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Thirty 1-on-1 Online Sessions

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you select your tutors?

We auditioned hundreds of 99th-percentile LSAT tutors and chose the very best—then trained them to make them even better.

What happens after I sign up for tutoring?

After you purchase tutoring, we’ll send you an email with a link to a survey. We’ll also ask you to take a diagnostic exam if you’ve never taken a PrepTest on 7Sage’s platform.

We’ll use your survey responses and diagnostic exam to draft a study plan and match you with a tutor. Your tutor will reach out to you within 48 hours to schedule your free, 30-minute intake session.

What are the sessions like?

7Sage tutors are coaches, not just explainers. Each session is focused on a clear goal tailored to your needs and progress. We’ll work on foundational principles, timing, or test tactics before assigning homework and setting the agenda for the coming week. We don’t just help you improve during our sessions: we maximize the time you spend studying on your own.

How do the sessions work?

We conduct all of our tutoring sessions over Zoom. You can choose if you want the camera on or off.

Do you offer payment plans?

7Sage is pleased to offer affordable payment plans for our 10-session, 20-session, and 30-session LSAT Tutoring packages.

Here's how it works: we split the purchase price into three monthly payments (for 10-session packages) or six payments (for 20-session and 30-session packages). You pay the first today, and then we will reach out once a month to remind you to make your next monthly payment until you're paid up.

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For tutoring, if you’ve used one hour or less of your time, we’ll give you a full refund within 14 days of your purchase.

 

About Our Program

 

A Curriculum Just for You

Our tutors use 7Sage’s industry-leading LSAT analytics to create a study schedule tailored to your needs. Whether you’re struggling with the logic games, logical reasoning, or reading comprehension, and whether you’re shooting for a 150, a 180, or anything in between, we’ll identify the barriers to your success and address them one by one.

Sign up today to

  • Study more effectively
  • Improve your comprehension
  • Avoid panic
  • Fine-tune your technique for each question type
  • Implement a skipping strategy

Exceptional Teachers

Who teaches for 7Sage? For starters, people who scored in the 99th percentile on a real LSAT. But we’re not just looking for brilliant minds. We’re looking for brilliant teachers. That’s why we only select a tiny fraction of the people who apply to tutor with 7Sage—then train them to make them even better. When you run the numbers, our hiring process is more selective than Yale Law.

So what do these brilliant teachers do? They can help you

  • Simplify complicated topics
  • Recognize patterns and common inferences
  • Anticipate correct answers
  • Rule out wrong answers more quickly
  • Replicate the thought processes of 170+ test-takers

Coaching, Not Explaining

You can find an explainer anywhere. Our tutors are invested in your success, and they’ll do far more than review your wrong answers. Expect your tutor to

  • Assign homework targeted at your weaknesses
  • Make sure you get the most out of each PrepTest
  • Hold you accountable to your own schedule
  • Motivate you
  • Address burn-out and discouragement

 

Schedule a Free Consult

 

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They Really Like Us 😊

Take a look at these reviews from our clients:

I had very high expectations going into 7Sage’s LSAT tutoring. Said expectations were exceeded.

Sam

Scott was very invested in my success and continued growth. He provided detailed analytics and specific feedback based on my practice tests and trends we saw in my performance. A tutor is not a substitute for tenacity and hard work, but Scott helped me identify my weaknesses and make my long hours of individual studying as productive as they could’ve been.

Lily

Friends and family all know the LSAT is hard, but they couldn’t relate to and support me in my LSAT journey like 7Sage did

Juan

 

Our Tutors

  • Henry Merschat

    Henry Merschat

    Tutor | 180

    Henry Merschat

    Henry Merschat

    Tutor | 180

    Henry thought his LSAT journey was over after a disappointing score. With the guidance of 7Sage, he decided to take another crack at it and ended up with a nice, round 180. He’s excited to help others replicate his experience without getting discouraged or quitting before they’ve reached their full potential. In his free time, he enjoys improv, drumming in local rock bands, and spending time with his two small dogs, Doug and Pluto.

  • Joel Tennyson

    Joel Tennyson

    Tutor | 180

    Joel Tennyson

    Joel Tennyson

    Tutor | 180

    Joel was drawn to 7Sage during his own LSAT preparation due to its focus on reasoning and fundamentals rather than on simple but often unreliable tricks. Joel believes that when students are sharpening those foundational skills and approaching the test in a systematic way, they’re not only learning how to reach their best score on the LSAT—they’re becoming a great critical thinker in the process, which will help them in virtually any field they choose to pursue. After much time experimenting with different study approaches, Joel discovered the key ingredients that really worked—core skills first, targeted help where needed, and lots of practice. When not tutoring the LSAT, Joel enjoys tinkering around with coding projects, reading every fantasy novel ever written, and spoiling his two cats.

  • Soni Madnani

    Soni Madnani

    Tutor | 180

    Soni Madnani

    Soni Madnani

    Tutor | 180

    Soni has come to view studying for the LSAT like learning a new language. Like any language, she strongly believes that the LSAT is learnable. After studying for the LSAT unsuccessfully for months, she finally reached fluency once 7Sage helped her to become familiar and confident with the test material. She hopes to help her students do the same as they embark on their LSAT journey. In her free time, Soni can be found in the pottery studio, taking photos, or traveling.

  • Raphael Piliero

    Raphael Piliero

    Tutor | 180

    Raphael Piliero

    Raphael Piliero

    Tutor | 180

    Raphael was motivated to become an LSAT tutor when he saw firsthand the ways that learning logic can change how one thinks and approaches the world—and that the test can be made fun in the process! A self-described LSAT fanatic, Raphael took over 9,000 LSAT questions across several months of study prior to his exam. He decided to return as a tutor to help students reach their potential by inculcating an appreciation for logic, critical thinking, and the joy of solving curve-breaker “miscellaneous" logic games. When not thinking about the LSAT, Raphael enjoys playing speed chess and avidly watching baseball.

  • Ardaschir Arguelles

    Ardaschir Arguelles

    Tutor | 180

    Ardaschir Arguelles

    Ardaschir Arguelles

    Tutor | 180

    Ardaschir’s initial approach to Logic Games involved a good deal of crossing his fingers and hoping for the best. While studying for the LSAT in earnest, he took a practice test every week and in so doing found himself developing a personal language for Logic Games and Logical Reasoning that allowed him to get the better of the test. He sees that as the goal of the tutoring process—to become familiar enough with the test that the concepts become instinctive, things you can formulate to yourself in terms you understand. That process takes time and effort, but with the right guidance it can also be enjoyable and fulfilling.

