I just wanted to announce a couple upcoming events. First, here's a testimonial!
"It only takes a few minutes with Nathan to realize his class is not what you expected from an LSAT prep course. He's not lecturing you, he's not bullshitting you, he's not trying to sell you some magic LSAT beans. He's making you argue, making you laugh, and making you pay attention.
If you want a class that will make you learn, or at least, help you figure out what the LSAT and law school is really all about, it won't take you long to see that Fox LSAT is very different, in a good way, from the other guys."
- Annie (UCLA Law, Class of 2016)
Santa Clara Law School Fair: Monday, October 14, from 5 - 7 pm On campus at Santa Clara University. Room location: TBA
The fair is open to anyone interested in law school (you do not have to be a Santa Clara student). Drop by the my table to meet me, ask any questions you might have, and get $100 off any class just for coming to the fair.
"Introducing the LSAT": Saturday, November 2, from 1 - 3 pm On campus at Santa Clara University. Room location: Lucas 306
If you care about improving your LSAT score, there's no substitute for doing real LSAT games and questions. This real LSAT class will focus on timed LSAT half-sections, followed by immediate review. Materials provided... come ready to work!
I'll also do a Q&A session with tips on applications, scholarships, the LSAT, law school, and more. The first 50 attendees will get a free copy of my book, “Introducing the LSAT,” and I'll also be giving away free one-year memberships to my online LSAT class (value $595) via Santa Clara University Pre-Law.