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Richard G.

Licensed SAT, GRE and LSAT Tutor - Will Get You Your Best Score

Licensed SAT, GRE and LSAT Tutor - Will Get You Your Best Score

$65/hour

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I am a New York and New Jersey licensed attorney and a graduate of Cornell University and Northwestern University School of Law. I have been a certified SAT, GRE, GMAT and LSAT teacher for several years and have worked with students of all different academic backgrounds and abilities. Admissions exams are not something to be scared or intimidated by. With my students, I focus first on conquering any apprehensions they may have about standardized tests in general and about the specific test...

I am a New York and New Jersey licensed attorney and a graduate of Cornell University and Northwestern University School of Law. I have been a certified SAT, GRE, GMAT and LSAT teacher for several years and have worked with students of all different academic backgrounds and abilities. Admissions exams are not something to be scared or intimidated by. With my students, I focus first on conquering any apprehensions they may have about standardized tests in general and about the specific test they are taking and then focus on getting my students the maximum score possible. I enjoy teaching students both specific strategies to attack particular question types and subjects they will encounter as well as generalized test-taking strategies that can be applied to any standardized exam and help students increase the speed with which they answer the exam questions.

Math is my forte. Even though I don't use it daily, I love it and am great at teaching students a variety of ways to answer each of the question types they will encounter. I focus less on specific questions and topics and more on general test strategies so you will have a math toolkit that you can use to tackle any question you'll see on the SAT.

My job requires me to be an outstanding writer. I spend a lot of time focusing on the word-in-context questions, which appear in both the reading and writing sections, as well as identifying contextual clues to improve comprehension. I will also teach you all of the grammar rules that come up consistently on the writing section.

The trick to doing well on the LSAT is not only mastering the topics that appear frequently on the exam, because that will only get you to a 160-165. It is being able to do those questions quickly (especially the logic games) and also have an awareness of the questions that may only appear once on the exam. Depending on what your abilities are and what score you are shooting for, I tailor my tutoring to your needs, whether that is the general material to get into the low 160s, or the other stuff that fills the gap from 160 to 180.


Education

Cornell University
Labor Relations
Northwestern University School of Law
J.D.

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Response time: 3 hours

$65/hour

Richard G.

$65/hour

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  • Only pay for the time you need

  • Find the right fit, or your first hour is free

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Response time: 3 hours