About Nathan Fox and Fox LSAT

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After scoring a 179 on the LSAT and attending law school, I discovered that my true passion and calling in life isn't lawyering, it's teaching. So when I graduated, I very happily decided not to take the bar exam. I know, nobody grows up dreaming of being an LSAT teacher, but it's the perfect fit for me.

I started Fox LSAT in 2009 and I haven’t looked back. Since then, I’ve helped hundreds of students get into their dream schools and earn millions (seriously) in scholarship money. 

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 and my email address, and they are encouraged to use them.

The prep industry tries to convince you that the test is hard, even bordering on impossible. But the secret truth about the LSAT is that it’s actually easy. 

My instruction focuses on fundamentals, confidence, and a happy, focused mindset on test day. I teach you how to have fun with the test, leading to dramatically increased scores. My methods not only prepare you for the LSAT, but for the critical thinking required in law school.

I’m the author of six LSAT books, including Introducing the LSAT, The Fox LSAT Logical Reasoning Encyclopedia, and the Fox LSAT Logic Games Playbook. 

If law school will help you find your calling, then I’ll do my damnedest to help you get in. My goal isn’t to squeak you into a mediocre law school. My goal is to get you a scholarship from the best available school.

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What My Students Say

The top 10 reasons to choose Fox LSAT:

1. My students rave about me. 

Here’s what they’re saying on Yelp.

2. Save money.

I don’t teach in unnecessarily fancy venues, I don’t burn money on advertising, and I don’t do glossy, pricey printing. Your rates will always be at least 10% less than a comparable course from a big name company. Compare with Kaplan LSAT and Princeton Review.

3. Save time.

My lessons are concise and to the point, with no pulled punches. My primary focus will be to teach you HOW to prepare, rather than waste your money as an overpaid babysitter.

4. I scored in the high 99th percentile.

I scored a 179 on the February 2007 LSAT. Ask the other prep companies to beat those scores.

5. I can actually teach.

Corporate prep companies use teachers who are paid by the hour. Most of them have no teaching experience and are simply picking up a bit of cash before/during law school. I graduated from law school, but my passion is teaching. I love what I do, and the results show it.

6. A real relationship with your instructor. 

I care not only about my students' test results, but also their educational and professional careers. You’ll never feel anonymous in my classes, and I’ll see you through to test day and far beyond. I hope to remain friends, colleagues, and collaborators with my students. Compare with other LSAT classes in San Francisco.

7. I wrote the book (literally… six of them!).

I’m the author of Cheating the LSAT and five other LSAT books with stellar reviews. Check me out on Amazon.

8. I use only recent, real LSAT questions.

My course is constantly updated to include the most recent tests as soon as they are released by LSAC. Why waste your time studying old—or even worse, made up—LSAT questions?

9. Flexible payment plans.

I want my courses to be available to students and working people. That’s why I let students pay for their LSAT preparation on a schedule that’s convenient for them. Whatever your situation, call me and I’m sure we can work something out.

10. Support a local business.

With Fox LSAT, your dollars stay in San Francisco and Los Angeles. (Mostly the bars.)