About Fox LSAT
The biggest difference between Fox LSAT and the corporate prep companies is that all my classes are taught by me. I’m the sole instructor, and I’m also the owner of the business. My students have my cell phone number (415-518-0630) and my email address (email@example.com) and are encouraged to use them.
I love teaching the LSAT, and I’m committed to the success of my students. Of course, it would be easy for anybody to just say that. So if you want to know what you’re really getting into, you should start by reading reviews on Yelp.
The prep industry tries to convince students that the test is hard, bordering on impossible, but the secret truth about the LSAT is that it’s actually easy. My students are some of the brightest, hardest working people I have ever met. My job is simply to demonstrate a rational, commonsense approach to the test. Once students see me do a couple dozen logic games on the board, they realize that it’s really just a series of baby steps, and that they’re plenty smart enough to master it. Students start out saying “Wow, Nathan makes it look easy.” Soon, they say “Oh, I see, the LSAT actually is easy.”