A major player in free online education is poised to release its Law School Admission Test prep program, but the traditional LSAT prep industry says it isn’t sweating the new competition. At least not yet.

Existing LSAT prep providers say they don’t expect Khan Academy’s free program—a partnership with the Law School Admission Council, which makes the LSAT—to drain away their clientele and upend the LSAT prep industry. Khan Academy’s program, which goes live June 1, provides users with LSAT questions and explanations.

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