Do you want that Amazing LSAT score that you deserve?
Of course you do! We have the tools to unlock your potential. Years of experience. Over 2000 hours of tutoring. Students have gone to Harvard Law School, UVA, NYU, University of Texas of Austin, and more with scholarships.
With a degree in Philosophy and Mathematics from NYU, I developed a strong knack for logic and problem solving.
In fact, I always loved riddles and brainteasers and enjoyed studying for the LSAT. Even with a top score, I eventually decided not to go to law school and instead enjoy helping others by providing LSAT tutoring.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Where in NYC are you located?
We offer tutoring in our office at 159 E 30th St. Apt 12A New York, NY 10016, which is conveniently located in Midtown Manhattan and close by to Penn Station and Grand Central. In addition, for an additional fee, we can travel around the NYC area and meet at a local library or other establishments. We serve either Manhattan or Brooklyn for in-lessons.
We also offer tutoring online for students who are outside of the metro area. We find that online tutoring is just as effective as in-person tutoring, and many of our NYC area students go for online lessons for the convenience.
How much is the LSAT tutoring?
Our standard price for LSAT tutoring in New York, NY location is $200/hr. You only pay per lesson and can
stop anytime. In addition, we have a scholarship program for those for those with financial hardships.
Is LSAT tutoring worth it?
That is a difficult question. Tutoring is one hundred percent the quickest and best way to improve on the test, but it is not necessary. There are many paths to success, which includes classes, self-study, and tutoring. Either way, we suggest you start with a practice test on LawHub to see where you stand. You might even want a mixed approach. For those on a budget, you can start with self-study and go as far as you can. If you are at a standstill and need those last couple, you can then hire a tutor to iron out the last few details. Regardless of your choice, we do advise any future attorney to take the LSAT seriously. It is a key part of your law school application and a high score can lead to substantial scholarships and admissions to top schools. You can also read our blog post for whether LSAT tutoring is right for you.
Do you tutor all sections of the LSAT?
Yes, we can help out on all three section of the LSAT exam: Logical Reasoning(LR), Logic Games(LG), and Reading Comprehension(RC). We can cover the LSAT test in broad strokes or even focus on some key concepts, such as linear games, grouping games, flaw questions, dual passages, assumption questions, weaken or strengthen questions, issues with time, or anything else you can think of. We helped a ton of future law students and have experience and techniques for whatever issues you are facing.