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Prepare has helped thousands of high school students dramatically increase their standardized test scores. How? Well, we know what skills and strategies are necessary to master these tests—and we know how explain these to our students so they can crush the tests, too.

There’s no mystery to grad school prep, either.

Everyone uses the same study base. For instance, LSAC, the people who write the LSAT, maintain a vast library of official tests for you to practice on and learn from. Once you’ve got your hands on that database, though… what next? You can practice entirely on your own… or you can supplement your work with expert assistance. The automated question bank of a Kaplan or Princeton Review can only help you so much; most of us need assistance from real humans. PREPARE has conducted an exhaustive search for the best tutors, professionals who have mastered every section of the LSAT (Logical Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning-Logic Games, Reading Comprehension, and the Writing Sample) and can pass along those tips and strategies to you, too. We will match you with a LSAT tutor and mentor who fits your learning style.

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LSAT $120$550$1000

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Our Tutors

William Brubacker
William B

William is a full-time, professional GMAT, GMAT Focus, GRE, and EA tutor with over 12 years of full-time tutoring experience. He has logged over 8,000 hours tutoring those subjects. His students have been accepted at top graduate schools including Booth School of Business at University of Chicago, Columbia Business School, Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley, Harvard Business School, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, London Business School, and The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

William has received numerous positive reviews from past students, who have described him as a “phenomenal,” “patient,” “brilliant”, “awesome”, “effective”, “organized”, “thorough”, “amazing” and “knowledgeable” tutor. His tutoring method has helped many students raise their scores and achieve their desired results.

Kevin Davis, LSAT and GRE tutor
Kevin D

Kevin scored 172 on his LSAT, and a 170 on his GRE. He has been working as a standardized test tutor since 2008, starting with SAT/GRE work with Princeton Review before adding LSAT prep in 2022.  Outside of tutoring, Kevin has an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado and a master’s degree in Applied Electromagnetics from the University of New Mexico. Kevin currently lives in Connecticut where he works as an R&D engineer in surgical robotics.

Leah Summerville Farrar
Leah F

Leah received a 168 ( 94.8%) on her LSAT. An attorney and graduate of The George Washington University Law School, Leah has practiced in the public and private sectors and focuses on corporate law, intellectual property, and emerging technologies. As a tutor, she has over 15 years of experience, having worked with students from high school through graduate school on standardized tests, subject matter learning, and application essays. Prior to law school, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from St. Lawrence University, where she was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.  Leah lives in New York with her two cats. 

James Nyberg, LSAT tutor
James N

• 174, 99th Percentile LSAT Score

• American Moot Court Association 2020 National Finalist: Placed in the top 32 teams nationally

• American Moot Court Association 2019 Regent Regional Tournament: Quarter Finalist