  • Deirdre Madeleine Willgohs

    Deirdre Madeleine Willgohs

    Tutor | 180

    Deirdre Madeleine Willgohs

    Deirdre Madeleine Willgohs

    Tutor | 180

    Deirdre graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in biomedical engineering and started her career in law as a patent examiner for the USPTO, later becoming a patent agent at a Big Law firm. During her time at Northwestern, she was a math and physics tutor for her fellow students and discovered her passion for teaching. To be the best tutor possible, she has taken several courses in pedagogy and has developed an effective and engaging approach to tutoring. Deirdre believes the LSAT is a learnable test, and with the right approach and strategies, it can even be fun! She enjoys working with students of all levels, whether they want to work on their fundamentals at the beginning of their LSAT journey or refine their strategy to get those last few points to a 180. When she isn’t teaching the LSAT, Deirdre enjoys fostering kittens and playing badminton.

  • Dylan Estrin Rosoff

    Dylan Estrin Rosoff

    Tutor | 180

    Dylan Estrin Rosoff

    Dylan Estrin Rosoff

    Tutor | 180

    Dylan heard about 7Sage halfway through the process of studying for the LSAT from a friend. After feeling like he had not quite mastered the fundamentals of the test, he decided to give it a try. 7Sage ended up being incredibly helpful to him in his LSAT journey as he made consistent progress up from his diagnostic score and developed the skills that enabled him to excel at the test. He is excited to become a part of students’ own journeys as he works with them to develop these skills.
    Outside of being a tutor, Dylan recently graduated from Cornell University and majored in Industrial and Labor Relations. He is interested in researching how people respond to artificial intelligence at work and sees himself going to law school in the future to study labor and employment law. In general, he loves hiking and nature, playing video games, cooking, and listening to music.

  • Beau Bost

    Beau Bost

    Tutor | 180

    Beau Bost

    Beau Bost

    Tutor | 180

    Beau developed a great respect and appreciation for the LSAT during his own journey with the exam, which was aided greatly by 7Sage. He found scrutinizing arguments and deciphering Logic Games to be quite enjoyable, and the tangible growth that accompanies constant practice to be quite rewarding. Recognizing that the process is not all fun and games, however, Beau became an LSAT tutor to help students learn to get the most enjoyment out of their study time and the best possible performance out of themselves. In his spare time, Beau enjoys playing tennis, getting overly invested in fantasy football, playing board games, and walking the Green Belt near his home in Austin, Texas

  • Henry Farnum

    Henry Farnum

    Tutor | 180

    Henry Farnum

    Henry Farnum

    Tutor | 180

    Henry had to learn to enjoy studying for the LSAT, and counting incremental improvements as little wins helped him maintain motivation through the sometimes grueling process. He used 7Sage, over a 6-month study period, to improve his diagnostic score by more than 20 points. As a tutor, he believes that any student willing to put in the work can develop an intuitive relationship with the test and achieve their ideal score. When he’s not teaching the LSAT, Henry enjoys reading, going for walks with his girlfriend, and watching Hugh Grant act. Or, to be more precise, when he’s not watching Hugh Grant movies, he enjoys teaching the LSAT.  

  • Albert Gauthier

    Albert Gauthier

    Tutor | 180

    Albert Gauthier

    Albert Gauthier

    Tutor | 180

    Albert began his LSAT journey unable to finish a single section within time and doubting whether he was even capable of reading and thinking quickly enough to handle this test. After diving deep into the material of several of the major test prep companies in an effort to finally “get it right,” he’s developed a very strong sense of what works and what doesn’t. He believes the LSAT can absolutely be mastered by those students who approach the test strategically and systematically, and it’s this hard-won approach that Albert brings to his tutoring. When he’s not teaching the LSAT, he’s practicing his French and Japanese, playing nerdy niche board games, or working in his veggie garden.

  • Theodore Haugen

    Theodore Haugen

    Tutor | 180

    Theodore Haugen

    Theodore Haugen

    Tutor | 180

    With several practice tests taken and no score progress to show for it, Tad’s LSAT journey had a discouraging start. Discovering 7Sage breathed new life into his learning process by providing clear explanations of important LSAT concepts, a roadmap for studying, and amazing tools for growth, like blind review. When working with students, Tad emphasizes mastering the fundamentals underlying the test rather than trying to rely on gimmicks and encourages his students to grow in their confidence by creating a comfortable learning environment. When he’s not tutoring, Tad enjoys CrossFit, video games, weekly trivia, and poker.

  • Chayton Gray

    Chayton Gray

    Tutor | 180

    Chayton Gray

    Chayton Gray

    Tutor | 180

    Chayton graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in political science. During his time at Rhodes, he was an active member of the baseball team. After graduation, Chayton worked as a high school algebra teacher. He began his LSAT preparation with 7Sage and is now eager to share his knowledge with other students. Chayton believes anyone can improve their LSAT performance by focusing on understanding what the test is really asking. His favorite part of tutoring is seeing students realize their potential and have fun in the process. When he isn’t teaching the LSAT, Chayton enjoys playing ping-pong, golfing, and reading.

  • Samuel Bunn

    Samuel Bunn

    Tutor | 180

    Samuel Bunn

    Samuel Bunn

    Tutor | 180

    Sam started his LSAT journey while working full-time and found slow and steady progress through the Core Curriculum of 7Sage. As he reached a plateau, he switched to frequent practice tests and leaned heavily on the analytics to help identify areas of challenge. Sam’s experience taught him that the LSAT is a learnable test and that the biggest factor in eventual score improvement was his own outlook and mental health. He cannot wait to help students reach the upper echelons of the LSAT and is especially excited to work with fellow Pacific Northwesterners interested in pursuing law.

    When not demystifying the LSAT, Sam can be found reading mystery novels, climbing rocks, and keenly following the latest escapades of the Boston Red Sox.

