I've taught the LSAT for 5 years, scored a 180 on the September 2009 LSAT, and several of my students scored in the 99th percentile and moved into LSAT teaching themselves. Not only do I have a perfect score, I also know what it takes to get you where you want to be on the score scale.
I don't offer any gimmicks or magic tricks to get you points on the LSAT. Yes, there are certain techniques and methods you can practice to make parts of the test run smoother, and we'll go over those. But primarily, I teach you how to do 3 things:
1) Keep it focused,
2) keep it simple, and those two things help you
3) spend enough time with the answer choices.
Those three concepts are enough to power you through every question in every section on every test.
I prefer to have 12 hours notice before cancellation, but that's flexible and I'm more than happy to do makeup sessions.
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