Add 12+ Points to Your Score
We have LSAT tutors with 175+ LSAT scores and years of one-on-one tutoring experience.
We provide dozens of practice tests and continuous one-on-one guidance to help get you from day one through test day.
On average, our LSAT students increase their score by 12 points from their first test.
Click below to learn how we can help you master logic games, logical reasoning, and reading comprehension, starting today.
Unlike Kaplan, PowerScore, Princeton Review, TestMasters, and other providers, we don't charge $300+ per hour of tutoring. We endeavor to provide the best talent available, on a one-on-one basis, for about the same amount of money that you might spend on a traditional classroom course.
FREE Proctored LSAT Exams
Due to the Coronavirus/Covid-19, we have suspended proctored LSAT exams, effective March 16, 2020.
We anticipate resuming proctored tests once social distancing measures are no longer in effect.
We typically offer two or three proctored LSAT administrations in advance of each official LSAT. You bring your tablet (or laptop if you don't have one), and we provide the proctor.
Meet an LSAT Tutor
Ready to dominate the next LSAT?
Email , fill out our form at the bottom of this page, or call (202) 349-1450 to set up a consultation today.
We offer one-on-one sessions at either of our two Washington DC locations. In some cases, we can come to your home or office as well.
Your first session is a 90-minute diagnostic session/consultation -- not a test, but an interactive one-on-one session where we home in on your strengths, weaknesses, and learning style to help get you on your way to improving your LSAT score.
During the initial session, we'll work through a few sample LSAT questions together, stopping to discuss concepts as they arise. You can also put us on the spot with any LSAT question that you have encountered and would like to discuss, you can ask us any questions you have, and (of course) we'll take some with you to plan out an effective study schedule based on your goals and your life.
Ditch the impersonal PowerScore course, turn off the 7Sage videos, and stop reading TLS -- we have something better to offer.