3 LSAT Tutors Found Near Baton Rouge, LA



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Stephen B.

LSAT Tutor

Bossier City, LA 71111

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.84 122 ratings

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Secondary or College Math/SAT/GRE Tutor

Having trouble with trig? Can't get your head around implicit differentiation? Systems of equations not quite adding up? Call me for any of your math needs. I have a Bachelor's degree in Pure Math and have extensive experience tutoring high school and college students in 1-on-1 and small group settings in classes all the way from algebra through upper calculus and SAT/GRE Prep. I also have proficiency in physics and basic chemistry, music theory (lifelong trumpet player), and grammar/pro... [more]


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John B.

LSAT Tutor

Baton Rouge, LA 70810

Will travel 5 miles

$25 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Econ PhD Student

I have eight years of experience and have helped hundreds of students as an LSAT instructor and tutor for a major test-prep company. Greetings! I am currently a middle-school math teacher, on one-year leave from a PhD program in economics, a program I'll be returning to in the fall. I have over a decade of teaching and tutoring experience ranging from test prep (SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT) to undergraduate mathematics, statistics, and economics. I very much enjoy working with students in all of the above areas. My philosophy is that of a coach: I train students to be able to solve problems by [more]


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Will N.

LSAT Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70130

Will travel 15 miles

$95 per hour.

4.25 8 ratings

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Worker of LSAT GMAT GRE Miracles

I was trained by and worked for Princeton Review as an LSAT instructor from 2011-2014. In seven years of teaching no one has ever asked me for a refund. Why? Because I love teaching and am committed to getting my students their best score. Of course it would be easy to just say that, but I promise you, work with me for 10 minutes and you'll know I am the real deal. The prep industry tries to convince you that standardized tests are hard, maybe impossible. The truth is that these tests are actually easy. My students are some of the brightest, hardest working people I have ever m... [more]