Lsatters Tutoring Directory
Here is a listing of some of the top independent LSAT tutors from the United States and Canada. Most of these tutors are also available online.
Orange County, California
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Available in Montreal, QC & Online
I scored a 177 and have been teaching the LSAT for seven years. I’m the author of LSAT Hacks, a series of explanations for thousands of LSAT questions. I focus on tutoring those who have already been studying on their own and aim to reach a high score (165+). I tutor on Saturdays, mainly by Skype.
Available in San Luis Obispo & Online
Matt took the LSAT on a whim without doing any studying or research and rightfully got a very mediocre score. After getting serious, he self studied and scored in the 99.7th percentile and was fortunate enough to attend a T14 school. With a background in mathematics education and over fifteen years of tutoring experience, Matt has developed a unique ability to clearly communicate technical material and has been helping online students dramatically increase their scores just like he did.
Available in Toronto, Ont. & Online
My name is Tara, and I am a professional LSAT tutor. I scored a 170 on my LSAT and I began tutoring after I graduated law school in 2014. I have helped 100’s of students increase their LSAT scores and I have trained other tutors to teach the LSAT as well. So you can work with me or one of my other highly qualified tutors! Contact me for more information or go on my website to see more about me and to read testimonials from past students.
Available in Dallas, TX & Online
My specialty is training real-time strategy for RC and LR, focusing on how our understanding of reasoning structure informs our instincts and how our instincts guide us to success (with practice!). I am a master organizer and can help you develop a schedule that can most efficiently get you to your goal. My tutoring philosophy is to help you identify your strengths so that you can build your confidence—a necessary condition for success on the LSAT and in life!
Available in Philadelphia, PA & Online
Laura Lee received a score of 176. She has four years of test preparation experience and holds a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Pennsylvania. She charges $75 an hour for in-person sessions, with discounts available for booking multiple lessons and online tutoring sessions.
Available in Gainesville, FL & Online
I started with a 155 on my LSAT diagnostic and worked my way to a 99th percentile score (175) on test day. I believe I can help others accomplish similar goals. I am an alumnus of the University of Florida, and I teach a number of UF students on campus. I also teach virtually through Skype and Google Hangouts.
Available in Orange County, CA & Online
Dan’s LSAT score was in the 99th percentile and got him into the UCLA School of Law. He has taught LSAT classes, tutored students 1-on-1, and written two books on the LSAT, including the coursebook for a national test prep company. He has helped several hundred students prepare for the LSAT over the past six years, and knows much about the test now than he did when he took it.
Available in Columbus, OH & Online
Danny scored in the 99th percentile, received his J.D. from the University of Michigan and a Ph.D. in philosophy from the Ohio State University. Danny loves helping students get the score they need to receive scholarship offers from the law schools they wish to attend. He believes that students shouldn’t have to spend a fortune in order to maximize their score, and so he offers affordable rates with several discount options, as well as a money back satisfaction guarantee.
Available in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Nicholas scored in the 98th percentile on the LSAT and has a J.D. from the University of Calgary. He has taught hundreds of students over the past four years. He offers in-person tutoring that is flexible to accommodate your schedule. Check out the website for more details and reviews.
Available in Brooklyn, NY & Online
Larkin is an experienced LSAT tutor who scored a 180, graduated from NYU Law, is a licensed attorney, has taught at an undergrad and a law school, and has training in formal logic. In his 10+ years of teaching his students have gotten into every T-14 school in the country including many students to Yale, Stanford, and Harvard.
Available in New York City, NY & Online
Steve Schwartz has tutored the LSAT for over 10 years, scored 175, written explanations for 1,000+ LSAT questions, and created LSAT Blog, one of the largest sources of free online LSAT preparation. Over more than a decade, he’s helped thousands of students get into the law schools of their dreams, win large scholarships, and become successful attorneys.
Available in Fort Bragg, NC & Online
Rather than mandating a one methodology fits all type of approach, I offer a personalized LSAT tutoring service that is based upon gaining an understanding of each client’s strengths and weaknesses and developing targeted strategies to enable them to reach their goals. I specialize in Logical Reasoning and Logic Games with an emphasis on pattern recognition to inform an overall approach to the test that seeks to get inside the minds of the LSAT writers and reveal The Matrix of the exam itself. I also work with people to help overcome all forms of timing and stress management issues that they may face.
Peg (M.A., Philosophy; B.A., Literature; B.Ed. with ESL) used to work at LSAC writing the questions that go on the LSAT, and she’s written a textbook on logical reasoning (published by Routledge) currently in use at several universities. A very experienced tutor, she has posted details about her approach and references from past tutees at her website.
Available in San Francisco, CA & Online
I’m a full-time tutor with seven years of experience who offers premium one-on-one tutoring. I not only know the material, but I know how to tailor it to the way you learn best. I will partner with you to help you achieve your highest possible score!
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About the Lsatters Tutoring Directory
The Lsatters tutoring directory was created and is maintained by Mike Kim, author of The LSAT Trainer. If you are an independent tutor and would like to be listed in the directory, or if you would like to submit an instructional post, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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