  • Matthew Evan Todd

    Matthew Evan Todd

    Tutor | 180

    Matthew Evan Todd

    Matthew Evan Todd

    Tutor | 180

    Matthew used 7Sage for his LSAT prep and found the content engaging and helpful in his learning. Having studied for the exam while doing a full course load, Matthew understands the challenge of LSAT prep alongside school or work responsibilities. Using a strategic and intentional approach to prep, he improved by 20 points from his diagnostic score. Tutoring seemed like a great way to help others have the best experience possible as they try to reach their LSAT goals. Off the clock, Matthew enjoys traveling (more accurately, daydreaming of traveling places), trying new foods, and following the NBA.

  • Ben Kane

    Ben Kane

    Tutor | 180

    Ben Kane

    Ben Kane

    Tutor | 180

    Ben found 7Sage near the beginning of his LSAT journey, and he credits much of his success to the clear explanations and detailed analytics that 7Sage provides. He serves through AmeriCorps in Colorado doing academic interventions, gaining an appreciation for different learning styles and the excitement of breakthrough realizations. He is excited to meet students where they are at to achieve their peak performance on the LSAT and enjoy the intricacies of the test. When not obsessing over the best way to break boards, Ben writes YA contemporary fantasy and competes in Latin dance.

  • Nathaniel Yoon

    Nathaniel Yoon

    Tutor | 180

    Nathaniel Yoon

    Nathaniel Yoon

    Tutor | 180

    Nathaniel studied for the LSAT with 7Sage, where clear explanations and specific feedback were invaluable in his targeted, intentional preparation. He’s also spent years coaching debate, helping students develop the right mindsets to tackle problems and break down arguments efficiently. As an LSAT tutor, he’s excited to combine these skills to tackle problems together with persistence and an open mind. In his free time, Nathaniel enjoys playing a bit of chess and watching chess videos, solving and occasionally constructing crosswords, and playing with his dog, Leo.

  • Samantha Dresner

    Samantha Dresner

    Tutor | 180

    Samantha Dresner

    Samantha Dresner

    Tutor | 180

    Sam used 7Sage to create her own action plan for tackling the LSAT and now wants to help others do the same. As a student with ADHD, she understands the importance of a routine and strategy tailored to individual learning style. She is especially looking forward to working with students with neurodivergencies and disabilities and is committed to continually finding new and nontraditional methods of studying. In addition to the content of the LSAT, she enjoys teaching the test-taking skills necessary to perform well on it. When not tutoring, Sam enjoys cooking, doing crossword puzzles, and traveling.

  • Elias Christensen

    Elias Christensen

    Tutor | 180

    Elias Christensen

    Elias Christensen

    Tutor | 180

    Like any difficult journey, the LSAT goes better with a little extra help on your side. Getting a top score took a lot of hard work, but as he studied for the LSAT, Elias found that having an experienced friend in his corner to talk him through it made a huge difference in his results. Now he hopes to pay it forward and help others reach their goal score by showing them that the LSAT plays by rules that can be learned and overcome. In his off hours, he likes to spend his time writing, visiting local parks and gardens, caring for his bonsai tree, and admiring his friends’ pets.

  • Eric James Hu

    Eric James Hu

    Tutor | 179

    Eric James Hu

    Eric James Hu

    Tutor | 179

    Eric is a New York-based jazz saxophonist, an adjunct at Columbia University, and an LSAT tutor of five years. He believes that learning should be approachable and transformative, with tangible, achievable steps toward ambitious goals. He has worked with LSAT students starting from the 120s as well as from the 170s. His most improved student started with a 128 and ended with a 169, and he is equally proud of his students that progress from 172 to 177. Eric is a published academic with articles in leading music education journals. He has a Master's in Education from Columbia University and is currently working towards a PhD in Music Education. When not teaching or writing, Eric enjoys cooking Italian food and playing video games.

  • James Marmaduke

    James Marmaduke

    Tutor | 179

    James Marmaduke

    James Marmaduke

    Tutor | 179

    James is passionate about the LSAT because it did not come naturally to him. Through three years of dedicated study, he came to see the LSAT as an old friend. James now enjoys teaching the LSAT and making it accessible to all students. He firmly believes that the LSAT is learnable and that, with the right approach, anyone can master the test. When he is not decoding Reading Comprehension, you can find James crafting artisan chocolate and working on his forthcoming children’s book. 

  • Mati Zeff

    Mati Zeff

    Tutor | 179

    Mati Zeff

    Mati Zeff

    Tutor | 179

    After plateauing in the middle of his LSAT journey, Mati used the unique 7Sage curriculum and powerful study tools to score well above his target on his first try. He believes cracking the LSAT is like learning an instrument, and with help and time anyone can master it. Now entering his second academic program in philosophy before law school, Mati appreciates the logical foundation of the test and loves to see the lightbulb go off for students when they master a concept. When not coaching the LSAT, studying philosophy, or working on health policy, Mati enjoys fencing, watching sports with friends, and falling down YouTube rabbit holes.

  • Sydney Griffith

    Sydney Griffith

    Tutor | 179

    Sydney Griffith

    Sydney Griffith

    Tutor | 179

    When she first started studying for the LSAT, Sydney found the test to be frustrating and incredibly intimidating. After a lot of trial and error with different study methods, she discovered what worked for her and things started clicking. Sydney is a strong believer that the LSAT is a completely learnable test and loves finding ways to simplify the test for students. She also understands added pressures such as studying while in school or working full-time as well as being a first-generation college student. In her free time, Sydney enjoys playing soccer, learning about space, and watching Gilmore Girls on repeat.

  • Alexandra Nash

    Alexandra Nash

    Tutor | 178

    Alexandra Nash

    Alexandra Nash

    Tutor | 178

    Alexandra has always been passionate about teaching others, and believes that with the right support, any student can unlock potential they may not have realized they had, and the LSAT is no exception. As an experienced tutor, they have honed their ability to adapt study plans to different learning styles, and they are excited to help each student find their unique way of mastering the LSAT. In their free time, Alexandra birdwatches at their local nature parks and invents new ways to prepare vegetables from their balcony garden.

