6 LSAT Tutors Found Near Oakland, CA



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Kathryn S.

LSAT Tutor

Berkeley, CA 94702

Will travel 40 miles

$200 per hour.

4.98 353 ratings

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Harvey Mudd Grad Coaches Mindful Learning in All Subjects

With my extensive experience helping students pass all kinds of standardized test, I am equipped and ready to help you master the LSAT. We will cover any content that's still fuzzy, and we'll cover proper test-taking technique. Here's how it works: You take a practice test every week and read through the answer explanations. For the questions that still remain a mystery, we meet, we discuss, and you learn! Kathryn is a professional private tutor who spends her life helping students understand tough concepts in math, science, English, and critical reading. She is an aficionado of these subjects [more]


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Alexander S.

LSAT Tutor

Berkeley, CA 94704

Will travel 20 miles

$300 per hour.

5.0 14 ratings

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Doctor of Law from UC Berkeley and 4.0 Undergrad for Essay Tutoring

Hi! I am a passionate tutor with qualifications including: a UC Berkeley Law degree (J.D.), a 4.0 weighted undergrad GPA (Summa Cum Laude) from UCSB, an award from Xerox for innovation in information technology, several merit-based scholarships, guest lecturing experience at the college level, and access to over a hundred books on education and tutoring. My relevant experience includes working with a wide variety of students. I've helped students with learning disabilities, gifted students... [more]


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Sanjay H.

LSAT Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94103

Will travel 5 miles

$200 per hour.

4.0 8 ratings

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Berkeley PhD w. 15+ years experience

Hello! I am a PhD from the department of Rhetoric at UC Berkeley who has 15+ years of tutoring and teaching experience. In addition to several years teaching at UC Berkeley, I have privately tutored and taught Kaplan courses for the following tests: SSAT, ACT, SAT, LSAT, and GRE. I have also worked with clients on reading and writing skills, aided students with college and grad school applications, and I have done targeted work with youth (high school and middle school). My core area of inte... [more]


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Henry N.

LSAT Tutor

Berkeley, CA 94704

Will travel 3 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Berkeley Grad: Law School/LSAT/Admission Tutoring and Coaching

For my law school applications I took the LSAT and scored very well. I have also tutored a number of student, helping them score well above the 90th percentile. I am Law Student at UC Berkeley that tutors and coaches part-time. Previously I was a part-time instructor at the University of Nevada Las Vegas where I would teach logic courses to undergraduate students. Over the last few years I have focused on helping students with the LSAT, law school applications, and law school classes. My services are relatively simple. I provide wholistic tutoring and coaching to anyone interested in suc [more]


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Janet B.

LSAT Tutor

Oakland, CA 94618

Will travel 5 miles

$35 per hour.

4.92 920 ratings

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Experienced tutor in English, writing, law, and politics

I have a J.D. in Law from UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall). I have worked to help students improve on each section of the LSAT (reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and logic games). I work one-on-one with students to practice test-taking techniques and time management strategies. I am happy to help students enrolled in LSAT courses with extra practice, as well as students who are engaged in self-study. I'm an experienced tutor and coach in English (reading, writing, grammar, composition), government, political science, law and LSAT prep. I can help you improve your grades or advan [more]


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Christopher L.

LSAT Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94104

Will travel 40 miles

$19 per hour.

5.0 100 ratings

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Science - Physics - Mathematics - Software - AI - Learning Is Fun!

The LSAT test is very important as it influences a great number of things such as your eligibility for college entrance and scholarships. It is also a test that you should enjoy taking with confidence and anticipate a high score. I have taken this test personally - and I can first of all - Help by suggesting a handful of really productive (and perhaps non-intuitive) steps - that will help you score higher. I have multiple degrees in mathematics, physics and computer engineering (the latter has helped me a great deal in 'logic' problems) - and I am well versed in all areas of general education. [more]