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Yelp Review of the Week: Nathan's Books, Podcast and Bootcamp is Helping This Student Conquer the LSAT

Here’s what Mike from Thousand Oaks, CA had to say after working with me on LSAT prep. Nathan's no BS approach to the LSAT exam has helped rewire my brain. When I first read his book Introducing the LSAT: The Fox Test Prep Quick & Dirty LSAT Primer, my practice test scores were low and I felt that the LSAT was some foreign exam which required specialized knowledge. The book provided me with a new view - this test can be beaten. As I binged through the Thinking LSAT Podcast, I came more and more to the realization that the exam is one of aptitude, rather than specific knowledge, which can be honed over practice much like routine exercise.

Rather than turning every piece of the LSAT into a mechanistic diagram, I have begun to see behind the curtain and to recognize many of the questions for what they are: tricky language designed to confuse. I was lucky to attend a recent two-day LSAT boot camp with Nathan and I left feeling far more confident in my abilities. I look forward to continuing to work with Nathan, through tutoring, as I prepare for the June 2016 LSAT where I hope to achieve a score that I would not have believed was within my ability a year ago.

Thank you, Fox LSAT!

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Yelp Review of the Week: Whether You're Undecided or Ready for Law School, Give This Class a Try

happy-face-1191165Here’s what Jae from Millbare, CA had to say after he took my LSAT prep class.

I took the Fox LSAT class for a month and improved my score dramatically from the low 160's to 167-172 range. Nathan does an excellent job at teaching you the shortcuts that you need to know to be successful at the test, especially with the logic games section. His go-to strategy with the grouping games is especially good and makes those games a cake-walk. He also goes through tough Logical reasoning questions, showing you which operative words to look out for and why one answer choice is better than the other. If you find yourself getting questions wrong on practice tests and you have no idea why, this class will help you.

Another huge benefit for joining class is that you get his Fox LSAT Logical Reasoning Encyclopedia for free. It is a behemoth of a book with hundreds of logical reasoning questions with an entertaining and thorough explanation provided for every question and their answer choices. This helped me a lot, as I often found myself asking why a certain choice was incorrect when I was self-studying for the test. It will definitely help you sharpen your critical eye, so that you can find the correct answer choices faster and easier.

Finally, Nathan is a pretty awesome dude who is always willing to help outside of class time in case you have questions about the LSATs, law school, or careers in law. He is brutally honest however, and will not shy away from disillusioning you on the merits of going to law school. He keeps it real, and you should really listen to all that he has to say before fully committing. Law school debt is no joke and there may be no going back once you're in. Still, whether you are undecided or all-in on this law school thing like me, then you should definitely give this class a shot. You won't regret it.

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Yelp Review of the Week: The LSAT May Seem Boring, But Nathan Makes Studying Fun

shadow-1-1193727Here’s what Carlos from Los Angeles, CA had to say after he took my LSAT prep class. I was in Nathan's LSAT class and benefited greatly from it.

The material on the LSAT is boring as hell and Nathan does a great job of making the class fun with his humor. Nathan is constantly arguing with the speaker and using profanity (which is hilarious, btw) to keep the class alive. Actually, I think he's just being himself which makes the otherwise dry material very entertaining. Nathan scored a 179 on the LSAT so it seems he can do most of these in his sleep if he wanted to.

In addition to covering the LSAT section he does a 30 minute Q&A before every class (5:30-6pm) where you can ask him anything related to law school. He is always honest about the pros and cons of pursuing a legal career which I appreciated. He also did a great job of bringing in guest speakers to answer questions you may have.

Nathan is always available to his students. You can always email him and he'll get back to you. If you have a question about applying, want to send him your personal statement or got stuck on a question he's your man. I admire how available he makes himself. You can tell he wants to help people succeed on the LSAT and get into the best possible law school they can.

One thing I particularly appreciated is he allowed me to pay on a payment plan. This helped ease some of the financial burden of a $500 a month class. His prices are very reasonable and worth every cent but his flexibility was very much appreciated.

Nathan also offered proctored tests on the weekends so you get to mimic test conditions. I found those valuable.

