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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!

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student's LSAT Score Jumped 6 Points in 4 Weeks

target-1164775-mHere’s what Jess S. from Soquel, CA had to say after working with me to prepare for the LSAT. I decided to take Nathan's class after sitting in on a free seminar he provided at my school earlier in the year. His no BS attitude and straightforward advice caught my attention and I knew that he would honestly tell me what I needed to work on and how to do so.

So far, I have taken one class with Nathan and my score jumped 6 points in only 4 weeks. He is so knowledgeable about the LSAT and law school in general and never shies away from giving his real opinion on a topic. Nathan is extremely funny, casual, and really makes the LSAT seem surmountable. The biggest thing I have gained from him so far (other than an extra 6 points!) is confidence that I can do this and that the LSAT will not over power me, rather I will be able to attack it and beat it once and for all.

I am very happy with Nathan so far and have already signed up for another class with him. Everyone who I have spoken to who have taken a class with him have loved him as much as I do and had only good things to say about him, his class, and his teaching methods. Yes, he swears quite a bit, but that's just part of his no-nonsense approach that really, truly works.

I highly recommend Nathan and his class, you will not regret sitting in on this class!!!

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student's LSAT Score Increased 15 Points

all-downhill-from-here-1186905-mHere’s what Chiara W. from San Francisco, CA had to say after working with me to prepare for the LSAT. Taking Nathan's class is one of the best decisions you can make. If you follow his instructions and do the work he'll make taking the LSAT a piece of cake. Not only will Nathan improve your score (mine raised 15 points), he will also help you with every step of the application process. Nathan gives invaluable information and tons of helpful materials (Hello, practice tests!). He helped me see that law school was the right decision for me and now I have more than one school offering me a full ride scholarship!

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student is Admitted "Top 14" Law Schools

back-to-school-862490-mHere’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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Yelp Review of the Week: A Fantastic Approach to the LSAT and Law School

wooden-pencils-and-pencil-sharper-1228821-mHere’s what a student from San Francisco, CA had to say after working with me to prepare for the LSAT. Nathan Fox is a brilliant LSAT teacher! I would give him more than five stars if Yelp allowed it. Nathan's explanations of the Logic Games and Logical Reasoning are illuminating, concise and clear. His conceptual quizzes are challenging and summarize the concepts that one needs to understand prior to taking the LSAT. He is available to help via email, phone and after class. He even offers to look at personal statements and guide students through the application process.

In addition to working my butt off, I attended every single one of his classes and completed every homework assignment. I improved more than 20 points.

Take Nathan's class, work hard, and you will do well on the LSAT.

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What This Capitol Hill Staffer Had to Say About Fox LSAT Books

us-capitol-building-4-431645-mI recently received an email from a Capitol Hill staffer who read my the Fox LSAT books while preparing for the LSAT. Here's what she had to say. Writing "fan mail" for an LSAT book is hands down one of the more weird things I've ever done. But after literally laughing out loud in the middle of a coffee shop while reading one of your explanations, I decided I had to send you a note.

I'm a Capitol Hill staffer and I'm currently taking Ben Olson's class to prep for the February LSAT (or maybe the June one ... Depends on how many happy hours I'm willing to trade for time with your book this month!).

Once I take the test (and hopefully crush it!), I'll write this book the awesome Amazon review it deserves. And maybe I'll take you up on the offer to try talking people out of law school! In the mean time, I just wanted to say a quick thank you -- this book is really great.

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Yelp Review of the Week: This Student Raised His LSAT Score From 156 to 174

success-word-1422617-mHere’s what Alex F. from Berkeley, CA had to say after working with me to prepare for the LSAT. I'm currently a 1L at Berkeley Law and I took an LSAT prep course with Nathan. My score jumped from a 156 on the first practice test to a 174 on the real test less than two months later. Nathan has a great command of the LSAT materials and communicates that knowledge well.  

I was most impressed, however, with how well Nathan helped me build the confidence and patience that was essential to my success. He is full of unlimited bits of wisdom that will be invaluable come test day. I really can't stress enough how much Nathan prepared me for the parts of the LSAT that can't be explained in any Logical Reasoning or Logic Games guidebook.

If you are looking for a tutor who will work with you on your specific test needs and not just speed through some generalized test prep outline, Nathan's your man. He's a great teacher and an all around good guy.

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Yelp Review of the Week: A Parent's Take on the Fox LSAT Classes

hand-in-hand-1-1164198-mHere’s what Jeff F., a parent from Alamo, CA, had to say about his daughter's experience with the Fox LSAT prep class. I took the LSAT in 1985, but I'll never forget the experience -- or the need to prepare properly for the big test. So when it was time for my daughter to get ready for the LSAT, I did a fairly extensive amount of research and found that the big companies that were the most popular in the "olden days" (in my case, Kaplan) were no longer the best choice.

