How to Master the LSAT
- Just the desire to succeed! This course will teach you all of the strategy you need to hit 180 on the LSAT, so whether you're starting from scratch or trying to get past a plateau, MasterLSAT is for you.
If you're looking to get a top LSAT score - you've come to the right place!
Whether you're about to begin prepping for the LSAT or you've been studying for months and are stuck, this course will teach you exactly what you need to do to start improving your LSAT score today.
The methods in this course have been used with hundreds of students, and many improve by 10-20 points in just a week or two.
In this course, you'll learn:
- a structured study regimen you can begin following immediately to improve your LSAT score
- a dozen customized study schedules to pick from
- how to track your improvement over time
- many study tips from someone who has thoroughly mastered the test
For beginners, an overview of the LSAT is included, and basic strategy for each of the 3 sections (Logical Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension).
Can't wait to see you inside!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone preparing for the LSAT
Nathan Cepelinski (Nate Morris for short) has been tutoring countless LSAT students (in the hundreds) in NYC and all over the world, since 2013. After scoring perfect on multiple practice tests, he realized he liked the LSAT too much to become a lawyer.
Since then, he has helped innumerable people score higher than they could have imagined possible and get into the law schools of their dreams.
More than anything else, Nate loves taking students who feel hopeless and "stuck" on the LSAT and helping them see score increases of 10, 20, or even 30 points.
He developed his very simple "MasterLSAT" method over years of trial with his students, and is confident that with the right regimen, anyone can be on the path to a perfect score.
Nate believes that everyone should have access to affordable tutoring and has therefore made his course prices and tutoring rates extremely competitive.
In his spare time, Nate is also active in the music industry as a performer and scorer, and actually modeled his "MasterLSAT" method after the way the best musicians in the world practice.