Unless you're an outstanding test taker my advice would be to take the class for 1-2 months. At that point you start to see the patterns in some of the logic games and get a feel for how to set them up and you may be able to recognize certain types of questions throughout the test.

I 100% unequivocally recommend Fox LSAT. I researched a couple of places before choosing Nathan's class and preferred to support a local business and I can guarantee Nathan is funnier and more effective than any of the big test prep services out there.

Thanks Fox LSAT!

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student Loved the Cost-Efficiency of the LSAT Prep Class

mason-jar-savings-bank-1311765Here’s what T.W. from San Francisco, CA had to say after he took my LSAT prep class. While prep companies give you a series of structures, templates, and facts to memorize, Nathan presents a much more fluid understanding of the LSAT. Instead of giving you list upon list to understand, Nathan provides 10 primary rules and focuses on a more holistic understanding of LSAT arguments. He does not waste time with baby steps into LSAT understanding, he digs right into it. He provides you the tools you need to pinpoint your weaknesses, address them, and move on.

As someone with little disposable income to provide to the LSAT, I sincerely appreciated the cost-efficiency of Nathan's class. He makes himself available any time, he allows you to connect to the class online if attending in person is too difficult, and he provides all of the materials for the class you will need. I only attended his course for one month and was able to address many of the issues I had never caught in my Blueprint course or studying on my own with books.

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Yelp Review of the Week: Kaley's Score Went Way Up After Private LSAT Tutoring

danger-school-traffic-signal-1444922Here’s what Kaley H. from New York, NY had to say after she used my Logical Reasoning Encyclopedia book and signed up for private LSAT tutoring with me. I did a tutoring session with Nathan over Skype and used his Logical Reasoning Encyclopedia in preparation for retaking the LSAT.

My practice test scores went up with Nathan's help, but what I appreciated most was his approach to teaching. He doesn't sugarcoat anything, genuinely cares about his students, is a great voice of sanity, makes studying fun, and knows the test extremely well, but can still talk about it like an actual human. When you're taking a test as important as the LSAT, you really want the person teaching you to be like Nathan Fox.

I was at a decent starting point when I contacted him, but was struggling with an important concept in LR. He went over my June 2015 test with me in detail, told me what to focus on, and went out of his way to help me find a study buddy where I live (I'm on the East Coast) so that I could have all the support I needed to prepare to retake. Nathan picks up on your weak areas and can advise you on what to focus on to improve, which is one of the best reasons to hire a tutor if you're retaking the test. He was extremely helpful!

If you're worried about working with someone who isn't in the same time zone, don't. Nathan is incredibly responsive over email and will always take time to respond thoroughly when you have questions. If you want to get a sense of his teaching style before signing up for tutoring, I highly recommend checking out his Logical Reasoning Encyclopedia (it was the most helpful book I used) or his other books or listen to his podcast he does with another teacher. His writing and speaking are peppered with profanity and snark, but it's somehow always appropriate for the situation and hilarious. My friends started listening to the podcast and using his books as well and we've all become fans.

I highly, highly recommend Nathan's tutoring and materials to anyone studying the LSAT.

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Yelp Review of the Week: Private LSAT Tutoring Paid Off For This Student

nathan fox tutoringHere’s what Kyle from San Anselmo, CA had to say after signing up for private LSAT tutoring with me. Nathan was my private tutor for my second and third tries at the LSAT.

A good LSAT score was very important for my applications. I had an absolutely terrible GPA from several bad years in community college, so I wasn't going to get into a good law school without a good LSAT score. In my first few months working with Nathan, I didn't do what I should have done. I took days off practicing and didn't implement what he advised for me. My score reflected that.

It was in the months leading up to my third shot that he really pushed me into success. He had previously identified my weak spots but did a fantastic job motivating me to do the work. He explained logical reasoning in a way that finally helped me understand. He taught me the diagramming skills necessary to improve my logic games immensely. And he showed me how to do reading comprehension correctly, which also saved me. I had a goal of 162 and scored a 165. With that score, I got accepted to my top choice school, all thanks to Nathan.

I strongly recommend working with Nathan if you're getting ready to take the LSAT. His materials are entertaining, his lessons are effective, and he will get you to where you want to go!

