IF LOOKING FOR A PRIVATE LSAT TUTOR

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stintez
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IF LOOKING FOR A PRIVATE LSAT TUTOR

Postby stintez » Thu May 06, 2010 4:01 pm

I have been studying since the very end of January I work 40-50 hours a week and have studied about 2 hours 4-6 days a week. I was going to take the kaplan class which started April 12th and ended June 2nd. However, after talking with a few people and doing some research I decided to get a private tutor. The main reason was because I only need to improve another 5-10 points. Even though I live in Cincinnati, I found a guy out of Chicago who came very highly recommended. Although I was super skeptical at first I can tell you a month later I am so so so grateful and appreciative for his help. More importantly I am thrilled I did not take the class. Below is his contact info you can tell him you heard of him from the guy from Cincinnati. Here you go hope it helps someone.

John Rood
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Next Step Test Preparation
john@nextsteptestprep.com
773-257-3391

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Re: IF LOOKING FOR A PRIVATE LSAT TUTOR

Postby d34d9823 » Thu May 06, 2010 4:28 pm

Hi John Rood :D

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Re: IF LOOKING FOR A PRIVATE LSAT TUTOR

Postby TTH » Thu May 06, 2010 10:53 pm

hehe, at least buy a google ad, dood

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Re: IF LOOKING FOR A PRIVATE LSAT TUTOR

Postby icydash » Thu May 06, 2010 10:59 pm

Yeahhhhhhhhhh that was a pretty transparent ad.

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Re: IF LOOKING FOR A PRIVATE LSAT TUTOR

Postby Norwood » Fri May 07, 2010 5:17 am

stintez wrote:The main reason was because I only need to improve another 5-10 points.


Wow ONLY 5 - 10 points? You make it sound easy

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Re: IF LOOKING FOR A PRIVATE LSAT TUTOR

Postby stintez » Fri May 07, 2010 10:58 am

TTH wrote:hehe, at least buy a google ad, dood


Oh ya, well unfortunately I am just a client of his and am studying for the June 7th lsat. And yes 5-10 points sounds easy but you must consider I improved 23 points from my original diagnostic and all that was by myself, so another 5-10 points is very difficult. Have a nice day, I was just trying to help.

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Re: IF LOOKING FOR A PRIVATE LSAT TUTOR

Postby Doritos » Fri May 07, 2010 3:07 pm

stintez wrote:
TTH wrote:hehe, at least buy a google ad, dood


Oh ya, well unfortunately I am just a client of his and am studying for the June 7th lsat. And yes 5-10 points sounds easy but you must consider I improved 23 points from my original diagnostic and all that was by myself, so another 5-10 points is very difficult. Have a nice day, I was just trying to help.


If you make it from 147 to 180 you deserve a high five.




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