Touro College (Economics)
Columbia Law School (Class of 2018) (Graduate Coursework)
I began teaching the LSAT more than two years ago after I scored in the 99th percentile on my LSAT. Since then, I spent hundreds of hours tutoring all different types of students and have significantly increased their scores. Many students came to me while they were scoring in the 10th percentile and lower, and after my rigorous and thorough teaching, they scored as high as the 80th percentile on their actual exam. I also helped a number of students achieve scores in the 99th percentile, and they are attending the most prestigious law schools in the country. I have brought many others to double digit point increases.
I am very fluent in the logic games and really enjoy teaching them. I have seen every game and can thoroughly prepare students to not "freak out" from new games. I have very clear and specific methods. I divide up the games between sequencing, grouping, selection, and pattern games. For each type of game, i teach the students the specific techniques to conquer the game. I also show the students how to learn to anticipate the answer based on the questions (could be true vs. must be true). I can answer questions from every logic game that was ever released, and I can highlight similarities between them to allow students to improve specific weak points.
My logical reasoning abilities are strong and I can teach methods to tackling the questions. I know many of the questions by heart, and I have strong techniques for increasing logical reasoning scores. I teach logical reasoning by going through the specific question types and providing strategies for how to address them (sufficient assumptions vs. necessary assumptions). I am familiar with the patterns and styles of the question and show the students how questions virtually repeat themselves once you know the methods. This helps students relax and be able to answer the questions properly.
My methods for improving reading comprehension have also led to large point increases for students. I believe that the only way to improve reading comprehension is by practicing every single day. I urge my students to read at least a passage every single day in preparation for the test and I give them methods for improving their reading comprehension scores. Many of my students start out with more than ten questions wrong on their diagnostic reading comprehension, and see those numbers cut into halves and thirds. I began teaching the LSAT more than two years ago after I scored in the 99th percentile on my LSAT. Since then, I spent hundreds of hours tutoring all different types of students and have significantly increased their scores. Many students came to me while they were scoring in the 10th percentile and lower, and after my rigorous and thorough
Moshe was extremely patient with me. He's bright, friendly, and knows his information inside out. I would recommend him for future students looking for help.
Went over some problems from the LSAT books. Moshe is patient and explains clearly the problems. Knowledgeable, and smart. I would recommend him.
I am starting from zero and Moshe clearly, methodically, and patiently is guiding me through the material with clear assignments and follow up! Couldn't ask for better!
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I have been reviewing the LSAT for over a year now. I have spent many hundreds of hours tutoring students for the June and September tests. I myself scored 99% on the actual exam. I have seen and reviewed every test (1-73), and would like to ready more students for the exam.