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Yelp Review of the Week: The Fox LSAT Prep Class Paid Returns in the Long Run

pencils-1240400Here’s what Jay from Fremont, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep class to prepare for the LSAT.

Short and sweet: This is the best LSAT class I have taken; yes, even better than TestMasters.

Traveling from Fremont to attend every class definitely took its toll on me but it definitely paid returns in the long run. My score jumped significantly after taking this course. Nathan doesn't use any secret tricks that are better than what you would find in other courses or LSAT prep books. However, his method of instilling proper studying techniques and forcing each student to reflect on his/her own mistakes truly made my score jump. Sitting quietly for four hours in each TestMasters class made me dread the LSAT more and more. Fox LSAT really didn't feel that long. Not only did Nathan help me understand the test better but I learned a lot more about law school itself.

After completing my personal statement I sent it to Nathan to proofread. After getting into law school but deciding to reapply the next year, I once again sent my new personal statement to Nathan. Both times Nathan gave me useful tips and criticism while not charging me a cent.

Trust me, this is worth every penny: both in the short and long run.

Also, Nathan doesn't overcharge for his services (imo). He even took everyone for a round of drinks one class. If you're looking for a LSAT prep course just save yourself the time and take this course. I don't know of one person who regretted it.

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Yelp Review of the Week: Nathan Makes the LSAT Fun and the Materials Enjoyable

jump-for-joy-1312980Here’s what Hunter from Chicago, IL had to say after taking my LSAT prep class to prepare for the LSAT.

Nathan's class was absolutely fantastic. Nathan ensured that every moment was engaging, challenging, and most importantly, fun. Diving head first into LSAT preparation can be a tedious experience, but Nathan was able to keep it lighthearted, which definitely helped me to focus and actually enjoy the material.

Furthermore, the LSAT book perfectly captures the in-class experience. Cannot thank Nathan enough!

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Yelp Review of the Week: Fox LSAT Helped This Student Conquer the LSAT and Apply to Law School

law-series-1-1467440Here’s what Nikki from San Francisco, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep class to prepare for the LSAT.  If you're looking for the best LSAT prep course, congrats-- you've found it.

In order to get the best LSAT score you possibly can, do yourself a favor and take Nathan's prep course. Everyone I've spoken to while taking his class has increased their score dramatically, myself included. Learn how to tackle every section in the most efficient way possible. You leave Fox LSAT armed with not only how to take the LSAT, but how to apply to law school, and potentially go for FREE.

Read that last line again. For FREE.

If you want to be a lawyer, you have to go to law school. If you want to go to law school, you have to take the LSAT. And if you want to be smart about such an important decision, you'll take the best LSAT prep course you can get your hands on -- and without hesitation, it's Fox LSAT.

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Yelp Review of the Week: Nathan Wants to Help Passionate People Crush the LSAT

hammered-1241070jpgHere’s what Chase M. from Jamaica Plain, MA had to say after buying my LSAT books and listening to the Thinking LSAT podcast I have his books and I listen to his Thinking LSAT Podcast with Strategy Prep founder Ben Olson and I have drank the Kool Aid. Nathan Fox is the man in the LSAT world and I truly believe he doesn't care about anyone more than passionate people looking to crush the LSAT. He may care about us more than himself. 

I have never paid for in-person courses from Nathan. Just bought books and listen to his amazing podcast and out of the blue I email him with a question as he always tells listeners to do and within 24 hours he has responded and then responded AGAIN to a follow up email of mine. I mean I am so far down the totem pole for him and his business but I poured my thoughts into an email and he just responded like a was personal student. I can't imagine what his schedule is like but he took the time to show he wants to help anyone who asks. If I lived near San Francisco at all. I would do all I could to get face to face with him.

Do yourself and favor. Buy prep materials from Nathan or Ben Olson of Strategy Prep and listen to the Thinking LSAT podcast anytime you can't physically study and practice. It's a game changer!

Nathan Fox and Fox LSAT are the truth of LSAT prep!

