Besides instructions regarding important information specifically relevant to the test, Janet tailors your LSAT learning to a degree that I am certain other LSAT tutors do not practice. From the point of view of the test creators themselves to probabilistic likelihoods of certain question types appearing on the test to familiarity with common and uncommon styles of approaching LSAT question types to so much more, Janet is truly the best tutor I could have utilized for my LSAT.
Before taking the LSAT and before finding Neil, I was doing all of my studying on my own and feeling pretty lost and hopeless. The LSAT seemed like a never-ending, impossible test, and I had no idea how to approach it. We found Neil through Wyzant, and he is honestly the best tutor I have ever had for any subject. For our first meeting he had an entire lesson planned out to teach me the fundamentals of logic, which he explained would help me understand each part of the LSAT.
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I believe this particular practice of Van's is not only helpful for people just beginning their LSAT journey, but ESPECIALLY helpful for those who have taken the LSAT in the past and are looking to boost their scores. For example, previous prep I had done on the LSAT had left me with a vague understanding of conditionals. Van helped me understand how to best apply conditional logic to the LR section of the LSAT; especially on questions that had been very difficult for me.