I am an enthusiastic teacher that loves the LSAT. I scored in the 99th percentile on the February 2017 test, but not without a lot of work. I worked my way up from the 150s up to the 170s and I honestly believe the LSAT is one of the most learnable standardized you can take.
My methods revolve around making the test a more step-by-step process and not getting lost in all of the confusing words and tricky grammar. This is especially important for LR (which is 50% of your grade). I also have methods to visually represent logic games which I believe is the most learnable, and getting a -0 or -1 is well within anyone's reach.
A little about my experience, I have been teaching in Asia on-and-off for about 3 years now. I have taught English in Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea. This has made me much better at explaining concepts and visually representing ideas. I have also tutored many students in Asia and am very comfortable teaching one-on-one or in a small group.
Aside from the LSAT, I love studying Japanese and playing tennis. I just moved to Chicago from Bend, Oregon, so I am having a lot of fun exploring and eating new foods.
Undergraduate Degree: Pacific University - Associate in Arts, History
Tennis, Japanese, Go