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The Best LSAT Tutors in Utah

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Maggie B.
40/hour

Ogden, UT

177 LSAT, 99th Percentile

I am very familiar with the LSAT; I have immense experience with preparing and studying for the test. I have taken it twice, and by changing my studying regimen for the second test, I was able to improve by 7 points and score a 177.... read more

40/hour
5.0 (1)
2 hours tutoring LSAT out of 12 hours
Offers in person & online lessons
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I am very familiar with the LSAT; I have immense experience with preparing and studying for the test. I have taken it twice, and by changing my studying regimen for the second test, I was able to improve by 7 points and score a 177.... read more

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Lisa L.
50/hour

175 LSAT Tutor with 5+ years of Tutoring Experience

I increased my LSAT score from my initial diagnostic score in the 140s to a 175. By developing study plans for myself and modifying them as I learned what worked best for me, I ultimately increased my score by 30+ points. read more

50/hour
5.0 (38)
67 hours tutoring LSAT out of 78 hours
Offers online lessons
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I increased my LSAT score from my initial diagnostic score in the 140s to a 175. By developing study plans for myself and modifying them as I learned what worked best for me, I ultimately increased my score by 30+ points. read more

Keith S.
275/hour

Veteran tutor in your corner!

I taught standardized testing (LSAT, MCAT, and SAT) for 10 years at a major test prep company. I have an official LSAT score in the 99th percentile. read more

275/hour
5.0 (362)
431 hours tutoring LSAT out of 1,167 hours
Offers online lessons
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I taught standardized testing (LSAT, MCAT, and SAT) for 10 years at a major test prep company. I have an official LSAT score in the 99th percentile. read more

Lawrence G.
50/hour

99th Percentile LSAT Scorer

I tutor the LSAT for other companies that charge a considerably higher hourly rate for my services. You are getting the same level of tutoring at a much better price here. I took the LSAT in June and again in July of 2019. My July... read more

50/hour
5.0 (26)
109 hours tutoring LSAT out of 132 hours
Offers online lessons
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I tutor the LSAT for other companies that charge a considerably higher hourly rate for my services. You are getting the same level of tutoring at a much better price here. I took the LSAT in June and again in July of 2019. My July... read more

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