6 LSAT Tutors Found Near Chicago, IL



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Max Y.

LSAT Tutor

Chicago, IL 60640

Will travel 0 miles

$250 per hour.

5.0 174 ratings

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175 LSAT | Logic Games Expert

I scored a 175 (99.5th percentile) on the LSAT. My focus is on continually improving my approach to teaching this test. A high LSAT score can change your life, so it's important to work with only the best tutors. Message me today to set up an initial lesson. I scored a 175 (99.5th percentile) on the LSAT. My focus is on continually improving my approach to teaching this test. A high LSAT score can change your life, so it's important to work with only the best tutors. Message me today to set up an initial lesson. I guarantee a 5 star experience or your money back, so you have nothing to lose! [more]


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David R.

LSAT Tutor

Chicago, IL 60657

Will travel 5 miles

$75 per hour.

4.97 64 ratings

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Expert LSAT and GRE Tutor 20 Years of Teaching Experience

I have over 10 years of experience teaching and tutoring students to prepare for the LSAT and am a licensed attorney. Moreover, I have a master's degree in education, so I am well-trained in helping students with diverse learning styles. Finally, my own LSAT score was in the 99th percentile (176/180). I?m David! I received my M.S.Ed. in teaching from Northwestern University and my J.D. from New York University. I have over 20 years of experience teaching in the classroom and tutoring individual students, including over a decade of helping students succeed on the LSAT and GRE. Unlike many [more]


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Parielle D.

LSAT Tutor

Chicago, IL 60637

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Current UChicago Law Student, Former Google Engineer

I love computer science and I loved the LSAT. A lot of people look at me strange when I say that, but they were both these very strange, very interesting puzzles. Perhaps more than learning them myself, I love to see the ah-ha! moment in my students. I've perhaps taught computer science at summer camps and I've LSAT tutored 5 students, all of whom improved by at least 15 points! Upon taking the LSAT, I scored in the 99th percentile. I am a current law student at the University of Chicag... [more]


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Adam G.

LSAT Tutor

Chicago, IL 60611

Will travel 8 miles

$60 per hour.

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Law student at Northwestern University

I scored over 170 on my LSAT In December of 2018. I am most capable of helping in logic games and logical reasoning, having missed almost no questions on those sections. I'm hoping to help anyone improve their LSAT score whether you are somebody that has been studying the LSAT and hit a plateau or complete beginners. Hi! I'm a current law student at Northwestern University and have had some experience tutoring in economics and the LSAT. I'm looking to tutor a few hours a week to help those trying to get into law school because I remember how much my tutor helped me to get where I am. I'm charg [more]


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Neil L.

LSAT Tutor

Evanston, IL 60201

Will travel 0 miles

$65 per hour.

4.93 198 ratings

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Verbal tutoring: Grammar, Logic, Rhetoric, Test Prep

I have taken the LSAT and scored a 171 (99% percentile). Confirmation is available on request. I have already devised an LSAT lesson plan that includes both diagnostics and remedies. The test is only a disciplined application of a skill, logic, that everyone already possesses. That application, on this test, can be accomplished by the use of a fairly small set of logic principles and tools -- all are teachable. I know what to teach; I am able to teach it; therefore, we will have happy, successful students. [more]


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Robert B.

LSAT Tutor

Chicago, IL 60626

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.69 78 ratings

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Math, Science, and Test Preparation

I am an experienced LSAT instructor and personal coach, and scored in the 98th percentile on the LSAT. I taught LSAT classes for many years at a well-known national test preparation center, and am very well-versed in all areas of test preparation. As a teaching assistant in graduate school, I discovered that I had a real knack (and, indeed, love) for explaining; I became popular with the students in my sections because of my clear, insightful presentations and lively style of teaching. Many would come to my office outside of class for extra help, and it became somewhat of a "hobby" for me to p [more]