NYC LSAT Tutor Offers Advice to LSAT Aspirants Taking the Exam in January 2023
December 21, 2022 at 17:01
NYC LSAT Tutor is encouraging 2023 LSAT applicants, who are planning on taking the exam soon in January, to find out how the tutoring service can help them improve their scores.
The primary test dates for the January 2023 LSAT are Friday and Saturday, January 13 and 14, 2023 while the Writing test will be available on Thursday, January 5, 2023. The deadline to register for it was Thursday, December 1, 2022. Candidates can request a change in the test date through January 12, 2023, for a fee of $215. The scores will be released via the candidate’s LSAC account and sent out to their preferred schools at the same time at 9 AM E.T. Wednesday, February 1, 2023.
The spokesperson for NYC LSAT Tutor commented on how important the following few weeks are for candidates by saying, “If you were planning to take the test in January 2023, you have already registered. Given how much sway your LSAT scores hold on your future, it is also safe to assume that you have your nose to the grindstone right now, giving it your all. The next few weeks are vital. All your preparation has led up to this point and it is crucial that you don’t fumble the game in the final quarter. Our advice for you at this critical juncture, as experienced LSAT tutors who have been helping students crack the exam for years, is to hone what you already know. Review all your hard work, everything from mock tests to your mastery of the concepts, and identify weak spots where you need to put in that last extra bit of effort. If you have some questions about the subject matter that can only be clarified in a one-on-one session with an expert, we welcome you to contact NYC LSAT Tutor to schedule a lesson. Our focused sessions will help you avoid wasting precious time and give you the confidence you need to knock it out of the park come January.”
NYC LSAT Tutor offers students tailored lesson plans for every section of the LSAT. Its instructors teach students optimal strategies that are made just for them, based on their blind spots in Logical Reasoning (LR), Logic Games (LG), and Reading Comprehension (RC). The tutoring service prides itself on using a teaching methodology that breaks down the most complex LSAT concepts into easily understandable and digestible pieces. Apart from classroom tutoring at its Midtown Manhattan office, NYC LSAT Tutor also offers in-person lessons to students at nearby locations such as public libraries and other establishments. For students outside the NYC metro area, NYC LSAT Tutor also offers online tutoring which it claims is just as effective as in-person tutoring.
The spokesperson offers his advice to LSAT aspirants planning to take the exam later next year by saying, “Test takers who won’t be taking the January 2023 test still have three more chances in the first half of 2023 – February, April, and June. Though it may seem like you have a ton of time, you will be surprised at just how quickly days turn into weeks, and the test anxiety sets in, just as it already has for those taking the test soon. Create a plan for your LSAT preparation for the coming weeks and months and stick to it. Allocate some time to go over your weaknesses. You will find your belief in yourself skyrocket before the test. If you have any questions or would like to take guidance from our experienced instructors, contact NYC LSAT Tutor today to book a session.”
NYC LSAT Tutor was established by a small group of LSAT instructors who were unhappy with the current prep options for the competitive exam. Today, the tutoring service has been going strong with many students getting improvements of more than 10 points on the LSAT and secure seats at the top law schools in the country.
For more information about NYC LSAT Tutor, contact the company here:
NYC LSAT Tutor
159 E 30th St Apt 12A, New York, NY 10016