IN PERSON AND ONLInE LSAT COACHING
HOW I WENT FROM A 143 to 177 LSAT SCORE
It took a lot of stumbles, missteps, and confusion. I've done just about every type of LSAT prep there is out there from prep books to an online class to in-person tutoring. I found out the hard way what works and now I want to pass that on to you. Not all paths to a 170+ are equal and you can easily get lost along the way.
THE UNFORTUNATE TRUTH OF LSAT PREP
The seriously terrible, really annoying thing about LSAT prep is that there is no quick and easy path to great score increases like mine. Nor is there one company's system that works the best for every aspect of the test. You either tend to start high (165+), pick up a handful of points over a couple months and then get your ticket to Harvard/Yale/Stanford, or you're like me, who had to fight for every point over a period of years (yes, years). What I'm trying to do with this site is make it so that process doesn't end up being any more difficult than it needs to be and hopefully you pick up skills that will serve you in other parts of your life along the way.
WHERE TO GO FROM HERE
Contact me. If you want to send me a 14-paragraph email talking about how you took a Kaplan course, didn't really pay attention, got 2 points higher, gave up studying for 3 months, picked up PowerScore books and are now stuck, then go for it. If you'd rather say how you've done tutoring, dropped $1000 for 4 hours and it sorta helped but didn't really at all, that's cool too. My goal is to help you in any way I can and I don't mind giving free advice for those who are struggling. Once you've got that out of your system, take a look at the Tutoring section of the site to find out a little bit more about how I work.