Hi, David here! I'm (as of October 2016) an LSAT tutor, a 1L at NYU School of Law, a comedian, a coffee enthusiast, and a big ol' nerd.
After graduating from Princeton in 2014, I worked primarily in the arts - but, in 2015, I took stock of my skills, my passions, and my values, and seriously committed myself to a life in the law.
As I prepared to apply, I came to love the LSAT - so much so that I also wanted to learn how to teach it. While I scored a 175 myself (a score in the 99th percentile), I was frustrated by the lack of clear information in the test-prep market, and the rigidity of most of the materials out there.
For both myself and my students, I've found that the most interesting and useful part of LSAT test-prep was understanding what the test is actually about. By going "back to basics" and emphasizing a flexible and calming approach, I've seen a lot of improvement in myself and for my students.
The best part is that the methods I use (showcased on this site) are entirely adaptable to any of the major test prep companies' materials. I've worked with students who have prepared using almost every major brand - and also know many of the issues inherent to each brand that trip students up.
If you'd like to work with me one-on-one, click the button above or shoot me an email at david@ZenLSAT.com and we can schedule a free 15 minute phone consultation. For now, I work from the New York metro area, but I also teach online through Skype and Google Hangouts.
Available upon request - but I promise I can beat the competition :) Email david@ZenLSAT.com