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I teach the LSAT and can focus on all sections:
Analytical Reasoning (aka Logic Games)
Writing Sample (when appropriate)
Dear Parents and Students, May I be a personal tutor for you or your child? I have been successfully tutoring for over 12 years. I have some glowing letters of recommendation, and among the highest ratings in this region. I graduated with honors, Summa Cum Laude from Case Western Reserve University, where I made the Dean's List. I also earned a Provost Academic Scholarship for my excellent test scores, including 34 in ACT mathematics and 780 in SAT mathematics. In addition to teaching for Cleveland schools, I currently teach 20 private sessions each week, 1st through 12th grade, as well as college students and business professionals. I have also served on the faculty at Cuyahoga Community College. I am patient, friendly and many students tell me that I explain concepts more ...
Critical Reading, Reasoning
I train individuals in meeting their academic and career goals by providing a teaching environment through the highest quality of elementary, theoretical, practical, and professional instruction. Supporting academic organizations in maintaining a successful, efficient, and ethical operation within the community. I am a Rutgers University graduate who provides individualized instruction to university or professional communities. I am a proficient academic writer who enjoys giving feedback to other writers, especially on wide issues such as developing an argument and organizing ideas. I contribute to student's academic experience in substantial and meaningful ways. I can guide students in refining reasoning skills and writing skills.
Teach what YOU want to learn. Focus on your weakness and improve it. Outline your strengths and highlight them. To teach at my home studio be alert I have a cat and a dog - so allergies are considered. Also must be able to walk up stairs to my apt. Very nice area and free curbside parking.
I have been teaching since I was 15 years old! Started with peer to peer tutoring to summer lifeguard and swim lessons for all ages in pool and the ocean! Today, after years of singing back up and performing as a keyboardist or drummer for STOMP, Celtic Celebration, Olivia Newton John, Lou Reed, Rod Stewart and musical theater tour productions of GREASE, No No Nannette, XANADU; I continue teaching to keep me sharing my joy of music and learning!
Experienced LSAT teacher of 3 years available for eager students with any experience in the LSAT.
Hi, My name is Danny, and I’m excited to meet you. I've been teaching private lessons since 2011. I love helping my students write persuasively, think critically, read efficiently, find their personal voice, and achieve their college admissions dreams. I went to Dartmouth and earned a B.A. in Film and Media Studies and Philosophy in 2011. I also received my J.D. from the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV in 2014, and I'm admitted to the State Bar of Nevada. Aside from being a lawyer, I continue to tutor students privately because I love to teach others and spread my passion for education, learning, and language. I'm a creative and outgoing person, and my teaching style is relaxed, engaging, and catered to your preferences. I look forward to helping you make your goals a ...
I have been teaching the LSAT exam for admission into law school programs for over 4 years, working for companies such as Next Step Test Prep, Catalyst Prep, and Kaplan Inc.
My teaching goals with the LSAT are a minimum improvement of at least 10 points given a time frame of at least 2 months. I am able to guarantee this type of improvement in any student, as this is what I have consistently produced for people with whom I have worked over the years.
My teaching style is to keep the material as exciting and vibrant as possible! Learning should not be a dry and dull experience, it should be highly interesting and involving. There are many aspects of the LSAT that once properly learned can become problem-solving strategies in real-life applications as well!
Hey Guys! My name is Paul and I graduated from the George Washington University in 2010 with a Bachelor's in Economics. After acquiring a job upon graduation, I decided to pursue further education, this time in the field of Computer Science. This post baccalaureate education has allowed me to pursue many more opportunities than I had available to me previously. As such, my knowledge-base in mathematical areas has grown prominently. To talk of my tutoring experience, since 2011, I have tutored for several prominent tutoring companies. Most recently, the 2 nationwide companies that I tutor for include Next Step Test Prep and Catalyst Prep. I have worked with hundreds of kids at improving their approach and strategy to standardized tests. I like to keep tutoring as progressive and ...
I've been teaching test prep for many years and my students typically show notable improvement. I am a retired trial attorney and I was a high scoring LSAT test taker myself. I typically use college board sources, critical thinking materials, time-improvement tactics, and other official prep materials so you get a feel for the actual test. I enjoy working with students of all ages and experience levels and feel confident about improving your outlook on this test.
Karla has been teaching for years and is currently available to teach online or at her home. She has has helped students achieve their Masters degrees, prepare for and succeed with testing tasks including the GRE and LSAT, and taught beginning students including small children everything from basic academic skills to Japanese karate. Karla received training at the University of Arizona where she received a BA in social sciences. She continued her work in social sciences at the University of Alabama where she earned a MA. Next she studied law at Columbia Law School in New York where she earned her JD. She studied anthropology briefly at CUNY and earned her LLM (thesis outstanding) in biotechnology and genomics from Arizona State University. An expert in her field, Karla practiced law ...
Earning a license to practice law is an exciting adventure, but first you need to get into the right school. The first step to getting into law school is passing the LSAT, a required standardized test for all law students. Most potential law students spend a lot of time preparing for the exam and, while a few are able to study on their own and receive a decent grade, most look for assistance. If you're scheduled to take the LSAT within the next year, you need to begin studying now, and TakeLessons LSAT prep tutoring is a great way for you to start the process.
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questions and intense writing exercises you'll find on the exam. They'll also help you learn to complete questions efficiently, since the LSAT is a timed test.
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