I’ve provided 100+ lessons via videos, tests, and drill exercises that will give you the foundation to score at least 155 on the LSAT, with more being added all the time.
I’ll hold you accountable for your study goals by checking in with you during weekly sessions and emails.
I’ll do my best to accurately and truthfully assess your skills and pinpoint exactly how to improve.
I’ll be fully available to you for 4 weekly live-online tutoring sessions of at least one hour, and I will respond to any of your comments in the course promptly during those 4 weeks.
I’ll be open and receptive to your needs for a better user experience on the course.
I’ll do my best to answer your questions during live-online sessions, working with you until you either 100% understand the answer or know what concepts to continue practicing in order to 100% understand.
I’ll always guide you through LSAT problems with patience, respect, and empathy.
Your Responsibilities as a Student
I understand that only I have the power to get the most out of this course and improve on the LSAT, and I’ll only get back as much as I put in.
I’ll submit a diagnostic test result within one week of signing up for the course (either the free June 2007 LSAT or a previous test I’ve taken) so I can track my progress accurately.
I’ll log on to the course and study at least 5 hours a week (and aim for as much time as possible) for at least 12 weeks for better results.
I understand that each of these LSAT lessons improves a skill that I need to master to reach my goal score.
I’ll do my best to follow the course in order, understanding that if I show weakness in one LSAT concept, I may need to revisit that lesson and/or redo the related drills.
I’ll take advantage of the tutoring available by attending and preparing questions for my weekly live-online tutoring session (questions that can’t seem to solve by myself, even after trying my best).
I understand that my access to the course may be limited after one month of complete inactivity.
I’ll do my best to complete all drill exercises, and I recognize that I may need to repeat a sheet of drills until I understand concept(s) and get each question 100% right.
I understand that my access to the basic course is unlimited, but my access may be withdrawn if, for 30 days in a row, I don't log on and use the course.
I understand and agree that these actions are for my benefit and will help guarantee that my LSAT score will improve.
I'll act respectfully to other students and my instructor during live-online tutoring, and I won't leave discourteous comments within the course.
I’ll forgive myself if I’m not perfect, but I’ll always push myself to improve.
I’ll have faith in myself, in my skills, and know that I am smart and dedicated enough to do great on the LSAT!