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Review of the Week: This Student Received a 176 LSAT Score After Working With Nathan Fox

bullseye-1315371Here’s what Andrew K. from Rochester, NY had to say after working with me one-on-one to prepare for the LSAT.  Earlier this month I received my June 2015 LSAT score of 176 and I couldn't be more thrilled. Though hard work and sacrifice underpin the effort as a whole, I credit reaching my dream score of 175+ to my work with Nathan. I worked with him across two Skype consultations and numerous emails in preparation for the June 2015 LSAT. Throughout the process, Nathan was timely, honest, direct, insightful, and considerate. In other words, exactly what you want from someone helping you score your best on the LSAT.

This was going to be my second time taking the LSAT after receiving a 162 in September of 2014. While I was receiving significantly higher practice test scores than the last time I studied for the LSAT, my scores would jump up and down from test to test. Needless to say, as the test day moved closer this was cause for concern. 

Though I felt I had a strong understanding of the test, I thought that I could benefit from an outside perspective and an expert opinion. Nathan was just that. Together we identified types of questions and reasoning issues that I hadn't realized I was weak in and that were holding me back. By focusing on those areas, I was able to find consistency in my practice tests (175+) and better understand and incorporate the few mistakes that were left. Even outside of the consultations, Nathan was accessible by email for any follow-up questions and advice.

In a few words, I strongly recommend Nathan Fox for anyone who has committed to taking the LSAT. He is an invaluable resource and is sincerely happy to share his wisdom and experience. I believe this to be true whether you are at the start of your studies or the end, whether you are taking an LSAT course or are studying on your own. 

As someone who is now moving their stack of LSAT books into the recycling bin, I hope that those reading this review take a moment and give Nathan a call or send him an email. I am glad that I did.

As a side note, for those of you like me who were concerned about the cost I'll be frank. Law school is expensive and a significant determinant of your financial aid can be your LSAT score. I reviewed different options before trying Nathan out and there are other lower-cost options out there. However, given the unique nature of the LSAT (that it is a skill exam and a performance on test day) the quality of the person you work with and the ease you can work with them is essential.

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student Went from the Low 160s to 172 on the LSAT

balance-875413-mHere’s what Jae from Millbrae, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep class to prepare for the LSAT. I took the Fox LSAT class for a month and improved my score dramatically from the low 160's to 167-172 range. Nathan does an excellent job at teaching you the shortcuts that you need to know to be successful at the test, especially with the logic games section. His go-to strategy with the grouping games is especially good and makes those games a cake-walk. He also goes through tough Logical reasoning questions, showing you which operative words to look out for and why one answer choice is better than the other. If you find yourself getting questions wrong on practice tests and you have no idea why, this class will help you.  

Another huge benefit for joining class is that you get his Fox LSAT Logical Reasoning Encyclopedia for free. It is a behemoth of a book with hundreds of logical reasoning questions with an entertaining and thorough explanation provided for every question and their answer choices. This helped me a lot, as I often found myself asking why a certain choice was incorrect when I was self-studying for the test. It will definitely help you sharpen your critical eye, so that you can find the correct answer choices faster and easier. 

Finally, Nathan is a pretty awesome dude who is always willing to help outside of class time in case you have questions about the LSATs, law school, or careers in law. He is brutally honest however, and will not shy away from disillusioning you on the merits of going to law school. He keeps it real, and you should really listen to all that he has to say before fully committing. Law school debt is no joke and there may be no going back once you're in. Still, whether you are undecided or all-in on this law school thing like me, then you should definitely give this class a shot. You won't regret it.

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student Increased Her Score 10 Points With My LSAT Prep Books

reading-book-1368361-mHere’s what Amber from Indianapolis, IN had to say after using the Fox LSAT prep books to study for the LSAT. I have Logical Reasoning Encyclopedia: Disrespecting the LSAT and Fox's Quick & Dirty LSAT Primer. Both books are great. I've come up about 10 points because of what I learned from Nathan. 

What's shocking to me is that Nathan's books are actually enjoyable to read. He's bleeping hilarious and that helps the concepts stick. More than anything, I've appreciated how much Nathan has helped me better understand how to read the LSAT. It feels like a one-on-one tutoring session from a friend that aced the LSAT and rocks at doing stand-up comedy. 

