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I am a professional tutor specializing in test preparation aimed at achieving elite scores. I scored a 2400 on the SAT and in the 99th percentile on the LSAT, and have successfully taught SAT and LSAT prep for Kaplan and The Princeton Review. I love teaching and the tremendous rewards of helping my students gain confidence and enthusiasm, break through blocks, and earn fantastic scores and grades. I graduated from Yale and Columbia Law School with highest honors, and am an alum of Hunter Col... [more]

I am a Yale Graduate and experienced tutor with a focus on math and science. In addition to tutoring in high school and college, I have been tutoring for the past 5 years in New York City. I have experience with SAT prep as well as most high school level courses and intro level college math and since courses. In high school, I scored 5s on the AP Calculus, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, AP English Literature, and AP Environmental Science exams as well as scoring an 800 on my math SAT and a 740 ... [more]

I'm an experienced certified teacher in NJ, currently pursuing a Doctorate in Cognitive Studies in STEM Education. I hold a Masters in Physics and Applied Statistics also from Columbia University. I've been teaching and tutoring for over 20 years in several subjects including pre-algebra, algebra I & II, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, math analysis, pre-calculus, calculus (AP and IB), number theory, finite/discrete math, linear algebra, SAT Math/Critical Reading/Writing, programming, web... [more]

The LSAT is a very challenging test. It is important to realize the the creators of this test realize that many smart students will be taking this test and their goal is to sort the relatively smart from the extraordinarily smart. Thus, the lengthy test with many difficult sections. My experience has been that the the logical reasoning and logic games sections are the areas where practice results in the most improvement (reading comprehension take longer to change). In the logic areas, especially the games, there are a number of techniques that if learned and applied correctly, will dram [more]

I received a 179 on the LSAT. My score placed me in the 99.9th percentile of test takers. Studying for the LSAT can be extraordinarily stressful, time-consuming and difficult. Having recently taken the LSAT, I know just how frustrating test preparation can be. I also know, however, that through hard work, dedication and patience, almost every student can improve their performance. I can help you improve your test-taking skills, increase your level of confidence-- and ultimately, score higher on the LSAT. My preparation helped me score 179 on the June 2016 administration of the LS... [more]

You are probably working full-time and don't have time to waste when it comes to LSAT prep. I will help you to achieve the best possible results in the shortest amount of time. I have ten years of experience helping students prepare for standardized tests, and love teaching the LSAT. I have specialized methods for teaching the logic games, critical reasoning, and reading comprehension sections. Last year, I helped students see major score improvements, including from a 136 to a 155 and a 142 to a 156. I also assist many of my students with the law school admissions process. [more]

I specialize in LSAT prep and have developed proven strategies and numerous free resources (online LG course, LR+LG+RC books, flashcards) that allow my students to raise their scores by 20+points! I've even had students increase their LSAT score by as much as 32 points (from a 145-177). I offer a free 30 minute consultation to all new LSAT students. Everyone should be given the knowledge, resources, and mentorship to reach their full potential. That's why I focus solely on the LSAT, spend my spare time developing robust LSAT resources, and treat all of my students as the unique individuals th [more]

I'm a professional LSAT tutor with a 99% LSAT score. I work part-time for a major LSAT prep company, but I can help students achieve LSAT domination. I was working as a baker and cook on a truffle farm in southern France when I decided to take the LSAT exam. On the farm, I learned about the fundamentals of French cooking, fine wines, and cheeses, but decided being timed while reading was more my thing. I graduated with honors from Brown University with a degree in Human Biology. A few years later, I moved to New York and co-founded my own kitchenware company, launching one of the most success [more]

I?m Josh! I am a senior majoring in English at Reed College. I scored in the 99th percentile (173) on the December 2017 LSAT, and plan to attend law school in the near future. I was asked to tutor political theory following my freshman year of college, and in that capacity I have probably read Aristotle?s Politics a dozen times. As a political theory tutor, I work one-on-one with students who (understandably) get a bit lost while trying to follow the arguments they encounter. Often, I find t... [more]

FIRM BUT FAIR I have been tutoring for almost ten years. I have worked with a variety of students at various academic levels. I truly enjoy making a difference through academics. My students vary from Kindergarten through grade 12, as well as college students, adults who need to improve their Mathematics skills for various exams and or jobs/careers. For the NY State Regents exams, I tutor Algebra 1 Common Core, Algebra 2/trigonometry, Geometry Common Core, Living Environment and Earth Sc... [more]

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