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Private In-Home and Online LSAT Tutoring in St. Louis, MO

Receive personally tailored LSAT lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

How can a LSAT tutor help you?

The LSAT, or the Law School Admissions Test, is an exam that is required for entrance into law school. Potential law students can take this test in February, June, October, or December. The test has five sections, which include a writing sample, a variable section, logical reasoning, analytical reasoning, and reading comprehension. Each section allows 35 minutes for completion. Are you preparing to take this extensive exam? Do you want assistance with your preparation? An LSAT tutor in St. Louis, MO, can work with you to help you prepare for the exam.

LSAT tutoring in St. Louis can help you prepare for the LSAT effectively and efficiently. You can receive individualized attention from your private LSAT tutor. Is there a specific subject that will be on the exam that you struggle with the most? Your tutor can plan sessions around the particular topics that you need to work on to help you prepare for test day. If you have trouble with the logical reasoning section's justify and assumption questions, your tutor can prep a lesson that walks you through that section of the test to help you familiarize yourself with these types of questions. The tutor can also teach to your specific learning style, whether it's hands-on, visual, or any other style of learning. They can adapt their methods of teaching to how you learn the material the best.

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Session Summaries by LSAT Tutors

LSAT Tutoring review by Ryan in St. Louis, MO
The student and I reviewed a practice test he took. I then worked with him through two practice logic games and a practice logical reasoning section. We formulated a final strategy for him to focus on ahead of his Monday LSAT.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Kathryn in St. Louis, MO
This was my first session meeting with the student. We started by discussing where she is in her LSAT prep, what she hopes to get out of the LSAT itself and what she hopes to get out of tutoring. The student said that she has read through a couple prep books, but didn't feel that they were very helpful. She said that she has taken one practice test, and she didn't do as well as she hoped on it, with the logic games being the most challenging section for her. We spent this session just going over some basic diagramming concepts regarding logic games - linear games in particular. I went fairly quickly though, since the student already has some tricks she was using from her other books. Overall she said that the new methods I gave her were very helpful. We ended by doing several diagramming set-up drills. The student was doing well with these and I gave her a few more to do on her own that we will go over together when we meet on Monday.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Keith in St. Louis, MO
Today we started by reviewing the progress the student has been seeing in his practice sets. We then moved to logic games, where I reviewed the student's current method for sequence games. Subsequently, I introduced my method for solving grouping games. After the session, I emailed another diagnostic test to the student to complete prior to our next session. Overall, I think the student knows the concepts well, and will practice, will speed up the application of these concepts.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Rachel in St. Louis, MO
We reviewed logical reasoning question types; for next session, we will continue going over the remainder of LR question types including assumption questions.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Justin in St. Louis, MO
Introduced self and test. Had student do work while I observed, and began teaching how to map logic games.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Paul in St. Louis, MO
Today we worked on logic games, making some decent progress on 1D order games. We spent the 2nd half working on arguments.
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