So, you're getting ready to go to law school, and you know that that means: conquering the dreaded LSAT. Although I ended up becoming a full-time private test-prep tutor/coach after graduating from Harvard in 2002, there was a time when I was considering law school, too. After scoring in the 150s on my initial practice tests (stupid Logic Games used to always trip me up!), I eventually scored 99% on the LSAT (173) as an undergrad way back in 2001, and I earned a 179 as a full-time tutor 10 years later. Today, I am an LSAT coach with 18 years of tutoring experience, helping my students achieve scores as high as 177 and receive admission offers from some of the world's top law schools.
You should also know that the traditionally paper LSAT will be switching to a digital tablet format starting in July of 2019--and that many future law-school students are trying to earn a solid LSAT score before the transition, given the many question marks surrounding the new, digital exam.