Welcome to my page. If you are looking to take the LSAT and have hopes of dramatically increasing your score, then I'm glad you're reading this. I was recently accepted to the USC Gould School of Law with a significant scholarship. This is clearly not because of the prestige, or lack thereof, of my undergraduate institution or exceptional extracurricular activities on my resume, which I don't have.
It's because of my LSAT score, which took me years to achieve. I do not have a history of excellent test taking, but rather failed many times before getting a score I knew I was capable of getting. The LSAT is one of, if not the, most learnable tests out there, and it is the most important factor in terms of what law school admission committees are looking for.
I know what it's like to score in the low 150s or even 140s -- I started there. I worked up to consistently score in the upper 160s/lower 170s. I used many different prep books and took expensive (read: overpriced) courses. I can help you with all sections, and I do exceptionally well in the logic games and logical reasoning sections, where imo most improvement in the quickest amount of time will likely happen in those sections for those of you looking to take the February 2017 LSAT.
Feel free to contact me and we can set up a time to meetup and get started on your study plan. If you are looking to start a career in law, this is the most important test you will take in terms of landing the most sought after careers after graduating law school. I am also well versed in the admissions process and how to make a solid, complete law school application. I have high hopes and expectations for everyone I tutor, and I wish you all good luck with your future legal careers if I don't get the chance to meet with you!
University of Southern California
Gould School of Law: Expected Graduation 2020
University of New Mexico