6 LSAT Tutors Found Near Albany, NY



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Jeff B.

LSAT Tutor

Troy, NY 12180

Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

4.67 3 ratings

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Professional Tutor Specializing in SAT, ACT, Math, and Writing

I have a Master's Degree in the Social Sciences from the University of Chicago and have been tutoring independently for 17 years. I love working with students and helping them gain the confidence they need to excel in their school courses and standardized tests. I create a very positive and friendly environment where students feel comfortable learning and asking questions. Creating this encouraging environment is vital for allowing students to access their full creativity and learn new conce... [more]


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William K.

LSAT Tutor

Amenia, NY 12501

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Reading and Writing Tutor - School and Test Prep.

I am looking forward to helping with reading and writing preparation for school or tests. As a graduate student, college teacher, and certified public middle/high school instructor, I am familiar with the standards you will need to meet. My Orton-Gillingham method tutor training also prepares me to diagnose/determine your areas of difficulty (and strength!) to help you acquire and develop specific subject-matter skills. I emphasize a meta-cognitive approach, so we will discuss what each task ... [more]


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Janice S.

LSAT Tutor

Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.91 104 ratings

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Skilled and Resourceful Language Arts, Math, ESL and History Tutor

I love teaching and have a lifetime of experience at it. If you have a desire to learn, I can help you. As a tutor, I develop lessons that are substantive, challenging and geared to the individual's learning style. At the same time, I try to make my classes interesting and enjoyable. I have excellent writing skills, organizational skills and critical thinking skills, all of which enhance my performance as a teacher. I have been working with WyzAnt for the last four years and have successf... [more]


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Mellany H.

LSAT Tutor

Bellows Falls, VT 05101

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.7 10 ratings

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Do you need or want to learn? Let me teach you!

I received my first bachelor's degree with a minor in economics. Recently, I graduated with a second bachelor's in science education. I am a certified middle school science teacher in Vermont and love to learn along with teach. Most of my tutoring experience has been in math, but I feel comfortable tutoring English, reading, writing, science, social studies, and test prep. After having worked for a large company for 13 years and helping to manage my husband's business, I realized that I a... [more]


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Faye T.

LSAT Tutor

Torrington, CT 06790

Will travel 13 miles

$50 per hour.

4.83 47 ratings

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Ms. T-G: All Math subjects, Physics, SAT prep and related tests

I am a certified math teacher (grades 7-12) and have taught for over 10 years and have tutored privately for over 20 years. My original education and training was as a mechanical engineer. I worked in industry for 11 years prior to teaching. I have also owned my own retail and Internet businesses. I have raised two children (both two very different types of students) and have worked with young children as well. I enjoy kids and math a lot! I look to offer a different perspective and maybe eve... [more]


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Milan S.

LSAT Tutor

Albany, NY 12211

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

4.0 1 ratings

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A Helpful and Patient Tutor with Full-Time Tutoring Experience

Prepared for the LSAT myself and scored a 172, the top 1% of test takers. Was admitted into Columbia University of Law in November. Math is a subject that never came easy to me. In middle school and most of high school I would barely get by on tests and I was placed in remedial classes. If you had told me that in a few years, I would be graduating as a math major from Holy Cross at the top of my class and would get inducted into the Psi Mu Epsilon society of Mathematics, I would not have believed you. But that is exactly what happened. I used to think that I just wasn't made for math. That I [more]