Bill M

LSAT and GMAT Tutor - 99th Percentile on Each - Let's Learn People!

Washington, District of Columbia
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Greetings,

I am a Georgetown University Law Center 3L who will be offering tutoring services for the LSAT and the GMAT. I received a 174 (99.3 percentile) on the LSAT and a 770 on the GMAT (99th percentile ). Furthermore, I have informal experience tutoring including assisting a college colleague in improving his LSAT score from a 136 to a 152 over the course of a month of studying. Finally, I am a tutor that can relate to the common pitfalls that students face with these tests and who can relate their complicated concepts in a layman's format.

Now, I am not just an exceptional intellectual outlier who just "gets" what these tests require -- I'm rather normal. I believe this is important -- I can teach anybody this stuff because I am just like anybody else. For instance, after a month of studying for the LSAT, I was only scoring a 148 and was terribly disappointed. I then decided to divide the work up into categories, experiment with a number of things both in the major guidebooks and native to my own intellect, and practiced hard and often. It worked for me and it will work for you. The GMAT, I should admit, came a bit easier to me but I've always been better at math... it's fun.

Now, in terms of pricing and hours, I am explicitly looking not to fleece anybody. The idea is to diagnose what issues you are struggling with, explain those matters to you, steer you towards free or cheap resources that you can use to practice those targeted areas from, and be there should you be tripped up anywhere along the line. I'll also let you in on the specific methods I used to tackle the game section of the LSAT and the quant section of the GMAT (depending on which exam you are taking) that radically minimize the difficulty involved.

In short, the idea is to make studying for this test less rather than more expensive by means of tutoring because what you will be doing will be properly tailored towards what you need to improve on. Specifically, I will cap my costs for tutoring at $400 total regardless of how much additional tutoring you need -- we all have bills to pay, families to feed, and I just want to see good people succeed and make a little side cash. Oh, and as a closing matter -- should you get tripped up on something and want to talk about it for 5 minutes... like I am not going to bill you for 5 minutes of discussion. Again, I want you to be thinking about learning rather than your pocketbook.

So, that's the deal. I look forward to hearing from you and I hope I can help out.

Cheers,
Bill Moran


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