Private LSAT tutoring

Mar 24, 2007

If you plan on going to law school, then you know that the only way to get into your school of choice is to score well on the infamous LSAT. Test preparation courses, once an rarity reserved for the rich, are becoming de rigeur. If you want to score well on the LSAT, you simply must take a review course.

Review courses have two problems, however: They are expensive and they are not customized to fit the individual test-taker. Most courses take place in groups of 12-30 students, rendering one-on-one contact with the instructor fleeting at best.

One-on-one tutoring can be especially effective if done after you have taken a separate group-study review course. This two-step process allows you to learn the basic tricks to the LSAT in a cost-effective group setting. Subsequent one-on-one tutoring can then focus specifically on teaching you the advanced tricks.


Mar 24, 2007

This is a flyer from a couple years ago:


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Tutoring Schedule

Mar 24, 2007

Currently, I do tutoring on request only. Please contact me if you would like to discuss tutoring options.