About Me


Your LSAT score is the most important part of your law school application.

I'll help you master the concepts underlying each question without wasting any time.

My Story

I never thought I'd become a professional LSAT tutor.

In fact, I saw the LSAT as a major roadblock standing in the way of my dream: to get into law school and become a successful attorney.

However, I knew I had to master it before I could achieve my goal, so I set aside a few months. I studied every LSAT book I could find and every LSAT question ever released.

Little by little, my scores increased from the low 150s to the high 160s, but I didn't stop there. I kept studying until I felt confident about every question, eventually reaching the high 170s and scoring 175 on test day.

I filled entire notebooks with the lessons I learned during my LSAT journey. In the process, I realized that I truly wanted to help others overcome the "LSAT roadblock" and achieve their dreams. I started teaching the LSAT but wanted to do even more, so I created LSAT Blog to share everything I know.

I haven't looked back since.

Over more than a decade, I've helped thousands of students get into the law schools of their dreams, win large scholarships, and become successful attorneys.

I can help you, too.


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I also regularly teach LSAT classes for university pre-law societies and other student organizations. I'd be happy to speak to your group.

For my best LSAT prep options, take a look at my LSAT courses and LSAT tutoring.

Feel free to contact me with any questions, ideas, or just to say “Hi.”


Media Coverage

A few people have been generous enough to feature me in articles, podcasts, and live TV.

See this list for media appearances.


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