I found Fox LSAT, and virtually every review was not only favorable, but glowing. My daughter decided to go with Fox, and it was -- without question -- the right choice. From the beginning, Nathan provided great advice, starting with the program that was right for her (and it wasn't even close to the most expensive he had to offer; just the best suited to her needs).

And the good advice and guidance continued after she got started with the course. Nathan's teaching technique made the course interesting as well as effective and he kept apprised of her progress throughout.

But the best testament to Nathan's skill as a teacher are the results: My daughter added an astounding 30 POINTS to her score, which won't just increase the odds of admission to the law school of her choice, but will likely affect the chances of her receiving scholarships to defray the cost.

The bottom line is that Nathan delivered on everything he promised, and then some. My daughter and I could not be happier with Nathan and Fox LSAT. I would recommend him to others without reservation. In fact, I already have.

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Yelp Review of the Week: Fox LSAT Online Class

puzzle-716931-mHere’s what Aleena C. from Santa Rosa, CA had to say after taking my online LSAT prep class. I took the online course for Fox LSAT Test Prep. Very glad I picked this one. Since I live out of the city, I didn't have too many options for LSAT courses. I needed online. There are a plethora of online LSAT courses. Nathan's gave me the class feel and support I needed.

The videos for the online courses are past LSAT test prep classes Nathan taught. You get the feeling of being in a classroom in the comforts of your own home. Being able to pause the class and rewind over parts was incredibly helpful. Something that can't be done in an actual class. The web interface for the class was easy to use. I was also sent a binder of LSAT practice tests, conceptual quizzes, and his test prep book with a lot of useful information. This was a very organized and helpful tool.

The best part about Fox LSAT LSAT was the individual support from Nathan. Nathan routinely checked up on me via email and was available to take any questions that came up. I never had to wait long for a response either. I am very impressed with how responsive Nathan is and how dedicated he is to helping.

I highly recommend Fox LSAT LSAT for anyone thinking about law school.

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Yelp Review of the Week: How This Student Raised His Practice LSAT by 20 Points

forward-1443862-mHere’s what Sam S. from San Francisco, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep course I cannot praise Nathan enough. 

My initial practice exam score was a 138. Yes, you read that right, a 138. After 2 months of his in class session I was consistently scoring anywhere from a 152-158 on the practice exams. That's a 14-20 point jump from my initial test score.

The one thing Nathan gave me is confidence. He doesn't bore you with super technical terms. There is no fancy definitions you are expected to memorize, or some secret formula. Instead, he gets straight to the point: "This is wrong because where in the f*** argument was X ever mentioned." 

Yup, he swears, a lot. Maybe that's why he captured my f****** short attention span. His personality makes class fun, he is approachable, and makes the LSAT bearable. You are welcome to call, text or email him whenever; he actually replies to my texts faster than my girlfriend (and that isn't an easy task ladies and gentlemen).

His books make complete sense and breaks down every single question and answer choice. I found that I didn't make one mark in any of his books, no sticky notes, highlighter marks, etc. THE BOOK MADE SENSE TO ME. I read it and knew exactly why one of the answer choices were wrong, what the argument was trying to convey, etc. The previous books I've used could've won me a elementary art competition. The books were scribbled from front to back, arrows pointing here to there. But none of these were present in Nathan's book.

When I took the LSAT, his voice was inside my head. As I was scanning the answer choices I was "being a dick" as Nathan would like us to act. I was eliminating incorrect answer choices, I knew exactly why the arguments made no sense, I found the hole in every passage, etc. etc. 

Before Nathan and his class, I had no chance of attending any law school. Now I am a serious contender!

Do yourself a favor and take his class, you will learn how to master the LSAT without the boring and technical garbage all my other prep books taught me.

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Yelp Review of the Week: How the LSAT Prep Course Helped This Student

the-golden-gate-bridge-1398161-mHere’s what Emelina T. 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 scantrons (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: The Fox Test Prep Quick and Dirty LSAT Primer

stack-of-books-1335451-mHere’s what Kate M. from San Diego, CA had to say after using my Introducing the LSAT: The Fox Test Prep Quick & Dirty LSAT Primer book.  So I purchased Nathan's Quick & Dirty LSAT Primer and found it so incredibly helpful and believe it or not, enjoyable. It's only just over 100 pages and LITERALLY gives you a sound idea of how to approach the LSAT, approach each question within a section, etc. I left myself no time to properly prepare for the LSAT (taking it on September 27, 2014) but I got his book from Amazon, read it, and e-mailed him.

I do wish I lived in San Francisco so I could take his course, but his availability via e-mail and his willingness to provide constructive feedback and sound advice has already sold me on his approach.