  • Esha Bhat

    Esha Bhat

    Tutor | 178

    Esha Bhat

    Esha Bhat

    Tutor | 178

    Prior to 7Sage, Esha struggled for months to increase her LSAT score. With 7Sage, she was able to increase her score by nearly 20 points while working a full-time job. She understands how difficult balance and burnout can be, and wants to help make the process feel easier. Throughout her LSAT journey, Esha struggled with a lack of confidence and knows how harmful that can be with this exam. More than anything, she wants to create an encouraging environment for others and focus on building up confidence and a positive mindset. After tutoring for both the SAT and LSAT, she has also learned the importance of catering to individual learning styles and is determined to help all her students reach their full potential. Outside of the LSAT, you will likely find her competing at mock trial tournaments, crocheting, or watching Bollywood movies with her friends.

  • Kishore Chundi

    Kishore Chundi

    Tutor | 178

    Kishore Chundi

    Kishore Chundi

    Tutor | 178

    After struggling for months to improve on his diagnostic score, Kishore found 7Sage and never looked back. Learning to enjoy aspects of the process and to even have fun with Logic Games and certain question types played an important role in his success. Nevertheless, having studied for the LSAT while working both full-time and part-time jobs, Kishore understands the reality of burnout and is committed to helping his students hone and practice sustainable study habits. Having improved on his diagnostic score by almost 20 points, Kishore believes that there is no “secret” to the LSAT, and that anyone can achieve their goal score with a solid logical foundation and a consistently applied strategy that fits their strengths. In his free time, Kishore enjoys cooking, browsing Wikipedia, learning new languages, and obsessing over his beloved Florida sports teams.

  • Ethan Crnic

    Ethan Crnic

    Tutor | 178

    Ethan Crnic

    Ethan Crnic

    Tutor | 178

    Prior to taking the LSAT, Ethan worked in the research department for a legal recruiting agency, where he became inspired to pursue a career in law. Ethan relied on 7Sage as his primary study tool, and credits the platform with helping him achieve his goal score. His own journey towards score improvement led him to the following conviction—the LSAT is a learnable test for anybody with the right level of commitment, desire, and use of resources like 7Sage. Through tutoring, Ethan seeks to help others master the ins and outs of the LSAT and achieve their dream outcomes. In his free time, Ethan finds joy in surfing, hiking, and soaking up the sun.

  • Patrick Oh

    Patrick Oh

    Tutor | 178

    Patrick Oh

    Patrick Oh

    Tutor | 178

    Patrick is a Los Angeles native who loves teaching. He has coached high school debate, mentored freshman writing seminars and upper-division economics courses, and taught as a camp counselor for 5- to 6-year-olds. Having studied with 7Sage himself, Patrick is excited to help students in a similar position achieve their dream LSAT score. He understands the uniqueness of each student and adapts his tutorship to each student’s learning style and strengths. In addition, Patrick helps students prepare themselves for not only the content but also the mental aspects of the LSAT to help maximize their test score on test day. In his free time, he enjoys basketball, pickleball, and K-dramas.  

  • Ainsley Duke

    Ainsley Duke

    Tutor | 178

    Ainsley Duke

    Ainsley Duke

    Tutor | 178

    Ainsley believes that the LSAT is a test made up of learnable rules and patterns, and with a little extra help, anyone can learn them. She studied for months to raise her score 20+ points from her diagnostic while working full-time, so she understands the resilience required to balance many obligations along with studying for the LSAT. Ainsley has former experience in tutoring and education in teaching/learning styles, and is ready to find the best approach to the LSAT for each of her students. Outside of teaching the LSAT, Ainsley enjoys reading, painting, and traveling!

  • Brendan M Murphy

    Brendan M Murphy

    Tutor | 178

    Brendan M Murphy

    Brendan M Murphy

    Tutor | 178

    Brendan Murphy is a recent graduate of the College of the Holy Cross who is passionate about ancient history, philosophy, and formal logic. While in college, he spent two years interning in the homicide department of the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office, where he gained valuable insight into the inner workings of the legal system and the power attorneys have to bring closure to families and communities. Since graduating Phi Beta Kappa in May 2023, he has been developing his teaching skills at The Goddard School in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Outside of work, Brendan enjoys playing beach volleyball, reading history books, and singing. He will be attending the University of Notre Dame Law School in the fall to pursue a career in international law.

  • Sena Maruflu

    Sena Maruflu

    Tutor | 178

    Sena Maruflu

    Sena Maruflu

    Tutor | 178

    Sena is an exceptional LSAT instructor with a score of 178 and over five years of experience. Starting at a prestigious test prep institute, she has guided over 1,000 students both in-person and online. Sena excels in various teaching formats, from large group sessions to personalized one-on-one tutoring. As a member of the University of Pennsylvania Law School class of 2024, she was admitted to every law school she applied to during the competitive 2020–2021 cycle. Sena has significantly impacted her students, helping them gain admission to top law programs and secure scholarships. Her commitment to student success and tailored approach have led to impressive score increases, making her an invaluable asset to aspiring law students.

  • Sage Lauren Martin

    Sage Lauren Martin

    Tutor | 178

    Sage Lauren Martin

    Sage Lauren Martin

    Tutor | 178

    Sage grew up in San Antonio and recently graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in Health Equity and a minor in Business. In college, she explored the relationships between corporate social responsibility, the environment, and public health.

    Sage hopes to show students how learnable and fun the LSAT can be. She firmly believes that success on the LSAT comes down to thoroughly understanding what you read. Her goal is to help students build confidence on the test by understanding why the correct answer is right and the incorrect answers are wrong. Sage helps students create a plan to integrate quality study time into their busy schedules.

    When she is not solving LSAT questions, you might find Sage outdoors, traveling, reading, or spending time with her kittens.

  • Charlotte Kim

    Charlotte Kim

    Tutor | 178

    Charlotte Kim

    Charlotte Kim

    Tutor | 178

    Prior to taking the LSAT, Charlotte conducted neuroscience research and led an NIH-sponsored project to study how trauma is encoded in the brain. Having started her own LSAT journey with 7Sage, Charlotte looks forward to sharing her enthusiasm for the LSAT with current 7Sage students. She frequently works with non-native English speakers and creates engaging lessons to bring out the best in her students. Former students have described Charlotte as patient and a lifesaver when it comes to Logic Games. She enjoys hot yoga, golf, traveling, and watching K-dramas.  

