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,” but the easiest way to stay in touch is to join my free email course.


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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I adhere to the Statements of Principles of Good Practice of the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC) and Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA).