Online LSAT Tutoring
For aspiring law students, the LSAT is an important component of the application process. Our top-scoring and highly-experienced LSAT tutors will help you improve not only your test scores but also your grasp of the material and your studying strategy. We have a comprehensive understanding of both the content and the structure of the test, and our tutors will work with you to identify your strengths and weaknesses. With our help, you will be able to approach the LSAT with confidence.
Learnt by Tutor the People LSAT tutors possess both the experience and the expertise to help you achieve the score you need to get into the law school of your dreams. With Ivy League credentials and a proven track record of helping students improve their test scores, our tutors will guide you through the critical analysis and logical reasoning sections of the LSAT. You’ll also benefit from their insights into studying effectively for this notoriously difficult exam.
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Our Tutors are Awesome
At some point in time, LSAT tutoring became a product fueled by large companies focusing on meager, average score improvements. Unsatisfied with the status quo, Tutor the People was founded with the goal of personalizing LSAT test prep based on the needs of the individual student, not the needs of a large focus group. We hire tutors who not only score within the 94th percentile or above on the LSAT, but also have a passion and skill for teaching their students how to recreate this success on test day.
Free Introductory Hour
A Free Introductory Hour is included with the purchase of any of our LSAT study packages. You and your tutor will create a LSAT plan of attack that is personalized to you, before you begin using your paid package hours.
A Team of Pros Dedicated to Your Success
Each LSAT tutoring package includes a top-percentile scoring LSAT tutor who creates a customized study plan that is tailored to your inherent strengths and weaknesses in the material, in addition to a personal academic strategist who can guide you through your application timeline and essays and is there to support you every step of the way.
Our approach to LSAT tutoring:
Tutor the People specializes in taking an individualized approach with every student. To begin, we seek to learn as much about our students’ history with the exam. We ask pertinent questions, such as:
1When did you begin studying for the LSAT?
2Have you taken an LSAC® LSAT practice test?
3Have you taken an official LSAT exam?
4What are you scoring in each section?
5Are you struggling with a specific section/problem type, or do you want help on all LSAT sections?
6Do you want to work on content and strategy?
7What days/times are you available to meet with a tutor?
8Do you prefer online or in-person tutoring (Note: you can use both options)
9Have you registered for an upcoming test date?
After we get a better idea about our students’ history and struggles with the LSAT, we then match the student with a hand-picked tutor, based on the student’s needs and times of availability.
Customized LSAT Study Plan:
When studying alongside a tutor for 1-on-1 preparation, the pair creates a flexible and fluid study plan that focuses on the student’s strengths to supplement their areas of improvement. Depending on the student’s schedule, the tutor can meet as often as daily, either online or in-person at the student’s location of choice. Your tutor will present his or her proven methods and help you create the best strategy that works for your needs. In addition, the pair studies the body of the test- from the backbone of the language to the multiple choice, reasoning and elimination.
Tutor the People also offers group LSAT tutoring, which focuses on individual needs, while applying each lesson to the group as a whole. It is our mission to provide the best LSAT prep experience for every member of the group.
The Total Score
Logical Reasoning2 LR sections, also known as "arguments," each containing 24-26 questions
Reading ComprehensionContains 26-28 questions
Analytical ReasoningAlso known as "Logic Games," contains 22-24 questions
Writing SampleUnscored, though scanned and sent to admissions offices.
Your final LSAT score is determined based on the following process:
1. They tally up your “raw score,” which is the number of questions answered correctly out of the 100-102 questions total. Please note that there is no penalty for guessing, so you should never leave a question unanswered.
2. LSAC converts your “raw score” into a “scaled score,” which ranges from 120-180. They use a process called “equating,” in which your scores are measured across all LSATs ever administered.
3. LSAC provides your percentile rank, which is based upon all scores from tests administered within the past 3 years. For example, if you scored an 86 “raw score,” this equals a 170 scaled score, and would put you in the 97.4% ranking. Go you!
To learn more about each section of the LSAT and how our tutors can help, please see below:
Logical Reasoning I & II [LR], 35 minutes each
Logic Games 35 minutes
Reading Comprehension [RC], 35 minutes
Experimental Section 35 minutes, unscored
Writing Sample 35 minutes, unscored
Read about LSAT Test Dates here
More Info & Resources
Free LSAT Resources:
Read about the LSAT Test Dates and sign up for an upcoming test date!
Find free LSAT Prep Materials here on the official LSAC® website
Take a Free LSAT Test and see which areas you need to improve to score well on the LSAT!
Take a free Logical Reasoning Quiz provided by LSAC!
Forewarned is forearmed. Read the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) and learn more about the entire law school admissions process. Learn how to make yourself a competitive candidate.
Connect with other pre-law students on the Law School Admissions Forum. Ask questions and share insight.
Tutor the People Pre-Law Scholarship
We help students achieve their academic goals. In addition to our personalized LSAT prep, we are now offering a pre-law scholarship for tuition.
You can read more about our current scholarship below:
First Place Winner: $1,000 payable to your current undergraduate or future law school tuition. Our 2018 winner, Leah, attends Texas Christian University.
Essay Prompt: How will a JD enable you to create a positive impact on the world?
Due Date: 12/31/2020
Word Count: 500 – 1500 words
How to Enter:
- Craft an essay that responds to the prompt.
- Proofread your essay thrice!
- Attach your PDF essay submission.
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By submitting your prompt you agree to the essay rules and conditions.