In a classroom LSAT course, you see the teacher once or twice a week at the lectures. The teacher has limited knowledge of your prep and little time to help you during free moments before or after class.
With Power Tutoring, your Tutor analyzes the details of each session you complete for your entire course. Through this analysis he knows exactly where you need extra practice and which techniques you have mastered. Your Tutor provides daily email feedback and constantly optimizes your schedule. Steady and meaningful guidance from an expert tutor ensures that you reach your top LSAT score. And our Tutors are serious LSAT experts:
The Curriculum is the backbone of any LSAT course: it teaches techniques for success on the test. Other LSAT companies have outdated curricula that limit their students’ improvement. This fall, we finished building a curriculum better than all else before it. Here are the key features that make our curriculum better:
Classroom LSAT courses consist of 4-hour lectures twice a week followed by homework. This simple, rigid schedule is not convenient. All students work at the same pace, spend the same amount of time on each topic, and complete the same problem sets.
With Nexus, your Smart Schedule is much more powerful. It is composed of short prep sessions that focus on a specific skill or type. Detailed instructions are provided for every task, and your prep data for each session is stored in your schedule. Most importantly, your Tutor builds your Smart Schedule just for you, to fit your LSAT skills and life.
Thomas, our CEO and head tutor, has seven years of LSAT teaching experience working one-on-one with over 300 students. After graduating from Williams College with a double major in economics and psychology, he scored a 177 on the October 2005 LSAT (Score Report). Discovering a passion for LSAT prep, he turned down a scholarship at Columbia Law School to found Nexus LSAT. He loves yoga, snowboarding, and mountain biking.
Ryan is a communicator, logical thinker, and writer. He has degrees from the College of William and Mary in Chinese and English. Before co-founding Nexus LSAT with Thomas, Ryan wrote an interactive online textbook for English speakers learning Chinese, which further developed his ability to explain complex ideas simply. An outdoors enthusiast and athlete, Ryan enjoys waking up at unreasonably early hours. His mantra: the hardest part about getting to the top is staying there.