Today, per his advice, I purchased his Cheating the LSAT and Breaking the LSAT Volume II and will have them by tomorrow so I can get on my way. I (against my better judgment) have a 16 hour weekend LSAT prep seminar/course this weekend so hopefully it will suffice in conjunction with his materials in helping me get a decent score on the 27th. I told him that I'll most likely cancel my September score and shoot again for December, so we shall see!

Either way the wind blows, I definitely recommend Nathan's materials and would definitely recommend his course(s) (especially for myself, if I could make it to San Francisco for long enough).

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Yelp Review of the Week: Nathan Fox and the Online LSAT Class

nature-1429781-mHere’s what Crystal M. from San Mateo, CA had to say after meeting me and taking the Fox LSAT online class.

When I was first interested in law school, I literally had no idea where to even start. I was part of my school's Pre-Law Club and they sent out an email with a flyer attachment, inviting anybody interested in law school to Nathan's free LSAT Session at Santa Clara Law. My older brother conveniently lives a block away so I decided to go. His session was extremely helpful! After the session, I signed up for his online classes, and was able to make payments, rather than paying the full amount at once. I was also able to choose the amount I wanted to pay each month, awesome!!! (I decided $80 a month, so I paid it off in about 6 months).

I loved his online classes! I could rewind when I didn't understand something, or watch it over and over. It also helps that he is super funny! My weakness was logic games, and he was able to simplify them for me. I started off with 10 points, and by the end I was only missing about 3 questions!

Also, one of my favorite things about Nathan is his openness to answer any questions you have about not only the LSAT, but about applying to law school.

Lastly, Nathan is truly invested in his students, which is not something you can say about other LSAT teachers. He really wants each of his students to reach their full potential.

I highly recommend Fox LSAT! (and his many LSAT books).

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Yelp Review of the Week: Fox LSAT Online Class

smiley-906939-mHere's what Luke R. from Seattle, WA had to say after taking my online class.

Hands down, the best. Period.

After struggling through three months of a Kaplan online prep course, I was discouraged and frustrated and the week before the test, canceled my October 2013 LSAT registration. It wasn't a fun time, but then at that time I was unbelievably lucky to learn about Nathan. I took his online course and it literally changed the course of my life. No exaggeration.

During the Kaplan practice tests, I was scoring in the mid-150s, and hating the test and the lessons, and the gimmicks and the bullshit. Halfway through Nathan's course I was solidly in the 160s . . . and after sitting for the December 2013 LSAT . . . I feel incredible.  I honestly walked out of the test feeling really good about it . . . the logic games . . . they weren't terrible . . . I still had time left over to go back and review two of the harder questions (both substitution of rules questions).  

And the logical reasoning . . . that was the section I'd least enjoyed, but right around a week before the test, it actually became the section that was fun to do. And on test day, I found myself channeling Nathan's mantra, "Wait, what? No, no, no, you can't do that.  Bullshit." The test was actually kind of fun.

About the changing the course of my life . . . we all know that there are huge differences in opportunities with a score in the 160s vs. the 150s. Nathan was necessary for me to be successful on the LSAT. He's a wizard and you're a fool if you use any other LSAT tutor.

I couldn't take the live class, but the 20 online lessons were amazing . . . I could rewind when something didn't click right away, go back and take a lesson again to reinforce a tricky game, and the best thing, I could take the lessons during the times of the day/week when I was able to focus. 

I absolutely recommend Nathan to everyone who's planning to take the LSAT. He's incredible. And he should charge a hell of a lot more for his online class. It'll enable you to earn a scholarship . . . and what's that, many thousands of dollars? Nathan is definitely worth it.

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Yelp Review of the Week: Fox LSAT Prep Class

color-pencil-1407384-mHere's what Annie B. from Santa Rosa, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep class I wish I could give 6 stars. I got a 152 on my first LSAT practice test, and ended up getting a 174 on my real LSAT. I don't think there's any magic book or terminology or memorizing secret lists of "types of questions" that will help you succeed on the LSAT.  Just look at the reviews below me; if you want to kick ass on the LSAT, Nathan is your best bet to get it done.

(My review is long, sorry. Nathan is really good at being succinct. He says a lot and includes everything you need to know but uses few words. I'm not good at that.)

My friend took TestMasters and stopped going after 4 weeks because she hated it, whereas I totally didn't mind commuting from Santa Rosa, twice a week, parking In SF,  and being in class for 3 hours, for the full 12-week session. He's funny and you feel like you're actually the driving force of the class instead of just watching someone read a script (like my friend said TestMasters was). 

He broke down the Logic Games' general strategies and pacing (from beginning techniques and moving into more advanced ones), and my score improved from single digits to perfect. When my score would sometimes drop, he looked at my scratch work and found ways to help me be more efficient. He spent time ACTUALLY looking at every person's scratch paper to give them feedback.  

