They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. I hope that means the people over at the more established Teach-For-America-turned-standardized-test-tutoring company will be flattered that we're picking up their "multi-user data collaboration tool." That's a fancy way of saying: audio, video, images, interactive, and in our case, LSAT-based.
As part of the efforts to constantly improve the Zen of 180 approach to tutoring the LSAT, we've incorporated a new platform for discussing questions with our online clients. Here are a few screenshots of what we're planning to do with the new tools. Essentially, we can now offer our online clients the same interaction with the actual text and hands-on strategies that we provide for in-person clients. Improvement.