I don't learn $!#!t if I don't find it interesting. When I'm entertained I can engage and remember. Nathan holds my attention. I wish he would have taught my 9th grade algebra class ... and my ornithology class.

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Yelp Review of the Week: Nathan Made the LSAT a Fun Experience

chalk-1209384-mHere’s what Christine from San Francisco, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep course. I took a prep class with Nathan a few years back. I highly recommend his company to all prospective LSAT takers. Nathan is a naturally gifted teacher. He is a master of the LSAT and truly cares about the success of his students. 

I have been taught by other LSAT tutors and came away feeling not only that I hadn't learned anything but that I was more confused than when I started. I think one of Nathan's best teaching qualities is that he always explains things with clarity and simplicity. He is also able to tailor his teaching style to each student's needs even in a class setting.  

The icing on the cake is that Nathan makes preparing for the LSAT a fun experience. If you choose to go with Fox LSAT I guarantee that taking the LSAT will not be the ordeal that many people dread. You'll learn a ton, improve your score significantly and actually enjoy the challenge.

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student Picks Fox LSAT Over Higher-Priced Prep Programs

scanning-test-517386-mHere’s what Emelina from San Francisco, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep course. You can expect to see improved test results by taking Fox LSAT with Nathan Fox!! Fox LSAT is I think the most affordable and effective LSAT class yet. Truly a great course with a passionate instructor and it's for a great price! Cheaper than the big name companies who are also not as effective in ensuring their students are fully prepared when coming against the LSAT. Plus all materials are included! You don't have to bring a thing! Nathan Fox provides all books, practice scan-trons (to simulate actual test taking protocols) and pencils.

He's a 1-man show, so he does all the customer service, and even that is great because he's prompt in returning any messages, e-mails, calls and answering any questions about the class. He's also courteous and highly flexible in arranging payments. It doesn't stop there either ... when it comes to law school in general, Nathan has much experience with this as well so you can ask him questions about law school, applications, whether going to law school is something you should really pursue, reasons for why you want to do law school, what you should really expect and more!

If you're considering taking a prep LSAT course and want to do well on the LSAT - TAKE FOX LSAT!!!!!!

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student Calmed Her Anxiety After Taking My LSAT Prep Class

1379806627d35ezHere’s what Candace from Berkeley, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep course. I am so glad I chose Fox LSAT! I really can't say enough positive things about Nathan.  While I definitely made a significant jump in my LSAT score- I think the most helpful thing about taking his class was the anxiety around the whole process that was lifted. It started on the first day with his law school application checklist in the front of the book and his inclusion of a great guide to admissions in the course materials. I knew I wanted to go to law school but before taking his class I really didn't know much about the process of applying and how to decide what school to go to. Between professors, family and friends I was getting a lot of pressure to go to a "top school." But my score really wasn't enough to get me there, and with my interest being in public interest and non-profits I was really concerned about costs. Nathan was happy to give me his opinion on schools and even hooked me up with a previous student of his who is attending one of the schools I was considering so I could pick her brain. After all this I feel much better about the prospect of attending a regional school- and thanks to his advice on applications I have a really good chance at getting a scholarship there.  

For those who are less concerned about advice and more concerned about just kicking the LSAT's ass, I would say Nathan is still the way to go. He knows the LSAT inside and out and teaches in a style that makes you actually pay attention. I can't count how many times I laughed out loud in class. I particularly appreciate the nerdy Star Wars references. 

He also knows how to keep you from freaking the hell out by giving advice about how to tackle the week before the exam and he took us all out for much needed drinks (that he paid for! wow..). If you're looking to avoid the big name prep companies that just feel like a scam and want a real person who really cares about your success Fox LSAT is really the way to go.

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student Was on Solid Ground After Only 3 Weeks of LSAT Classes

mount-rainier-from-tolmie-peakHere’s what Maria from San Francisco, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep course. One of the things I really appreciated about the course is that after only 3 weeks it gave me a solid foundation that allowed me to work by myself on the practice for the test, and my score had improved considerably. Nathan explained clearly the underling structure of logic games, and told us the best ways to approach the reading and the analytical reasoning sections. There are no special tricks, it is a matter of practice and diligence, and Nathan pushes you to work hard during his course.