  • Christopher Bearne

    Christopher Bearne

    Tutor | 178

    Christopher Bearne

    Christopher Bearne

    Tutor | 178

    Coming from a STEM background, Chris found the LSAT daunting at first. With the help of 7Sage and 7Sage tutors, Chris improved 25 points from his diagnostic. He learned to love the nuances of the LSAT, and became a tutor to help others find this same joy. Chris is dedicated to helping his students reach their full potential and achieve their dream score, especially on test day. When Chris is not dissecting arguments, you can find him doing gymnastics or watching hockey.

  • Sierra Taylor Maciorowski

    Sierra Taylor Maciorowski

    Tutor | 178

    Sierra Taylor Maciorowski

    Sierra Taylor Maciorowski

    Tutor | 178

    After many years as a debate coach and teacher, Sierra is excited to turn her attention towards tutoring the LSAT and helping students learn to use their instincts to beat this all-important game. She believes that anyone can build the skills to meet their LSAT goals through intuition—by combining formal logic principles and precision of language with the simple practice of figuring out what questions try to say. When not coaching the LSAT or debate, Sierra can be found reading critical disability theory or speculative fiction, listening to Kehlani while wandering the Bay Area hills, and learning four languages at once.

  • Angela Yang

    Angela Yang

    Tutor | 178

    Angela Yang

    Angela Yang

    Tutor | 178

    Angela currently lives in NYC where she works at a legal services organization. She studied for the LSAT while interning during the summer and then being a full-time student, so she understands the difficulties of managing time and burn-out. After discovering 7Sage videos, Angela started to see the LSAT as not a test of innate smartness or ability but one that anyone can master. She truly believes that with the right test techniques combined with the best-suited study approach for each individual, everyone can improve and do well. Angela has experienced her share of score regressions, plateaus, and test-taking anxiety, so she is excited to work with students and watch them improve and overcome their own challenges. In her free time, Angela enjoys bouldering, binge-reading fiction books, and playing social deduction games.

  • Daniel Jung

    Daniel Jung

    Tutor | 178

    Daniel Jung

    Daniel Jung

    Tutor | 178

    A former student of 7Sage tutors himself, Daniel returned to his LSAT haven, this time on the other side of tutoring. He found that much of his growth came from hearing other people’s perspectives on questions, and hopes to provide the same valuable insight to others. His main teaching philosophy is rooted in the belief that scoring well is more about thinking with the right mindset rather than just thinking hard. Therefore, he aims to help cultivate the mental framework necessary for conquering the LSAT. When he’s not tutoring, Daniel can be found playing basketball, golf, or badminton.

  • Teagan Hill

    Teagan Hill

    Tutor | 178

    Teagan Hill

    Teagan Hill

    Tutor | 178

    When Teagan began her LSAT journey with 7Sage, she found its patient, comprehensive approach relieving and its community vibrant and supportive. She fell in love with the LSAT through learning to break it down and understand it piece by piece, and is excited to help others do the same. In her own study, her most significant comprehension advances came from discourse with other students. Consequently, Teagan is passionate about the powerful impact that collaborative learning can have on an individual’s LSAT journey and believes in developing a road map to success for each of her clients that allows their strengths to shine.

    After balancing a full-time college schedule alongside her career, internship, extracurriculars, and LSAT study, Teagan knows firsthand how crucial time management and balance can be, and wants to help her students navigate that process with ease.

    In her spare time, Teagan bakes various desserts, reads an eclectic selection of books, enjoys musical theatre, and is learning Latin.

  • Katie Mae Rials

    Katie Mae Rials

    Tutor | 178

    Katie Mae Rials

    Katie Mae Rials

    Tutor | 178

    Katie Mae never expected to love the LSAT when she started studying for it, but while studying, she learned to love the process of working through questions and is excited to have the opportunity to continue with it. She firmly believes in the learnability of the LSAT and believes anyone can have confidence going into the test. As someone who struggled with burnout while studying, she understands the mental stressors that go along with taking the LSAT and is committed to sustainable, realistic studying for students. She has a passion for teaching and loves her evenings spent teaching grade-school students math, reading, and karate. When not tutoring, you can find Katie Mae watching reality TV, practicing Taekwondo, or volunteering!

  • Sarah Ryan

    Sarah Ryan

    Tutor | 178

    Sarah Ryan

    Sarah Ryan

    Tutor | 178

    After spending more than a year trying to balance studying with a full-time job, Sarah knows firsthand how stressful and exhausting the LSAT can be. She believes that, with some patience, it is possible to make substantial improvements and develop confidence on the test, and she is excited to help coach others through the process. When she isn't tutoring, or working as a legal assistant, Sarah can be found running in Prospect Park, going to concerts around NYC, or reading political philosophy.

  • Meredith Geaghan-Breiner

    Meredith Geaghan-Breiner

    Tutor | 178

    Meredith Geaghan-Breiner

    Meredith Geaghan-Breiner

    Tutor | 178

    Meredith is a graduate of Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH, where she studied Psychology and French. She has a lifelong passion for learning and teaching, and has tutored students in subjects ranging from algebra to writing skills to standardized test prep. Having used 7Sage to prepare for her own LSAT, she is thrilled to guide other students along their LSAT journeys. In her free time, Meredith enjoys learning languages, taking photographs, and watching movies. She hails from the San Francisco Bay Area and currently resides in New York City.

  • Thomas Chang

    Thomas Chang

    Tutor | 177

    Thomas Chang

    Thomas Chang

    Tutor | 177

    Thomas is an experienced tutor who has taught in various fields like high school debate, college-level Ancient Greek philosophy, and even trumpet playing. Tutoring, to Thomas, means finding out what works for different people—accepting different learning styles and using them to the student’s advantage. Thomas believes in the power of intuition as a key tool for scoring well on the LSAT. If you can feel the answers intuitively, you’ll be less stressed and bound to succeed on an exam as mentally taxing as the LSAT. In his free time, Thomas loves to play golf and basketball, and read philosophical texts that interrupt his dogmatic slumber and give his investigations in the field of speculative philosophy a completely different direction.  

  • Kasey Pataki

    Kasey Pataki

    Tutor | 177

    Kasey Pataki

    Kasey Pataki

    Tutor | 177

    7Sage’s programs were instrumental in Kasey’s success on the LSAT, and she is excited to share her knowledge and experience to help others succeed. She knows that a strong LSAT score can impact acceptance and scholarship offers during the law school application process, and she wants to help clients achieve their dreams. She believes that the skills necessary to succeed on the LSAT can be mastered with practice, guidance, and support. She looks forward to helping clients build confidence and develop strategies to excel on test day.

