would tutor really help with LSAT?

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would tutor really help with LSAT?

Postby charlotteWN » Wed Aug 14, 2013 12:16 pm

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Re: would tutor really help with LSAT?

Postby wtrc » Wed Aug 14, 2013 12:21 pm

charlotteWN wrote:as the subject, I not sure if it will work. But I kind of want to try tutor. Any recommandation or experience? is online tutoring the same with face-to-face tutoring?
I appreciate your help!! thanks! :D :D :D


Tutoring can work... but I think we will need a lot more about you (have you PTed? What are you struggling with? What have you tried?) to really give you a good answer.

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Re: would tutor really help with LSAT?

Postby EarlCat » Wed Aug 14, 2013 9:35 pm

Would a tutor really help? Depends on the tutor.
Is online tutoring the same as face-to-face? I'd say no, but I'm old.

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Re: would tutor really help with LSAT?

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Re: would tutor really help with LSAT?

Postby RobertGolddust » Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:20 am

Of course a tutor will help. Just hire good one, no use hiring a second rate guy who can only score a 160.

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Re: would tutor really help with LSAT?

Postby LSAT Blog » Wed Aug 21, 2013 7:04 am

charlotteWN wrote:as the subject, I not sure if it will work. But I kind of want to try tutor. Any recommandation or experience? is online tutoring the same with face-to-face tutoring?
I appreciate your help!! thanks! :D :D :D


Where are you located?

If you're in a major city, you may be able to find a quality in-person tutor. If not, you may be best off going with online tutoring. Many excellent tutors offer online tutoring these days via phone or Skype.

As a tutor, I've found that my students don't seem to experience a significant difference between in-person or distance tutoring. (I've actually had students who tried both and ended up choosing to work with me online to reduce their commuting time.)




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