Want Your Guys Opinion

Kyle2
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Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby Kyle2 » Fri May 28, 2010 1:16 pm

I am in NY and looking for a tutor. I found the link to this site from a tutor who posted on Craigslist.

I am deciding whether or not to use him and wanted to hear what you guys had to say about his site. I think it looks great and I like what he writes. But, I just started studying so...

In the CL ad, he said that it is "under construction.

Thanks!

Edit: Sorry. http://www.WantMy180.com
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SleekFire
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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby SleekFire » Fri May 28, 2010 1:17 pm

Whats the site?

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby SleekFire » Fri May 28, 2010 1:24 pm

Kyle2 wrote:I am in NY and looking for a tutor. I found the link to this site from a tutor who posted on Craigslist.

I am deciding whether or not to use him and wanted to hear what you guys had to say about his site. I think it looks great and I like what he writes. But, I just started studying so...

In the CL ad, he said that it is "under construction.

Thanks!

Edit: Sorry. http://www.WantMy180.com


Looks pretty good. I'm better though ;-).

Truthfully, you wont know if he's any good until you meet him. And PLEASE ask to see his score report.
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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby Kyle2 » Fri May 28, 2010 1:25 pm

SleekFire wrote:Looks pretty good. I'm better though ;-).

Truthfully, you wont know if he's any good until you meet him. And PLEASE ask to see his score report.


Will do, thanks Sleek.

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby Kyle2 » Fri May 28, 2010 1:31 pm

Anyone else please? I'm looking for many opinions here. Thanks!

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby jnorsky » Fri May 28, 2010 1:40 pm

Kyle2 wrote:Anyone else please? I'm looking for many opinions here. Thanks!



ill tutor you

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby Kyle2 » Fri May 28, 2010 1:46 pm

jnorsky wrote:
Kyle2 wrote:Anyone else please? I'm looking for many opinions here. Thanks!



ill tutor you


Did you score a 180? :-). C'mon i'm looking for advise about this tutor....

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby SleekFire » Fri May 28, 2010 1:51 pm

Kyle2 wrote:
jnorsky wrote:
Kyle2 wrote:Anyone else please? I'm looking for many opinions here. Thanks!



ill tutor you


Did you score a 180? :-). C'mon i'm looking for advise about this tutor....


Pwned. lol.

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby Kyle2 » Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:17 pm

Bump.

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby NonTradHealthLaw » Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:24 pm

I'm always reassured by tutors who publish blogs containing grammar errors.

Quote from blog

"Good LSAT Sites
Top Law Schools (TLS) - meet other test takers, get the sense of what everyones thinking. (Once your part of a community, it helps you find energy to continue studying.) "

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby itsfine » Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:29 pm

NonTradHealthLaw wrote:I'm always reassured by tutors who publish blogs containing grammar errors.

Quote from blog

"Good LSAT Sites
Top Law Schools (TLS) - meet other test takers, get the sense of what everyone's thinking. (Once your part of a community, it helps you find energy to continue studying.) "

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby GratefulDead » Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:32 pm

Hey, the guys name is Devin, I spoke to him and he sounded alright, but I opted for someone else. Never learned from him though so I can't really say good or bad, but I wasn't impressed enough to choose him. Goodluck

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby let/them/eat/cake » Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:33 pm

NonTradHealthLaw wrote:I'm always reassured by tutors who publish blogs containing grammar errors.

Quote from blog

"Good LSAT Sites
Top Law Schools (TLS) - meet other test takers, get the sense of what everyone*'*s thinking. (Once your part of a community, it helps you find energy to continue studying.) "


also "get the sense" is an odd locution. smart ESL kid perhaps?

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby dutchstriker » Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:36 pm

NonTradHealthLaw wrote:I'm always reassured by tutors who publish blogs containing grammar errors.

Quote from blog

"Good LSAT Sites
Top Law Schools (TLS) - meet other test takers, get the sense of what everyones thinking. (Once your part of a community, it helps you find energy to continue studying.) "

+1

Just because he got a 180 doesn't necessarily make him a good tutor. I've tutored and tend to get impatient with students. Sometimes someone who has struggled through the same types of things as you can be a better tutor. Ask if you can meet him for a free session to talk about his methods. Maybe you can get a sense for whether it would be a good match.

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby Kyle2 » Sun Aug 15, 2010 4:11 pm

GratefulDead wrote:Hey, the guys name is Devin, I spoke to him and he sounded alright, but I opted for someone else. Never learned from him though so I can't really say good or bad, but I wasn't impressed enough to choose him. Goodluck



His name is on his site...

But thanks for the feedback. I finally just called and spoke to him. He seemed really knowledgeable about the test so I went for a session.

Anyway, he really knows his stuff and I think he teaches it well. (Of course, everyone learns differently so that doesn't mean he's good, but I've really improved so far so I'll take it as a sign that he's good for me. (Went from 15+ wrong on games to approximately 5 and still improving; went from 11+ wrong on LR to around 6 and also still improving).

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Re: Want Your Guys Opinion

Postby Kyle2 » Sun Aug 15, 2010 4:12 pm

dutchstriker wrote:
NonTradHealthLaw wrote:I'm always reassured by tutors who publish blogs containing grammar errors.

Quote from blog

"Good LSAT Sites
Top Law Schools (TLS) - meet other test takers, get the sense of what everyones thinking. (Once your part of a community, it helps you find energy to continue studying.) "

+1


I told him about the typo, he fixed it. Said to say thanks ;-)

But, IMHO, the LSAT tests logical reasoning not grammar, one could suck at grammar and still ace the test....




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