    Kasey grew up in New Jersey and is graduating from William & Mary with a BS in Psychology and a minor in English. She has extensive experience with psychology research, specializing in the reactions of the mind and body under stress. She is an incoming law student at Harvard Law School.

  • Aidan Noah Rubel

    Aidan Noah Rubel

    Tutor | 177

    Aidan Noah Rubel

    Aidan Noah Rubel

    Tutor | 177

    Aidan is currently a 4th-year student at the University of California, Los Angeles, and plans to begin law school in the fall of 2025. He has an odd fascination with the LSAT, and used that enjoyment to fuel his LSAT preparation journey. Now, that passion is being used to teach the skills he acquired during his LSAT journey [all through 7Sage ;)].

    He believes that the best way to teach the LSAT is through a combination of the fundamentals and real-world thinking. Often, the hardest problems require you to depart from a strict rule-based mindset and think about them more abstractly; these types of questions are his favorite to teach. He believes that the LSAT is an entirely learnable test, and aspires to improve the scores of everyone he teaches.

    In his free time, he loves cooking, baking, weightlifting, and watching Curb Your Enthusiasm.

  • Humza Mehdi Khan

    Humza Mehdi Khan

    Tutor | 177

    Humza Mehdi Khan

    Humza Mehdi Khan

    Tutor | 177

    Humza’s LSAT journey involved plenty of trial and error and countless hours watching 7Sage Games explanations on 2x speed (he is sad to see Games go). After his LSAT and becoming known as the “LSAT guy” around his friend group on campus, he decided to go into helping people with the test more formally as he knows how stressful it can be! As a philosophy major, he is probably more passionate about formal logic and valid arguments than any rational person should be. He loves helping people have breakthroughs on these topics, which can be very intimidating at first.

  • Jason Erick Ruggeberg

    Jason Erick Ruggeberg

    Tutor | 177

    Jason Erick Ruggeberg

    Jason Erick Ruggeberg

    Tutor | 177

    Jason has always loved logic games and brain teasers, so the LSAT was a natural fit for him. While studying, he came to realize the value of flexible thinking and metacognition in solving tough questions and developing the higher-order skills that improve test-taking. As a tutor, Jason hopes to apply a lifelong fascination with understanding what makes people tick to helping his students master the test. When he isn’t nerding out on the LSAT, he can be found weightlifting, cooking extravagant meals, and shaking fancy drinks at his local cocktail bar.

  • Bridget Huh

    Bridget Huh

    Tutor | 177

    Bridget Huh

    Bridget Huh

    Tutor | 177

    Bridget believes that anyone can achieve their goal score on the LSAT with the right approach, and is committed to helping students find the approach that works for them, individualized to their strengths and weaknesses. She is excited to work with students to help them build not only the knowledge but also the confidence to succeed on the test. Bridget is currently an MFA candidate in poetry at Cornell, and enjoys playing video games in her free time.

  • Ava Saylor

    Ava Saylor

    Tutor | 177

    Ava Saylor

    Ava Saylor

    Tutor | 177

    As someone who has worked in classrooms of all levels, Ava knows there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to learning. During her own LSAT journey, Ava found that traditional study materials alone were insufficient to drive her improvement—it was only through active engagement with others that she achieved significant progress. Now, Ava is eager to make LSAT preparation fun and interactive for others. She aims to help you discover the learning techniques that are most effective for your needs, all while celebrating every accomplishment along the way. When she’s not working on law school applications or her thesis, Ava enjoys screenwriting, going to concerts, and performing stand-up.

  • Kristina Novakovic

    Kristina Novakovic

    Tutor | 177

    Kristina Novakovic

    Kristina Novakovic

    Tutor | 177

    Kristina’s keen interest in philosophy led to her becoming fascinated by the LSAT, and she loved challenging herself to improve her score with each test that she took. After observing a rapid 15 point increase from her diagnostic score, Kristina realized the effectiveness of consistent and targeted studying. Kristina truly believes anyone can master the LSAT if they have the drive and resources, and is deeply invested in helping her students succeed. In her spare time, Kristina enjoys painting, 35 mm film photography, playing guitar, and exploring new places.

  • Greene Ko

    Greene Ko

    Tutor | 177

    Greene Ko

    Greene Ko

    Tutor | 177

    Greene understands that studying for the LSAT can be frustrating and knows firsthand what it’s like to be stuck on a plateau. Having made several breakthroughs, Greene believes that the key to improvement is finding the “right” techniques that work for you and developing the patience and confidence to adhere to those techniques. He works with his clients to help them learn their strengths and discover the tools and strategies that can maximize each client’s strengths. With English being his second language, Greene can offer detailed advice for students whose first language isn’t English and for those who need help with time management. You can find Greene catching waves in the summer and skiing in the winter. He lives with two cats, Ipsae and Jjilae.

  • Shneur Zalman Gansburg

    Shneur Zalman Gansburg

    Tutor | 177

    Shneur Zalman Gansburg

    Shneur Zalman Gansburg

    Tutor | 177

    Shneur's journey involved self-education at the age of 22 after lacking a formal English education growing up. Despite this, he graduated from Cornell University and conquered the LSAT with the help of 7Sage. The LSAT presented a unique challenge to him and he was determined to work through the many hurdles it presented. Understanding the challenges of learning a new subject from scratch, Shneur is dedicated to customizing his teaching approach to suit each student's unique needs and he finds joy in tackling problems from various angles. In his free time, he enjoys playing softball, photography, and listening to political history podcasts.  

  • Juan Ramon Riojas

    Juan Ramon Riojas

    Tutor | 177

    Juan Ramon Riojas

    Juan Ramon Riojas

    Tutor | 177

    While studying for the LSAT, Juan Ramon found that consistency, curiosity, and self-compassion were the keys to improvement—especially on the Reading Comprehension section. Through tutoring, he seeks to empower people to overcome LSAT-induced fear and boredom. Juan Ramon’s prior experience coaching debate and teaching test prep in his home state of Mississippi prepared him to coach the logic skills and test-taking approach the LSAT requires. Furthermore, these experiences fostered his belief that motivated people can achieve their goals, given the proper roadmap and toolkit. Juan Ramon enjoys watching soccer, playing chess, and eating good food.

