Monday, November 23, 2009

Tutoring - Better way than Craigslist

If you're looking for in-person tutoring for the LSAT, but are not in NYC, we stumbled upon a fine site that helps connect you with experienced tutors in your area. Or, after you're finished with the December LSAT--and you get your 99th percentile score--you might find it helpful to know how to market your new skill. We're still experimenting with a few online sources, but find TutorSource to be more palatable than, say, Craigslist.

Be sure to read these things to look for in an LSAT tutor/class before you commit to anything financially.

An example profile from the site for our head tutor: