I am a full-time LSAT teacher with more than ten years of experience, a George Washington Law grad, and the founder of Strategy Prep in Washington, DC.
I’m not yelling at you—I’m yelling at the LSAT. My goal is to show you how easy this test can be.
Abigail is a firm believer in the Demon’s commonsense approach to the LSAT. She loves showing students how to break through convoluted language and boil any argument, passage, or game down to its critical points.
Sara used to suck at the LSAT, but now having conquered the test, she loves helping others do the same. She will begin at Harvard Law School in the fall.
Carl’s favorite section of the LSAT is logical reasoning, but he happily works with students on all sections of the test and likes finding ways to have fun doing so. He will start law school at Yale in the fall.
After scoring a cold 147, Claire raised her score 25 points with slow and steady practice. She’s here to help you do the same.
Matt teaches multiple logic games classes per week, but he loves tutoring all areas of the LSAT. He’s currently going to law school for free, and he’s helped others do the same.
Ruth used to hate logic games, but it’s now her favorite section. She has fun working with others to find new ways to tackle tricky games. She’s also passionate about finding the interesting aspects of every reading comprehension passage.
Troy’s favorite section of the LSAT is logical reasoning, but he enjoys teaching every section and is excited to help you master the test.
Michael’s favorite section is logic games, but he enjoyed the challenge of overcoming his initial difficulty with reading comprehension. He’s a firm believer in using the power of prediction to your advantage on all sections of the test.
Tanya’s favorite section of the LSAT is reading comprehension. She used Demon Live to help push her score into the 170s, and she strongly believes that anyone can master this test.
Chase loved the LSAT from the minute he started studying, and he wants to show other students how enjoyable it can be. His favorite section is logic games, but logical reasoning is a close second.
Logan’s favorite section of the LSAT is logical reasoning because he loves tearing down bad arguments. He is currently president of the UC Irvine moot court team.
Rebecca is a rising 2L and doesn’t even know what a law school tuition bill looks like. Her favorite LSAT sections are logical reasoning and reading comprehension. She loves helping students see how straightforward the LSAT really is.
Dylan grew up loving puzzles, so it makes sense that logic games are his favorite part of the LSAT. He will be starting at Harvard Law School in 2022.
Myles is a rising 2L at Columbia Law School. He has also spent time working on campaigns and on Capitol Hill. His strongest LSAT section is logical reasoning.
As a competitive person, Claire learned to love the LSAT. She improved her official score by 10 points with the LSAT Demon. She believes that having fun with the test is the key to success and that anyone can reach their LSAT goals.
After scoring a cold 147, David studied with the Demon for ten months and improved his score by 25 points. He loves showing others that no matter where you start, the LSAT is a learnable test. He will start law school at the University of Texas at Austin in the fall.
Leslie will help you brainstorm your personal statement topic, coach you through writing it, and edit every detail. Since 2019, she has worked with dozens of Ben and Nathan’s students.