  • Henry Lee Ewing

    Henry Lee Ewing

    Tutor | 177

    Henry Lee Ewing

    Henry Lee Ewing

    Tutor | 177

    The LSAT never came easy for Henry. However, after applying consistent studying, he improved his LSAT score by 27 points from his initial practice test. During his studying, he grew to like the unique challenges of the LSAT and grew to love beating them. Henry decided to become a tutor to help others attain their goals and reach their full potential. He believes that no matter the starting point, anyone is capable of achieving their dream score. In his spare time, you can find Henry in the pool, on the bike, or in his running shoes, training for his next triathlon.

  • Valentina Gache

    Valentina Gache

    Tutor | 177

    Valentina Gache

    Valentina Gache

    Tutor | 177

    Valentina understands that taking the LSAT is an intimidating and strenuous journey. As someone who didn’t have a natural affinity for studying, she found that consistency and patience were key. The LSAT is a difficult exam, but it is absolutely learnable. Through tutoring, Valentina seeks to empower students with the right tools and approaches to achieve their goals and find success on the exam. Having self-studied with the 7Sage platform, Valentina knows what it is to feel hopeless at score plateaus and hopes to provide support and methods for overcoming them. Finally, improving by 24 points, she also knows very well that with the right commitment, focus, and consistency, there is so much growth to be had. In her spare time, Valentina enjoys playing soccer, making music, and traveling.

  • Raahema Fatima Durrani

    Raahema Fatima Durrani

    Tutor | 177

    Raahema Fatima Durrani

    Raahema Fatima Durrani

    Tutor | 177

    Over the course of the past few years, Raahema spent a lot of time studying for the LSAT—thankfully, with the help of 7Sage, Raahema was able to increase her official score by 10 points. Raahema truly believes that consistent studying and preparation can make a huge impact, and she is excited to help test takers feel much more confident about the exam.

    Raahema graduated from the University of Virginia with degrees in Political Science and Economics. She currently works in management consulting in New York City and is an incoming law student at Harvard Law School. In her free time, Raahema enjoys trying new restaurants, doing yoga, and spending time with family and friends.

  • Haley Williams

    Haley Williams

    Tutor | 177

    Haley Williams

    Haley Williams

    Tutor | 177

    Balancing a demanding job and unwavering determination, Haley embarked on a rigorous study regimen to conquer the LSAT. During this period, she discovered her fascination with the LSAT, recognizing its pivotal role in shaping successful legal careers. With a desire to share her expertise and assist others in their LSAT endeavors, Haley combines her legal background, test-taking proficiency, and motivational prowess to inspire and guide students towards achieving their dream LSAT scores. When she’s not tutoring, Haley enjoys long-distance running, weightlifting, learning new dance moves, and experimenting with new recipes.

  • Caleb Ringger

    Caleb Ringger

    Tutor | 177

    Caleb Ringger

    Caleb Ringger

    Tutor | 177

    Caleb credits 7Sage with helping him earn a highly competitive LSAT score, and he knows firsthand how 7Sage can help anyone master this beast of a test. He saw his score increase from 164 to 177 in just six weeks of diligent study, in large part because of 7Sage’s unique curriculum and tracking software. He is dedicated to helping students excel by building a thorough understanding of fundamental concepts and diligent practice. He has several years of teaching experience, where he has learned to tutor with patience, clarity, and care. He is an unashamed nerd who will happily chat with you about just about anything, but especially sports, music, philosophy, history, and politics.

  • Elinor Haddad

    Elinor Haddad

    Tutor | 177

    Elinor Haddad

    Elinor Haddad

    Tutor | 177

    Elinor wanted to become an LSAT tutor as soon as she finished studying for her own LSAT exam. After studying her way (with the help of 7Sage’s materials) to a 20-point score increase from her diagnostic test while working full-time, she’s experienced how the LSAT can be both immensely challenging and also deeply rewarding and fun. Elinor’s a big believer in 7Sage’s student-focused, coaching-based approach and is passionate about helping others master this unique and learnable test. After earning her bachelor’s degree in Law, History, and Culture from USC in 2016 and spending seven years in the nonprofit field, Elinor is heading back to USC in fall 2023 to begin law school. She lives in Pasadena, CA, with her husband and their dog, Merry, and in her free time, she enjoys baking, hiking, and learning about dinosaurs.

  • Ian de Wet

    Ian de Wet

    Tutor | 177

    Ian de Wet

    Ian de Wet

    Tutor | 177

    Ian turned the LSAT into a fun experience using 7Sage to study, and he wants to help other people find the same experience as much as possible. Ian has experience teaching subjects from sociology to jazz guitar, now helping students improve their logical reasoning skills. His own study process focused on recognizing patterns to turn the LSAT into a predictable routine, and he believes that other students can do the same with the right practice. When he’s not tutoring, he enjoys playing guitar and visiting friends in other parts of the country.

  • Tiara Laulusa

    Tiara Laulusa

    Tutor | 177

    Tiara Laulusa

    Tiara Laulusa

    Tutor | 177

    Tiara has 3 years of teaching experience in a wide range of subjects, including English as a second language to children and The Art of Acting to undergraduate students. She uses her entire breadth of teaching experience as a knowledge base for tailoring her LSAT tutoring on an individual basis to most effectively advance any student’s skillset. Tiara graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2018 with a Master of Fine Arts in Acting, and she is currently a professional stage actor in Los Angeles. She plans on attending law school in the fall of 2023. In her free time, she enjoys playing video games (especially in the horror genre), powerlifting, dancing, and anything with cute animals involved.

  • Ankita Satpathy

    Ankita Satpathy

    Tutor | 177

    Ankita Satpathy

    Ankita Satpathy

    Tutor | 177

    Ankita is committed to helping others find the strategies that work for their individual learning styles so they can reach their full score potential. She firmly believes that the LSAT is learnable, and that patience and confidence are just as important as content mastery. Ankita is a student at Harvard Law School and a graduate of the University of Virginia and Schwarzman Scholars program at Tsinghua University. In her spare time, she enjoys live music, political dramas, and plant-based cooking.

