The College of Staten Island (Accounting)
Rutgers School of Law - Newark (J.D.)
I have always been interested in teaching and have had to learn how to take tests for the LSAT, the Bar examination and the CPA examination. It takes hard work and dedication to do well on these examinations. I have taught many classes in my profession. I have taught in both the traditional classroom as well as in a virtual classroom. I have taught mostly tax and managerial courses. I have enjoyed teaching for over 20 years and have now decided to tutor students for the LSAT exam.
I have a J.D. law degree and I am a Certified Public Accountant. To reacquaint myself to the LSAT examination I took the exam and I scored over the 90th percentile on a recent unofficial LSAT test.
I will assign homework and provide periodic progress reports so the student knows what to focus on to improve their performance.
I want to help the students do well on the exam and will never charge you for a lesson if you or your parent is not completely satisfied. I will ask for feedback to help both the student for future lessons and to better prepare for future students.
I will work with your schedule but I do have a 24 hour cancellation policy.
I prefer to do lessons at your house or the local library.
I am excited to help students prepare for the LSAT exam and hope you contact me to schedule lessons. I have always been interested in teaching and have had to learn how to take tests for the LSAT, the Bar examination and the CPA examination. It takes hard work and dedication to do well on these examinations. I have taught many classes in my profession. I have taught in both the traditional classroom as well as in a virtual classroom. I have
Rich is my LSAT tutor and has been doing a very commendable job helping me prepare for the exam. He knows the method required for success and is very good at explaining the process.
Richard was very helpful with the logic games- I'm more confident now with just one session and looking forward to learning more!
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I am qualified to tutor the LSAT exam because I received over a 90th percentile score on an unofficial examination recently. I have over 20 years teaching experience and I have worked well with young adults. I have a J.D. degree (law) and a Bachelor of Science -Accounting. I am a Certified Public Accountant too.