University of Florida (Business)
University of Florida (J.D.)
I am a current Florida Atlantic University adjunct faculty member and member of the Florida Bar who has taught test preparation for eighteen years. I teach the LSAT, GMAT, and the GRE, with in depth knowledge in advanced problem solving techniques for all portions of these exams. I have an extensive specialization in the LSAT and have seen and worked through every published LSAT since the late 1980s.
Most people take graduate admission exams and move onto other things--Not me. I feel that with my considerable background in classroom teaching and private tutoring, I quite simply offer my students the absolute best possible chance of scoring as highly as possible on whatever graduate admissions exam they are required to take.
I have scored perfect scores on the quantitative sections of the GMAT and the GRE. I have also designed dozens of sample LSAT analytical reasoning sections for publication in Princeton Review test preparation material.
I began teaching test preparation in 1998 and have done so ever since, advancing from private industry to now teaching at Florida Atlantic University. I feel that I know more about the LSAT, GMAT, and GRE than the people who currently write the exams.
If you are willing to work hard and are serious about wanting to the do the absolute best on any of the exams I specialize in, I will give you all of the knowledge you need to score the very best you can. I am a current Florida Atlantic University adjunct faculty member and member of the Florida Bar who has taught test preparation for eighteen years. I teach the LSAT, GMAT, and the GRE, with in depth knowledge in advanced problem solving techniques for all portions of these exams. I have an extensive specialization in the LSAT and have seen and
Ian and I went over my LSAT practice exam that I took before our lesson. We discussed my goal score for LSAT, and constructed a studying schedule that would help me attain my goal. For the remainder of the lesson we wokred on strategies for solving Logic Game problems. I was thrilled with his skill and knowledge at solving these problems . Also he was incredibly patient and easy going . Productive and enjoyable ( as much as a LSAT can be) lesson.
He is very patient and knowledgeable. I feel strongly that I will be able to reach my goal of scoring 150+ on the LSAT with Ians aid.
Ian's years of test preparation experience really shines through in his teaching method. He explains complex concepts in a manner that is easy to follow through. Gives out homework and really good advice during the application process too.
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I have taught the LSAT in a University environment for eighteen years. Throughout this time, I have taught several dozen LSAT and Analytical Reasoning classes, and tutored over one hundred separate students. Within the last year I have scored 173+ on two separate practice LSATs. I always strive for my students to improve at least ten points on their LSATs over the course of a tutorial.