6 LSAT Tutors Found Near Joliet, IL



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Neil L.

LSAT Tutor

Evanston, IL 60201

Will travel 0 miles

$65 per hour.

4.93 185 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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David R.

LSAT Tutor

Chicago, IL 60657

Will travel 5 miles

$75 per hour.

4.97 32 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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James L.

LSAT Tutor

Schaumburg, IL 60192

Will travel 40 miles

$90 per hour.

4.91 133 ratings

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180 LSAT Scorer! (Plus physics, calculus, writing, and more)

I've taught the LSAT for 7 years, and I aced an official LSAT in 2009. Not every student can reach the 180 mark, but I can get you surprisingly close - probably a lot closer than you thought. My greatest specialty is with the law school entrance exam, known (and dreaded) by soon-to-be law students as the LSAT. I've taught the LSAT for 9 years, scored a 180 on the September 2009 LSAT, and several of my students scored in the 99th percentile and moved into LSAT teaching themselves. Not only do I have a perfect score, I also know what it takes to get you where you want to be on the score scale. [more]


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Andrew K.

LSAT Tutor

Melrose Park, IL 60164

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Legal and English Tutor

Graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and a minor in Theology, and also loved the opportunity to spend my elective courses engaging with English Literature and Classical Literature. I proceeded to earn my JD from Loyola University Chicago, and have been admitted to the Illinois State Bar. Both my academic and legal careers have dealt heavily in reading for comprehension, often from dense and difficult to parse legal or philosophical tomes. Persuasive writing, ess... [more]


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John K.

LSAT Tutor

Western Springs, IL 60558

Will travel 35 miles

$50 per hour.

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Assessment, Critical Thinking, Achievement, and Fun

I am a graduate of Lake Forest College, with major in Government/Political Science. Graduate of Loyola University Chicago School of Law, with a J.D. Degree. I have forty years of legal experience; Vice President of Health Policy of a major national healthcare association, and CEO/Executive Director of another. And I have experience with Issue/problem identification; critical assessment of potential solutions/policies; development of effective communication and advocacy - many of these skills... [more]


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Robert B.

LSAT Tutor

Chicago, IL 60626

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.68 74 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]