June 2007 LSAT from Law School Admission Council.
“We’re very excited at the opportunity to take actual past LSAT exams and bring them to students in the most convenient way possible, both online and via native app,” says Bob Pearson, co-founder of Examiam, LLC.
Students can now take full-length practice exams on any device, or they can use past LSAT questions in a flashcard mode for rapid practice. The examIam platform also provides diagnostics to show students where they’re strongest and where they can improve the most.
Partnerships with Lawschooli, Manhattan Prep and LSAT Blogger will help supplement the practice exams with instructional and scheduling support for students.
“As mobile devices continue to become more widely adopted as study tools, we felt there was a great opportunity to make access to the PrepTests easier,” says examIam co-founder Trevor Pearson. “While the print books are a great traditional resource, sometimes there’s no substitute for convenience.”
The online platform is currently available for prospective law students to use, and the native apps are live in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.