It is a 360 degrees preparation course. Nathan not only revealed with clarity the logic beyond the test questions, but he is also honestly concerned that people make the right decision applying to law schools. He gave extremely useful information about the application process, from the number of law school to which apply, to the personal statement and professor references.  

It seemed to me that Nathan was genuine in his care for students, and his care and help goes far beyond the course duration.

The course is well worth the price and I definitely recommend it to anybody who is considering taking the LSAT.

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student Took His LSAT Score to the 170s

simple-sunrise-1442375-mHere’s what Michael from San Francisco, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep course. I took Nathan's 3-month course in preparation for the June LSAT. Simply put, his course is excellent.

Nathan's course directly targets the most challenging LSAT subjects for nearly all test-takers -- logical reasoning and the vaunted logic games - and his class is 100% centered around taking practice tests, which is by far the best method for LSAT preparation.

You are assigned practice tests to do on your own time, and review the test in their entirety during each class session. As Nathan aced the LSAT and served as an instructor for the other big names in LSAT prep, he's able to combine the best strategies taught by other instructors and some of his own individual expertise to teach you the best methods to attack each question. Watching him logically deconstruct each question/game to find the correct answer is a valuable teaching tool in itself.

Best of all, I believe Nathan's course is valuable for any test-taker, regardless of where your score currently sits. His course took my average score from the high 160's to low/mid 170's, which makes a huge difference from an admissions standpoint. Students who had lower average scores to start the course saw much higher increases in their average score.

Finally, Nathan is a great resource on all things law school. He is very candid about his experiences at UC Hastings and current job prospects for recent JD recipients, and even took the time to personally speak to a friend of mine (who did NOT take his course, mind you) to discuss her own law school prosects, his experience at Hastings, etc. which greatly helped her sort out her approach about going to law school. The text I got the next morning read as follows "Nathan changed my life. I can't thank you enough."

In conclusion: 5 stars, no question about it. The course is excellent, and the extra feedback on top is icing on the cake. If you're in the Bay Area, I can't recommend Nathan highly enough.

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student Scored in the 90th LSAT Percentile

1372708393ljdhsHere’s what Matthew F. from San Rafael, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep course.

I found Fox LSAT on Yelp and enrolled in eight weeks of classes before the December LSAT. I have to say that Nathan Fox is as good at it gets and I could not have imagined a better LSAT teacher. Nathan  owns his company and the treatment that you get his unrivaled by any of his competitors. I improved 16 points on my LSAT and ended up scoring in the 90th percentile.

The classes with Nathan are two days a week for four hours. Although that is a long time, Nathan made it seem as quick as possible. He is a funny no bullshit kind of guy who believes that the only way to improve your LSAT score is to practice the test. The homework consisted of doing about two tests every week and going over them in class.

Nathan makes everything super clear and is always willing to answer questions. He gives out his cell phone number and emails you back promptly and will answer inquires about any aspect of the law school process. Nathan has helped me out with my personal statement and and figure out where I have applied to school. When I hear back, I will definitely want his input about deciding where I should go. If you are interested in LSAT help, look no further. Nathan Fox is the best in the business.

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student Went from a LSAT Score of 140 to 160+

paradise-1406450-mHere’s what Jackie H. from Los Angeles, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep course. I decided to take an LSAT course from Nathan way in advance (5 to 6 months) of my actual exam. The first practice exam I took, I scored in the upper 140s (pretty depressing). Now, I'm scoring in the upper 160s. After months and months of digesting/practicing the various techniques Nathan taught me, things are starting to click and figuring out the right answers are becoming intuitive.  

The great thing about Nathan is that he makes the LSAT seem really approachable and thoroughly beatable, which is essential since your view of the exam can hugely determine your final score. I think one of the reasons for my 20 point jump is because I literally see the LSAT as one big game/puzzle I can eventually win w/patience and a lot of practice (kind of like the stupid games I play on my phone for hours). Now, I just look at the questions and scoff at them. I mean, really, can't the testmakers come up w/more creative, difficult questions to throw at me?

Thanks, Nathan!

Thanks for the nice words, Jackie! You can read her review and other recommendations on Yelp.

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