He is super clear with his Logical Reasoning explanations. One time he scared me with how firm he was, but it actually was what I needed to hear to realize that the LSAT does not care what you think, it's about the information that is presented on the page. He's also super funny and swears a lot, and I found myself starting to think like how he talks while I was taking the practice tests.

Also, he helped a couple people in our class form a study group, and helped us work on tests that weren't even a part of his curriculum. This study group also helped me get a fee waiver to almost every law school I applied to (22 out of the 25). That saved me about $2,000, which alone paid for the class. Not to mention it's already the cheapest LSAT class out there.

Nathan also advised on applying to LOTS of law schools, just to get offers to use as leverage. I've gotten into every school so far, and I have a few full-ride offers that I can use to barter with schools where I haven't gotten as much of a scholarship offer.

If you can't come to SF, buy his books and [online classes]. I used those to study after the class ended, and it helped me stay fresh while I waited to take the LSAT.

For the money, for the humor, for the learning, for the savings, for the networking, for the encouragement, for everything, taking Fox LSAT is the BEST decision you can make if you're wanting to apply to law school (imho).

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Yelp Review of the Week: Fox LSAT Books and Online Classes

gavel-952313-mHere's what Meghan M. from Syracuse, New York had to say about my books, the online course, and working with me. I had a really wonderful experience working with Nathan. I emailed Nathan to ask some questions before signing up for the course and within 20 minutes I received a phone call from him! I was able to speak honestly and openly with him and he was incredibly informative. That night I signed up for his online LSAT review course.

From the start of my work in the review book and watching the lessons posted to his site, I emailed Nathan with questions in which he provided feedback almost instantaneously. He provided positive reinforcement and recommended specific tactics/approaches on completing the next practice exam. 

If you are looking for a LSAT review course that is not a waste of time and money, sign up for Nathan's course!

Thanks a lot, Nathan!

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Yelp Review of the Week: The Fox LSAT Prep Class

color-arrows-1-1382394-mNot sure if my LSAT test prep class can help you? Check out what Kitty from Roseville, CA had to say after taking the class and her LSAT experience.

Fox LSAT [Test Prep] was the best decision I made in my journey towards law school. I took the class in the Spring of 2012 while I was attending UC Davis with a full load of classes. Every Tuesday and Thursday I drove an hour and a half each way just so that I could take Nathan's class. It was definitely worth the time and I would do it again.

I started out with a 149 on my LSAT and got up to a 165. I have been getting my acceptance letters and currently have a couple of full tuition scholarships in addition to plenty of scholarships offering half tuition, which was my goal because I really don't want to be $200,000 in debt when I graduate law school. 

The great thing about Fox LSAT prep is that it is straight forward. Nathan doesn't waste your time like a lot of other test prep companies; he just teaches you how to be good at the LSAT. After a few weeks of his class the test doesn't seem scary or difficult at all! 

One of the other things about taking Fox LSAT is that Nathan has a lot of great advice! He doesn't give biased information like a lot of law school experts who are just trying to sway you in the direction of a certain school. He knows about what is important in choosing a law school, how to get the most money out of them, and what being in law school is actually like. He really wants to help you make the best decision for your future because he genuinely cares about his students!

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Yelp Review of the Week: The Fox LSAT Online Class

laptop-computers-1446068-mNot sure whether to sign up for our online LSAT test prep program? Check out what Claudia from Mountain View, CA had to say after taking the class and the December 2013 LSAT. I took the online version of Nathan's class this fall in preparation for the December 2013 LSAT. After scoring a 166 on my initial diagnostic test, I happily received a 174 on the December sitting!

Nathan's class was extremely helpful to me, and for a great value. I spread the 20 online classes over the course of roughly 3 months. Between the practice tests and review videos, I was probably studying about 10 hours a week. I supplemented his classes with some extra practice tests (I didn't want to finish the program too far in advance in advance of the December test date) but didn't need to use any other resources. 

Nathan has a funny, accessible lecturing style that made the classes extremely enjoyable. Studying for standardized testing can be a big drag, but I actually looked forward to watching each video! His ability to make LSAT prep enjoyable is hugely helpful, as studying for the LSAT can be a mental marathon that requires a lot of self-discipline. 

In the online classes, Nathan outlines clear strategies for how to approach the Logic Games and teaches you how to identify the major logical fallacies in Logical Reasoning. He doesn't employ any of the bullshit tactics that prep companies often tout, but instead tries to help his students build the knowledge and skills to reason through any problem. I always learned a lot from listening to him explain the logic behind each correct answer. I heartily recommend Nathan's class to anyone looking to prepare for the LSAT, no matter what your level. I had a great experience with the online class and also appreciated the advice that Nathan offered about law school and the admission process. Thanks Nathan - 5/5 stars for a painless LSAT prep experience!

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