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Breaking news: the LSAT is hard. And not just “normal standardized test” hard—”written to see if you’ve got what it takes to go to school for at least three years to become a professional arguer” hard. It’s easy to sink months into LSAT preparation without seeing noticeable improvement if you’re not prepping the right way.
At Inspirica Pros, ‘prepping the right way’ is our middle name. Okay, not actually, but our test experts can still show you how to conquer the LSAT. Scroll down to get started.
Why Law Students Choose Inspirica Pros for Online LSAT Tutoring
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The LSAC is so certain their test is prep-proof that they’ve released more than 90 official practice tests. They’re basically daring you to beat the LSAT—and our team of experienced LSAT tutors can help you do just that. With an abundance of high-quality materials for you to work with and one of our LSAT gurus on your side, the test might as well plead ‘nolo contendere’.
Increase Your LSAT Score & Get Into Law School
At Inspirica Pros, we have helped thousands of students increase their LSAT scores by as much as 100 points and get into the top law schools in the country. Our proven methods will help you maximize your potential on the exam and get admitted to your dream school.
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Our tutors are available anytime during the week or on weekends so that they can be there when you need them most. And because our online tutoring sessions are conducted via Skype or FaceTime (or both), our students get access to high quality tutors on a schedule that fits their busy lifestyle.
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We have been offering professional 1:1 instruction to clients all over the world for more than 30 years. Our top-tier team of qualified instructors tailors the learning process to the demands of each individual student, opening up fast routes to better results while putting sensitivity and confidentiality first. Our Pros also have all they need to help you maximize your outcomes and reduce your stress because they are equipped with our diagnostics and learning tools that are among the best in the business.
Meet Some of Our Featured LSAT Tutors
Aja has an impressive track record with her students, coaching several students to perfect ACT scores, and tutors a broad range of tests, from the ISEE and SSAT for younger students, to the SAT and ACT for high schoolers, all the way up to the LSAT, GRE, and GMAT for graduate level students. In addition to her passion for test prep, Aja tutors a breadth of academic subjects, including biology, chemistry, German, astronomy, and music theory. Her favorite test to tutor, though, is the LSAT. Ask her anything about the LSAT. Go ahead. Just make sure you have at least an hour free.
Lisa taught her first SAT prep course in 1987, back when the College Board still claimed that its test measured “aptitude.” A lot has changed since then, but Lisa’s devotion to mastering what’s on the test, how it’s tested, and how best to prepare hasn’t. Along the way, she has tutored thousands of students in Southern California and all over the world; worked with the best research and development teams in the business; and trained to teach almost every entrance exam out there, from middle school to high school, through college and graduate school.
Fritz has been helping students with test preparation and academic subjects since 1988. Originally from Olympia, Washington, Fritz attended Stanford University where he earned undergraduate degrees in Music and Applied Math and a Master’s Degree in Computer Science and served as a Teaching Fellow. His teaching experience also includes four years of high school math, music, computer science and physics. Fritz has experience teaching students at all levels, including students with visual and auditory impairments and a wide variety of learning differences.
Donald served for over 30 years as the Master Tutor at an internationally recognized test prep company and has tutored thousands of students of all ages. He also has trained hundreds of other aspiring tutors and has been involved in the development of course materials for high school, college, and grad school entrance exams. He has led numerous seminars and participated in panel discussions based on his expertise in various standardized tests. Donald has worked with the families of leaders in the arts, finance, and government realms, travelling throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and South America.
Taking the best lessons from the LSAT Trainer, the PowerScore Bibles, and other materials, Conor teaches his students how to understand what they’re being asked at a deep level. Through his tailored method, he has helped LSAT takers improve by more than 20 points and get into the law schools of their dreams. In addition to LSAT tutoring, he also helps with application questions and essays. Many of his LSAT pupils have shown improvements of 10+ points in their scores after only a few sessions, and have been admitted to Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, UCLA, Fordham, Cornell, Georgetown, Penn, Chicago and other top law schools.
There are only a few LSAT tutors who have been doing this for so long & who have been involved in the industry at so many different levels as Dan Edmonds. He has led R&D for two major test prep companies, written or contributed to many test prep & admissions books, trained or mentored hundreds of tutors, and worked with thousands of students. Dan is a contributor to Forbes and Time magazines on educational topics, and is at the top of the list of education editors in NYC. Dan takes delight in connecting with high scoring students who need to wring the last few points out of a test, and brings knowledgeable insight into his tutoring prep.
Our Results-Driven Approach To LSAT Tutoring
From the very first intake conversation, our team will work to understand your personality, your strengths, and your areas for growth in order to match you to the perfect LSAT tutor. An optimal tutor-student match means a smoother start to the tutoring process and less stress and anxiety throughout.
Once tutoring is underway, your Pro will continually work to cater the learning experience to your specific needs. From the way study material is presented to the practice work between tutoring sessions, you’ll learn on your terms and have everything you need to succeed on the LSAT.
Our Pros are more than just content masters—they’re learning experts who are there to support you in every way possible throughout the LSAT tutoring process. And in addition to your tutor, there’s an entire team behind the scenes ready to help the program run smoothly from start to finish.
Frequently Asked Questions About LSAT Tutoring & Prep
What are the advantages of working with an LSAT Tutor?
