LSAT Courses in San Francisco

classIn my career as an LSAT instructor, I have rescued countless former Kaplan and Princeton Review LSAT students. Fox LSAT is better than these programs for many reasons. First, Kaplan and Princeton Review LSAT instructors are hourly employees rather than business owners. Second, Kaplan and Princeton Review LSAT instructors are typically law students, teaching the LSAT temporarily on their way to careers as lawyers. You never know who you’re going to get. Third, Kaplan and Princeton Review have surprisingly low standards for the scoring ability of their LSAT instructors. (Some of them haven’t even taken the real LSAT!) Finally, Kaplan and Princeton Review LSAT teachers are tied to corporate-approved scripts. My classes are much more improvisational, much more entertaining, and much closer aligned with the topics that you tell me you need help with. Don’t waste your time and money with Kaplan and Princeton Review. Come to Fox LSAT first.

 

Fox LSAT

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Instructor LSAT Score 179 No minimum required No minimum required
Instructor Name Nathan Fox ? ?
Instructor Experience 4 years ? ?
Price $1,095 $1,399 $1,449
Instructor Owned Business Yes No No
Locally Owned Business Yes No No

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