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Hello, I am an LSAT tutor who received a perfect 180 on my official LSAT (as well as perfect scores on many other standardized exams) and have been teaching the LSAT for over 5 years. I teach my own course, called The 180 LSAT State of Mind, which was written and is taught exclusively by myself.
Unlike many prep courses, The 180 LSAT State of Mind is taught to the highest standards. Rather than teach simplistic formulas designed for the masses and guarantee less-than-perfect accuracy, the focus of The 180 LSAT State of Mind is to provide each individual the intellectual framework, understanding, and confidence necessary to answer ANY question successfully.
The basic principle of the course is that each question on the LSAT, regardless of section, can be classified as a certain type, sub-type, and variation. The course uses interactive features to explain for each of these classifications the underlying logical framework, the key identifying features, and the appropriate methods of attack. One of the core ideals of this “tiered” system is that students of all levels and abilities can take the same course and each can maximize their own potential, as those struggling mightily can focus more on the broad types and sub-types, while those striving for the perfect score can attempt to master each variation. Hello, I am an LSAT tutor who received a perfect 180 on my official LSAT (as well as perfect scores on many other standardized exams) and have been teaching the LSAT for over 5 years. I teach my own course, called The 180 LSAT State of Mind, which was written and is taught exclusively by myself.
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I have been tutoring the LSATs for over 7 years since receiving a perfect 180 score on my official LSAT. Calling upon my knowledge of the test and nearly every other test method on the market, I have written my own LSAT course that has been tested, back-tested, and re-tested in every manner to ensure that it is truly the most elite, simple, and effective methodology available!