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Top 10 LSAT tutoring services in Pasadena, CA

Students agree: these Pasadena lsat tutors are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
SoFlo SAT Tutoring

SoFlo SAT Tutoring

5.0Exceptional(24)
Offers online services
6 hires on Tutors
10+ years in business
Serves Pasadena, CA
Kangsoo Y. says, "We just moved to the US from Korea and the change has been very tough for my kids. They are not familiar with the US school system and falling behind. I saw their confidence draining. But all of that changed when SoFlo came into the picture. To start, they gave a free assessment so they could figure out where my children were struggling. From there we had weekly tutoring sessions that my kids actually enjoy. I am seeing their confidence return and life in the US get better for them" Read more
Mrs.D

Mrs.D

New on Tutors
Offers online services
Serves Pasadena, CA
My name is Deonna. I am a great helper and have experience working with kids ages 5-10. I can help with homework and upcoming test they have. For English and Math
Junwan Dai

Junwan Dai

New on Tutors
Offers online services
1 hire on Tutors
5+ years in business
Serves Pasadena, CA
Graduated from Columbia University and University of Pittsburgh for my master degrees, majored in Chinese pedagogy and industrial engineering. I got my bachelor degree from Purdue University and majored in industrial engineering and industrial management. I started teaching AP, IB and A-level math since 2019, and usually my students are from year 8 to year 12. My goal as a tutor is not only for my students to improve their grades but also help them to be better interested in math. I help my students to learn by teaching them new concepts and reviewing old ones. Not only that, I also give them abundant practices to help them better understand
Francisco Math Tutoring

Francisco Math Tutoring

New on Tutors
Offers online services
4 hires on Tutors
2+ years in business
Serves Pasadena, CA
Hey, I’m Francisco! I am a student at CSULA studying applied mathematics. Math can be challenging to learn, many people lose interest in it. We need to understand and comprehend the basic ideas and concepts of a specific part of math to make math simple. My goal is to help students improve their math skills and build confidence on themselves. Math is one of my favorite subject. I really enjoy playing with numbers and trying to figure it any type of problems/equations. Learning math should not just be computing numbers, but also to explain in plain words. I love to help people not just master material they thought they could never understand b...
William Sjafri

William Sjafri

New on Tutors
Offers online services
Serves Pasadena, CA
Hi there! I am a current student in UCI pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering. I have been tutoring for over 3 years now. I had taught many students ranging from elementary to college levels. My main subject is Math, however, I am also open to help out in other subjects. Why tutor? I enjoy teaching and connecting with students. I love to help students do well in their studies. They are the future of the nation after all. My goal as a tutor is not only to improve their grades, my goal is also to help students discover their passion for learning and improve their confidence in their own path. I look forward to connect and help you succeed
I Really Hate Math Incorporated

I Really Hate Math Incorporated

5.0(3)
Offers online services
1 hire on Tutors
Serves Pasadena, CA
Cadence R. says, "What I like about working with I Really Hate Math Incorporated is Mr. Pitassi’s technique in tutoring in which it’s simple and straightforward yet very informative. I’ve had two tutors in the past but had never felt more supported or engaged with the knowledge, patience, and positivity that Mr. Pitassi brings to every tutoring session. His teaching technique overall has made me more confident in the class. I would highly recommend him as your tutor." Read more
Caoch Kam Test Prep

Caoch Kam Test Prep

5.0(1)
Offers online services
10+ years in business
Serves Pasadena, CA
Beijing G. says, "Kami coached both of my sons on SAT/ACT. She was extremely knowledgeable and experienced. Her coaching was very effective in raising my boys' test results. I plan to use Kami's service for my youngest as well!" Read more
Andrew Murray

Andrew Murray

New on Tutors
Offers online services
9+ years in business
Serves Pasadena, CA
I’ve been an all-purpose tutor since graduating Harvard University in 2013. I began with Franklin Educational Services in Los Angeles from 2014-2016, a company which emphasized techniques to work with students exhibiting attention deficit disorder, autism, and executive functioning issues. I worked from 2016-2020 with Smart Alec in NYC, with students ranging from middle-schoolers to attendants of elite academies to university students at USC, Brown, and Columbia. Since 2021, my educational work has been part-time, mixed in between film industry gigs as a producer. These part-time efforts have been focused largely on college applications and s

Your LSAT Tutoring questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Tutors.

