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The best LSAT prep: course, self-study, or tutoring?

The best LSAT prep: course, self-study, or tutoring?

So you’ve decided it’s time to start prepping for your LSAT. That’s wonderful! But now… where to begin? LSAT prep course, self-study, or tutoring? There are tons of options out there, and it can be overwhelming trying to figure out what’s best for you. Should you...

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6 Tips to Start Studying for LSAT

6 Tips to Start Studying for LSAT

Starting your LSAT prep can be intimidating. With lots of books and prep courses out there, it can be hard to know where to start studying for LSAT. You may have heard that the LSAT is the most important part of your law school admissions package, but that just adds...

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Reclaim your LSAT motivation

Reclaim your LSAT motivation

**Note: This article was originally written during the beginning months of the coronavirus pandemic when many states were under stay-at-home orders. However, LSAT motivation comes and goes for us all regardless of whether there's a pandemic or not, so I'm hoping that...

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The Best LSAT Mentality: A Growth Mindset

The Best LSAT Mentality: A Growth Mindset

The longer I’ve tutored, the more I’ve come to realize that the most important tool a student has is not the right materials, the right study plan, or the right tutor, but is instead the right mindset. With the wrong mindset, students get discouraged and progress...

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The best way to blind review for LSAT

The best way to blind review for LSAT

Do you know how to blind review your LSAT practice tests? Or are you making any of these critical mistakes when reviewing practice questions? You review the questions you miss, but not the questions you get right--even if they were a guess. When checking your answers,...

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How to Review LSAT Practice Tests with an Error Log

How to Review LSAT Practice Tests with an Error Log

Does it ever seem like you are burning through LSAT material without seeing much actual improvement? If so, stop now. Put down your pencil, and read this post. Once you learn how to review your LSAT practice tests, you’ll inevitably make faster progress toward your...

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GRE

Why you should use an GRE Error Log

Why you should use an GRE Error Log

In my nearly 15 years of tutoring the GRE, I’ve had a lot of students make significant increases in their scores. I’ve also sometimes had students who haven’t reached their score goals, sometimes even despite weeks of prep. So what sets the first type of student apart...

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SAT/ACT

ACT and SAT self-study habits

ACT and SAT self-study habits

Especially with schools out early this year or shifting to online school, a lot of families are choosing to make the most of the situation by getting a jump on SAT or ACT prep. Many are going the route of self-study. But that raises the question of exactly how to go...

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SAT and ACT Prep while Social Distancing

SAT and ACT Prep while Social Distancing

These are uncertain times, as we all know. Whether directly or indirectly, we've all been affected by the current situation. But if you made it to this blog post, you must also be thinking about what to do with your child's SAT or ACT prep. What should SAT and ACT...

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How to get a good SAT score

How to get a good SAT score

Raising your SAT score is not easy. It takes a lot of hard work and determination! But strong scores can make all the difference in getting into your top choice university or getting the scholarship money to pay for it. Because of that, it’s worth your time to make...

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Why you should use an SAT Error Log

Why you should use an SAT Error Log

I’ve been teaching the SAT for over 15 years now, and there’s one thing that I’ve seen consistently in the students who have made the most improvement while studying. It’s not about how much they study or how smart they are. It’s all about how well they learn from...

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