Here’s what Will L. from San Francisco, CA had to say after working with me to prepare for the LSAT. Nathan is great. One of the best, most effective, and efficient teachers I have had in any discipline. He doesn't mince words, but always remember he is an expert - one of the best LSAT teachers out there, so follow his advice. I did some other LSAT prep courses as well (not in class courses FWIW) and Nathan's techniques are far superior. He doesn't waist time, and on the LSAT you can't either.
I went in to his class getting mid-range scores - I would have been able to go to law school, but probably not a great one; I came out getting high scores. Due to Nathan's class, and his advice on how to approach law school admissions, I am in to many top-20 schools, including some top 14.
Ultimately (in true LSAT form) I would put it like this: Nathan's class was a necessary condition, not a sufficient condition, for my success in the LSAT/law school admissions process, and if you don't know the difference between those, you definitely need his class.
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