LSAT tutors can help you develop an effective study strategy, identify areas where you need more practice and improve your understanding of the material. They also have experience working with students who have similar backgrounds and learning styles, so they can help you identify what works best for you.
Working with an LSAT tutor is a good option if:
- You're not sure where to begin studying or when to start
- You're feeling overwhelmed by all the material
- You need help improving your test-taking skills and time management skills
How much do LSAT tutors charge?
The answer depends on several factors, including how much time you need with your tutor. If you're looking for one-on-one tutoring, expect to pay between $80 and $200 per hour. This can vary depending on whether you're looking for in-person or online tutoring, what part of the country you live in, and whether or not the tutor is a lawyer. You should also consider whether or not your tutor offers group sessions as well as private sessions. No matter your LSAT tutoring needs, Inspirica Pros has the ideal tutor for you.
What's covered during an LSAT tutoring program?
There are five types of questions on the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, analytical reasoning (which includes both formal and informal logic), sentence correction, and an experimental section. All sections are weighted equally. The first four types of questions are all multiple choice with five answer choices per question. The fifth type is passage-based reading comprehension questions in which you must read a short paragraph or passage and then answer questions about it.
An LSAT tutor will work with you to help you learn how to approach these different types of questions so that you can master them all by the time you sit for the exam. After all, if you're unsure about how to approach one type of question on test day, that could mean fewer points for some other type of question that you know how to tackle perfectly well.
How much will LSAT tutoring increase my score?
When it comes to LSAT tutoring, there are many different factors that can affect how much your score will increase. Some of these include:
- How much time you have spent practicing with practice tests in advance of your test date
- Whether or not you were able to find an effective study guide or prep book that matched your learning style and needs
- How well-versed you are in grammar and vocabulary
Do you need a high IQ to do well on the LSAT?
A high IQ is not necessarily a predictor of LSAT success. In fact, many people with high IQs struggle with the LSAT because they have never been taught how to think like a lawyer.
The LSAT is a test of logic and reasoning skills. It measures your ability to understand the structure of an argument, spot logical inconsistencies and errors, and recognize what's most important in a passage. The LSAT does not test your knowledge of facts or your ability to recall information you've memorized.
So what does it take to do well on the LSAT? You need to develop your reasoning skills and practice applying them consistently in all types of questions. That's why we offer LSAT tutoring for students who want to improve their scores. Our instructors help you develop strong analytical abilities and build confidence so that you can tackle each question type with confidence. With our help, you'll learn how to manage time pressure effectively so that you don't run out of time on any given question type or section during the actual exam day (which could cost you points!).
What is the hardest part of the LSAT?
The hardest part of the LSAT exam is known as "logic games." It's not that these sections are longer or more difficult than other sections; instead, they require you to use logic in order to solve problems. These problems usually involve putting together clues or rules in order to figure out what must be true in each case presented. Some people find this easier than others do because they have a knack for using logic and deduction in their daily lives. If this is something that comes naturally to you, then it should make sense on test day. However, if this isn't something that comes easily to you or if you've never been asked to think this way before, then it could be very challenging and frustrating at first.
How often should I be studying for the LSAT?
This is a question that most students ask themselves when they begin preparing for the LSAT. The answer depends on how well you have been doing so far and whether or not you have been taking full practice tests. If you have been going through the prep books and doing the practice tests and still are not getting better then it would be wise to take a break from this type of study. You should instead focus on doing more problems from the OG LR and LG sections and reviewing those problems until you feel that you have mastered them.
If on the other hand, you have been doing well on your practice tests then we would recommend continuing with your current schedule since it has been working for you. However, if you are looking for some extra help in one area of the test or just want a second opinion then we recommend connecting with one of our LSAT tutors who can provide the extra assistance you need to ace the LSAT.
What's considered a good LSAT score in 2023?
The scoring scale is from 120 to 180, with 120 being the lowest score possible and 180 being the highest. There are three types of scores: scaled scores, percentile ranks and average scores. Scaled scores are what most people refer to when they say "LSAT scores" because they are the ones used by law schools and admissions offices as a measure of your performance on the exam.
As with every standardized test, there's no exact formula for what constitutes a good LSAT score or how it relates to other measures such as GPA. However, there are some general guidelines that can give you an idea of what constitutes a good LSAT score in 2023:
If you've scored above 160 on any practice exam so far this year, you're doing well!
If you're consistently scoring between 150-160 on practice exams so far this year, then maybe it's time to enlist the help of one of our LSAT tutors.
An Overview of the LSAT Exam Format
The LSAT is a test that students take to apply to law school. It’s a three-hour test, and it covers a wide range of topics, including logic and reasoning, reading comprehension, and analytical reasoning. The LSAT is not an easy exam to prepare for, but an LSAT tutor can help you master the material and give you the best chance of finishing well on the exam.
We’ve been doing this for a while now, and we’ve got more than enough knowledge to share. So if you have questions about this test, from scoring to accommodations to fundamental strategies, you can find the answers here.
Interested in discussing how our tutors can help you or your student? Have questions about a standardized test or the tutoring process in general? We’re here to help! Schedule a call or submit your question by filling out the form to the right; we’d love to hear from you.
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