EducationConcordia University, BA Psychology, 2004
Columbia Law School, JD, 2007
* Over 7+ years LSAT teaching experience
* 174 Official LSAT score
* Creator/instructor of logical reasoning course at Fairleigh Dickinson University
* Maintains LSAT-related blog with tons of free information at www.phoenixlsattutor.com
After seven years as an LSAT tutor, I’ve helped a lot of students learn how to get better on this test. What I’ve learned is that my approach is somewhat different from most methodologies out there. The LSAT isn’t a test of knowledge – it’s a test of reasoning and reading comprehension. It’s surprising to note then that most companies out there try to teach the LSAT like it’s a test of knowledge – having students memorize new terminology, rules, and categorization systems. The funny thing is you don’t have to memorize anything to do well on this test: all you need is a clear process for solving problems. I teach you that, and alleviate any other concerns you might have about the test.
If you'd like a better sense of my teaching experience or style, visit my own website at www.phoenixlsattutor.com
HobbiesI'm into technology, entrepreneurship and health. I'm a very easy-going instructor and I really enjoy my time with students.
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