MLIC LSAT HALL OF FAME Inductees into the MLIC Hall of Fame must have scored at least 168 on the LSAT after attending a training course with MLIC. MLIC offers the best preparation courses for the GMAT, GRE, LSAT, and SAT.


NEW! Law Schools such as Harvard Law will accept GRE Test scores instead of LSAT scores for admission to their Law School programs.MLIC Inc. is an acknowledged industry-leader in offering goal-driven and skill-enhancing preparation courses for the LSAT (Law School Admission Test), GMAT and GRE; MLIC LSAT prep courses feature the best training methodology, best training materials, and use the best, professional trainers who will teach you works-every-time Strategies for eliminating the incorrect answers and how to think like a test author. MLIC has reverse engineered the LSAT and will train you in elimination strategies that work like charm when you work on the passages-based sections on the LSAT. Robin Singh's Testmasters, Powerscore, Kaplan, Blueprint, Princeton Review, et al emphasize diagramming and do not train you how to deal with arguments and games that do not lend themselves to diagramming. MLIC offers the best LSAT prep courses, and beat all other prep courses such as Kaplan, Princeton Review, Veritas Prep, Manhattan GMAT, Manhattan Review, Robin Singh's Testmasters,and Powerscore, and offer the best value for your prep dollars and time.

  • MLIC Prep Advantage: Best training methodology, best training materials, and best professional trainers who have over 10 years experience in teaching at the Graduate school level and the prep tests.
  • MLIC prep courses for the Law School Admissions Test use a patent-pending training methodology that identifies your unique weaknesses, teaches you relevant concepts in logical reasoning, shows you how to process Question triggers, and arms you with efficient procedures that enhance your test-taking effectiveness in time-critical LSAT environment and with works-every-time Strategies so that you can shoot for and achieve scores in excess of 170. MLIC LSAT prep is the gold standard by which all other LSAT prep courses ought to be judged.
  • MLIC prep courses actually TRAIN you whereas all other competing prep courses are worthless tutorial sessions taught by unqualified and untrained student instructors who work for hourly wages. Companies like Veritas prep and Manhattan GMAT recruit their 'tutors' by running ads in Craig's list where you shop for used furnitute and romantic dalliances. MLIC employs professional trainers who are required to take the Graduate School tests at least once each year and demonstrate their competencies. We also test our strategies to ensure that they remain relevant so that you can receive the best, uptodate training from MLIC.

MLIC Hall of Fame honors those trainees who attended a Turboprep or Online prep course for the GMAT, GRE, and LSAT, and achieved scores in excess of the following minumus for each test:

  • GMAT: 690 or better
  • GRE: 325 or better
  • LSAT: 168 or better


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Our VIP inductees into the HALL OF FAME must have achieved a score of at least 174 on the Law School Admission Test after preparing for the test with MLIC Turboprep or Online prep course. Here is a list of our VIP inductees into the MLIC LSAT HALL OF FAME.

  • Wilhem Kroeger, Los Angeles, CA. Score: 174 (February 2015 LSAT)
  • Lynn Garcia, Washington DC, Score: 175 (June 2014 LSAT)
  • Alex Barton, Chicago, IL, Score: 174 (December 2013 LSAT)
  • Jason Meinel, Chicago, IL. Score: 176 (June 2013 LSAT)
  • Strong>Chitra Narayan, Dallas, TX. Score: 175 (Dec. 2012 LSAT)
  • Dan Green, New York, NY. Score: 174. (FEB. 2011 LSAT)
  • Erika Shaw, Chicago, IL. Score: 176. (FEB. 2011 LSAT)
  • Martin Burns, New York, NY. Score: 175. (FEB. 2011 LSAT)
  • Peter Kranz, Atlanta, GA. Score: 174. (DEC, 2010 LSAT)
  • Leslie Morrison, Los Angeles, California. Score: 174 (SEP. 2010 LSAT)
  • Sanja Kardonsky, Chicago, IL. Score: 175 (SEP. 2010 LSAT)
  • Edward Hillard, New York, NY. Score: 174 (SEP. 2010 LSAT)
  • Andrew Watson, New York, NY, Score: 175 (JUNE 2009 LSAT)
  • Anne-Marie Gaddes, Los Angeles, CA, Score: 174 (SEP. 2009 LSAT)
  • Sherman Hislop, Washington D.c., Score: 175 (SEP. 2009 LSAT)
  • Javier Espinosa, Dallas, Tx, Score: 174 (SEPT. 2009 LSAT)
Special Congratulations to all VIP inductees into the MLIC LSAT HALL OF FAME!


MLIC Congratulates our LSAT Hall of Fame inductees for 2017 (list updated each quarter). The list contains names of our LSAT prep course participants who had consented to their names being publicized in our Hall of Fame list.

  • Marianne Carson, LSAT Preparation course, Chicago (Lombard, IL), LSAT Score: 173
    Congratulations, Marianne!
  • Robert Cantor --- LSAT Online Prep course, LSAT Score: 170
    Congratulations, Robert!
  • Benjamin Anku --- LSAT Prep Course, Washington DC, LSAT Score: 170.
    Congratulations, Benjamin!
  • George Stern -- LSAT Preparation Course, Chicago, IL, LSAT Score: 171.
    Congratulations, George!
  • Rick Prentiss --- LSAT Online prep course, LSAT Score: 170.
    Congratulations, Barbara!
  • Donna Green --- LSAT Course, Washington D.C., LSAT Score: 172.
    Congratulations, Ken!
  • Tony Lee -- LSAT preparation Course, New York City, LSAT Score: 170.
    Congratulations, Tony!
  • Gul Irani --- LSAT Training course, Chicago, LSAT Score: 171
    Congratulations, Gul!
  • Ken Morris --- LSAT Online Prep course, LSAT Score: 171
    congratulations, Ken!
  • Vivian Pinto --- LSAT prep course, Los Angeles, CA; LSAT score: 170.
    Congratulations, Vivian!

Congratulations to our VIP inductees and to our LSAT Prep Coures Hall of Famers.