Here’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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