I'm Paul V., a Duke grad starting law school this fall. I'm interested in politics, history, and writing.
I'd be happy to help you with your SAT, AP, LSAT prep. My method involves teaching the structure of the questions on the test. This will help you to move through the test much faster, and allow you to eliminate 2 or 3 answer choices immediately, increasing your probability of getting it right. I myself scored a 2360 (M-800, R-770, W-790), got six "5"s on AP's, and a perfect 180 on the LSAT, so this is definitely an approach that works.
I will analyze your performance continuously and target specific areas of weakness, and my lessons will emphasize the question types and basic knowledge needed to correct those weaknesses. I also believe that repetition and persistence is the best path to success, so I would recommend at least two full length "dress rehearsal" practice tests a week. Success on standardized tests is partly driven by your psychology during the test, and this will help you overcome test anxiety, get used to managing your limited amount of time, and make the actual live test feel routine.
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