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How can a LSAT tutor help you?

Are you beginning the exciting time of looking at law schools you would like to attend? If so, you are also probably beginning to think about how to prepare for the LSAT. Varsity Tutors can help you find an LSAT tutor in Boston, Massachusetts, who can help you study for the big exam. Unfortunately, the test dates for the LSAT fall either at the tail end of a school semester (in June) or at the beginning of a new semester and school year (September/October). This means that no matter which date you choose for your test, you will likely be busy with other academic demands. No need to worry; your tutor can be flexible around your busy schedule. You can meet with your personal tutor at a time and place that works best for you, either online or in person.

Your tutor can help you sort through all the LSAT preparation resources at your disposal and teach you how to utilize all this information to your advantage while studying. Your experienced Boston LSAT tutor can also help you prepare for the exam by explaining the test structure to you and letting you know what to expect on exam day. Knowing that there are two 35-minute timed sections (logical reading and analytical reasoning), and how to best study for them, may help you better prepare for the exam.

Private 1-on-1 Tutoring by Harvard Honors Grads! We serve Boston and all Suburbs.

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Boston, MA LSAT tutoring
We went over his assignments for the week from his home schooling program, specifically a persuasive essay. We picked a topic, wrote an outline and did a bibliography in an effort to get him prepared to write it in the next couple of days.
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Boston, MA LSAT tutoring
The student was reviewing for her test tomorrow, which was covering graphs of inequalities, solving systems of equations using substitution, elimination, and graphing. She was mostly having trouble with word problems, so we worked on a couple of those, and also graphing inequalities. She was doing very well with solving systems of equations. Most of her errors were small addition/subtraction or negative sign errors. We also practiced checking her solution so she could check her answers on her exam tomorrow.
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Boston, MA LSAT tutoring
Today's session focused on reviewing the multiple choice questions on the ISAT exam. We troubleshot the problems that he had difficulty with and made a list of strategies to work on. There are ten more multiple choice questions to review as well as one extended response question. This will be the focus of the next session.
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Boston, MA LSAT tutoring
The student and I went over her biology final review sheet, and I quizzed her on topics in ecology, cell structure and function, photosynthesis and cell respiration, and genetics. For algebra, we reviewed slope, transformations, probability, and permutations, and we did several practice problems on functions.
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Boston, MA LSAT tutoring
We covered several lessons' worth of homework as the student prepared for the semester end. The material dealt with several concepts of geometry from polygons, and their characteristics to a review of angles and several properties/rules therein.
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Boston, MA LSAT tutoring
The student and I reviewed his homework practice tests: English - 24 and Reading - 27. This was with extended time. English took him 60 minutes and the reading took him 53 minutes. We then practiced math and science together. I assigned him a Science test and a Writing test as homework for our next session.
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