How much does an LSAT tutor cost?

LSAT tutors can charge as little as $15 per hour, but the most highly regarded tutors charge between $100 to $300 per hour for private tutoring. Many LSAT tutors price their services as part of a package. A typical package is 10 to 30 hours, depending on the type of tutoring you need.

When choosing a tutor, you will find that location and experience play a big factor in the total cost. Tutors in larger cities generally command higher rates than those in smaller cities or rural areas. Also, if they meet with you in person, they tend to charge more than if they meet with you online. More experienced tutors with a proven track record of boosting LSAT scores and those with experience teaching law school often charge more.

Are LSAT tutors worth it?

LSAT tutors can be worth the investment for many students preparing for the LSAT. Tutors can provide personalized instruction, help identify weaknesses, and develop a customized study plan. This tailored approach is often more effective than self-study alone.

Many tutoring companies offer score guarantees, such as a refund or free retake if the student doesn't improve their score by a certain amount. This provides additional value and accountability. Also, tutors who have scored very high on the LSAT themselves can share effective strategies and techniques that they used to excel on the exam.

Do I need a tutor for the LSAT?

Whether or not you need a tutor for the LSAT depends mainly on your learning style and study habits. A self-motivated student who creates a structured learning plan for themselves can likely be successful without a tutor. A less motivated student or one that thrives in social situations may find the personal attention and encouragement from an LSAT tutor is beneficial.

How do I find an LSAT tutor?

Follow these suggestions to find a skilled, experienced LSAT tutor who can provide personalized support and strategies to help you improve your score:

  • Look for tutors that fit your budget, schedule, and location.
  • Choose from tutors with high LSAT scores (e.g. 170+) who can share effective strategies they used.
  • Consider whether you want a tutor with a similar background or learning style to yours, as this can help create a more supportive and relatable learning environment.
  • Evaluate potential tutors based on their qualifications, teaching experience, and ability to provide a personalized study plan and feedback.
  • Ask for references from past students and look for positive reviews on Tutors and Google.
  • For more affordable options, look into tutoring packages from test prep companies, which can provide both individual attention and group lessons.
  • Make sure the tutor you choose offers score improvement guarantees or the ability to continue working with you until you reach your target score.

What questions should I ask an LSAT tutor?

Ask these important questions to determine if the prospective tutor has the right expertise, teaching approach, and cost for your needs and goals:

  • What was your own LSAT score and when did you take the exam?
  • How many years of LSAT tutoring experience do you have?
  • What kind of LSAT training or certification do you have?
  • Are you comfortable teaching all sections of the LSAT, or do you specialize in certain areas?
  • What LSAT prep materials do you typically use with students?
  • Do you focus on teaching core LSAT concepts and strategies, or more on practice tests?
  • How do you customize your teaching approach for each student's needs?
  • Can you provide examples of effective techniques you use to help students improve their LSAT scores?
  • Can you explain LSAT concepts and strategies in a clear, easy-to-understand way?
  • How will you provide feedback and track my progress throughout our sessions?
  • What is your availability and where can we meet? Do you offer online tutoring?
  • What is your hourly rate or package pricing?
  • Do you offer any score improvement guarantees or refund policies?
  • Based on my goals, do you think I would be a good fit for your tutoring services?

Reviews for Pasadena LSAT tutoring services

Recent success stories from people in the Pasadena area.
Karen L.
My daughter had to write a pre-algebra test in a few days and I was concerned she was struggling. I contacted SoFlo online, expressed my concern and in spite of the tight schedule they moved things around to accommodate my daughter. I witnessed the session and it’s the best thing since sliced bread. I love the teaching method, and that my daugher was offered multiple methods to solve the same problem. I recommend SoFlo highly!
SoFlo SAT Tutoring
Kelly S.
Matt is an incredible statistics tutor. He is proficient in the subject and makes everything easy to understand. He is very thorough with his explanations. Matt is extremely kind, patient, encouraging, and reliable. I would highly recommend him.
I Really Hate Math Incorporated
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