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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