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Dor G.

Palm Harbor, FL

$50/hour

LSAT Simplifying the Complex, In Person and Online Sessions

4.7 average from 6 ratings

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St Peter's College, Jersey City, NJ
Seton Hall School of Law
J.D.

Education

St Peter's College, Jersey City, NJ

Seton Hall School of Law (J.D.)

About Dor

LSAT: I offer LSAT private courses and LSAT tutoring in person and online to arm each student with the knowledge and skills needed to conquer this test and get into law school. I have years of experience teaching the LSAT and have taught prep courses for national prep companies.

Additional Experience: I have been tutoring and teaching for over 30 years. In college, I tutored English to other students. While in law school, I taught GED students math and English. I also taught at, and then directed, the American Institute for Paralegal Study. Currently, I help college graduates with test preparation for tests needed to get into graduate school, ie LSAT for law school admission. I assist students in writing research papers and thesis on the graduate level. I tutor college level students SAT and ACT prep.

Credentials: My credentials consist of education and hands-on experience. I have an undergraduate degree in liberal arts, with a minor in English. I also have a Juris Doctorate degree from a Northeastern law school and I have been admitted to two (2) state bars. (That means 2 bar exams, and good test taking skills.) More importantly, I think my ability to simplify complex concepts is my most important attribute.
LSAT: I offer LSAT private courses and LSAT tutoring in person and online to arm each student with the knowledge and skills needed to conquer this test and get into law school. I have years of experience teaching the LSAT and have taught prep Read more

Policies
Cancellation
36 hours notice required

Hourly rate is for graduate level students. Hourly rate reduced to accommodate student's grade level and number of weekly lessons.

Travel Radius
Travels within 15 miles of Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Math:
Prealgebra
Art:
Art History
English:
English, Grammar, Proofreading, TOEFL, Writing
Test Preparation:
ASVAB, Bar Exam, College Counseling,
GED, LSAT, TOEFL
Language:
TOEFL
Elementary Education:
Grammar
Business:
Law

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College Counseling

I have been tutoring and teaching for over 30 years. In college, I tutored math and English to other students. While in law school, I taught GED students math and English. I also taught at, and then directed, the American Institute for Paralegal Study. My responsibilities in this position included counseling paralegal students in financial aid; certification, testing and organization membership; job placement, interview, resume and references; arranging internships at law firms and legal organizations; advanced paralegal certification program. Responsibilities also included an outreach program where I would meet with applicants and potential applicants and, counsel them based on above criteria. While in college and law school, I assisted other students in choosing majors and areas of concentration based on the criteria outlined above. Basic criteria included interest, aptitude, finances, market. I worked for the Opportunity Scholarship Program.

My credentials consist of education and job experience. I have an undergraduate degree in liberal arts, with a minor in math. I took many psychology and counseling courses as electives while in college. I also have a Juris Doctorate degree from a Northeastern law school and I have been admitted to two (2) state bars, and practiced in both state and federal courts.

Review of SAT/ACT scores and percentiles, review of GPA and class rank; review of extracurricular activities, sports, volunteer work and work experience; Test aptitude and/or review aptitude test results from 3rd party testers; determine need for financial aid and explore options; determine student's field/s of academic/job interest; determine location of college, physical vs virtual; discuss expected job market at graduation; find job niche. Based on the above factors, locate 3-5 colleges; assist with prep. of applications, instruct and review prep. of application essay; materials for references, if required and specimen reference letter; assist with completion of financial aid forms, with emphasis on essay for opportunity programs and scholarships; direction on account set up and delivery of required items to schools, i.e. college boards.

St Peter's College, Jersey City, NJ
Seton Hall School of Law
J.D.

Education

St Peter's College, Jersey City, NJ

Seton Hall School of Law (J.D.)

Hourly rate

Standard Hourly Rate: $50.00

Cancellation: 36 hours notice required

Hourly rate is for graduate level students. Hourly rate reduced to accommodate student's grade level and number of weekly lessons.

Travel policy

Dor will travel within 15 miles of Palm Harbor, FL 34683.