Here’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.
Thanks for the nice words, Michael! You can read his review and other recommendations on Yelp.
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