A private tutor focuses on your particular needs! Instead of sitting in a class of 30+ students that bolts through certain concepts while spending too much time on others, the benefit of private tutoring is an individualized approach in which the tutor works hand in hand with you on specific areas.
LSAT courses cost upwards of $1,500. Many people preparing for the LSAT and law school see others taking LSAT prep courses and feel that they have to take a course to keep up.
LSAT courses often “guarantee” score improvement because they administer a practice test before the course begins (before anyone has any experience with the LSAT). Then they take credit for score improvement and leave out that almost everyone’s LSAT score improves after any amount of practice. Not only are LSAT prep courses expensive, but they typically take 12+ hours a week that would be better spent studying on your own.
Students enrolled in an LSAT prep course will have a competitive advantage over everyone else by also using a one-on-one tutor!