  • Peter Im

    Peter Im

    Tutor | 177

    Peter Im

    Peter Im

    Tutor | 177

    After spending many years as a tutor and instructor, Peter is excited to be working with 7Sage students to help defeat the LSAT! Peter loves teaching the LSAT because he enjoys working with individual students and collaborating with them to make a study plan that works for them.

    Peter overcame the LSAT by reminding himself that studying for the LSAT is as much about reviewing questions as it is about answering them. He believes that the LSAT at its core is a learnable game, and the key to improving at it is to stay consistent with your studying and to enjoy playing the game. When he’s not teaching the LSAT, you can find Peter cooking, hiking, and writing fiction.

  • Fiona Doyle

    Fiona Doyle

    Tutor | 176

    Fiona Doyle

    Fiona Doyle

    Tutor | 176

    Fiona is no stranger to the intense stress, frustration, and burnout that tend to come with studying for the LSAT. However, while being a full-time undergraduate student with a part-time internship, Fiona was able to turn her LSAT experience around with the help of 7Sage. She was able to successfully create a study schedule that eschewed burnout and properly juggled the demands of school, work, and her law school dream. Fiona is currently attending Harvard Law School and is passionate about instilling confidence in students and portraying the LSAT as a tool and not a barrier to their career goals. During the rare times that she isn’t talking about the LSAT, Fiona enjoys Ultimate Frisbee and snowboarding and is currently obsessed with Suits.

  • Joshua Arp

    Joshua Arp

    Tutor | 176

    Joshua Arp

    Joshua Arp

    Tutor | 176

    Josh is a senior at UC Santa Barbara, where he studies political science and philosophy. He plans to begin law school in the next few years. The LSAT didn’t come easily to him, but through 7Sage he was able to improve his score by 18 points in six months. He believes that the LSAT is a game that can become easy and fun if you let it. He also believes in a slow and steady LSAT philosophy that prioritizes fully understanding one question at a time. Aside from the LSAT, Josh competes in college moot court and intercollegiate debate, and loves listening to podcasts and reading nonfiction.  

  • Luke Kenneth Louis

    Luke Kenneth Louis

    Tutor | 176

    Luke Kenneth Louis

    Luke Kenneth Louis

    Tutor | 176

    Luke is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill studying history, communications, and public policy. He plans on attending law school after serving in the military. After using 7Sage and 7Sage tutoring, he improved his score by 22 points. Luke learned to treat the LSAT like a game and find joy in competing against himself. He believes that the most important aspect in studying for the LSAT is finding the right way to study for you. Outside of the LSAT, Luke enjoys football, basketball, golf, reading, and chess.

  • Nick Place

    Nick Place

    Tutor | 176

    Nick Place

    Nick Place

    Tutor | 176

    With targeted studying and practice, Nick was able to increase his initial practice test score by 15 points, ultimately scoring a 176 on the LSAT. He believes that with a proper approach to studying, anyone can improve in a big way, regardless of where they start. When he's not teaching the LSAT, he is either building fun computer apps, watching sci-fi movies, practicing his Spanish, or long-distance trekking through the mountains.

  • Zoe Abigail Light

    Zoe Abigail Light

    Tutor | 176

    Zoe Abigail Light

    Zoe Abigail Light

    Tutor | 176

    Zoe is a recent graduate from Vanderbilt University and is currently working in Madrid, Spain, as an English teaching assistant. Using the 7Sage curriculum, she was able to improve her score by 18 points in three months while also working full-time. Zoe’s time preparing for the LSAT taught her that, with the right support, the LSAT truly is learnable. She wants to use her experience with the test and her love for learning to provide support and guidance for future law students as they navigate the ups and downs of the LSAT. Outside of tutoring, Zoe loves hiking, exploring Madrid, and meeting new people!

  • Jackson Eli Evans Postal

    Jackson Eli Evans Postal

    Tutor | 176

    Jackson Eli Evans Postal

    Jackson Eli Evans Postal

    Tutor | 176

    Jackson recently graduated from the University of Virginia and plans to attend law school in the near future. Using 7Sage, Jackson got a nearly 20-point increase from his diagnostic test and loves using his experience with 7Sage to teach other students. In college, Jackson loved working as a teaching assistant for an undergraduate law course that instilled his passion for teaching. In his free time, Jackson will most frequently be supporting Denver sports teams, cooking for his friends and family, and running through the streets of Washington, DC.

  • Harrison Friedman

    Harrison Friedman

    Tutor | 176

    Harrison Friedman

    Harrison Friedman

    Tutor | 176

    Harrison has always loved teaching others, and is a big believer in consistent, incremental progress. He saw it on his own LSAT, where he scored a 176, and greatly enjoyed the process behind 7Sage’s curriculum. To him, a combination of approach and attitude leads to success, and so he wanted to help others achieve their goals following those same methods. He is excited to have fun helping you grow your instincts and master the material. When he’s not helping you with the LSAT, he’s almost certainly experimenting with recipes or watching baseball.

  • Max Thompson

    Max Thompson

    Tutor | 176

    Max Thompson

    Max Thompson

    Tutor | 176

    Max graduated from the University of Notre Dame and spent a year teaching in London as the recipient of the Colet Fellowship. While in London, he also worked in international undergraduate admissions, and his pupils were admitted into undergraduate programs at schools like Harvard, Yale, and Princeton. He believes that even the most difficult subject matter can be learned through hard work and practice, and this belief led him to a job tutoring with 7Sage. The LSAT is a difficult test, but Max believes that a student-centric approach like the one used at 7Sage is the best way to approach a test that can define educational and career outcomes for years to come. When he’s not tutoring, Max can be found rowing, petting his German Shepherds, or talking about Notre Dame’s football program.

  • Jonathan Chong

    Jonathan Chong

    Tutor | 176

    Jonathan Chong

    Jonathan Chong

    Tutor | 176

    Jonathan is a computer science graduate from the University of Southern California. During his academic journey, he developed an interest in the intersection of technology and law, prompting him to embark on the path towards taking the LSAT. As he prepared for the test, Jonathan discovered a genuine enthusiasm for its challenges and was able to increase his score, improving by 23 points to achieve a 176. Motivated by his passion for the LSAT, Jonathan is dedicated to assisting others in reaching their full potential on the test. He enjoys working closely with people and getting to know them. When he isn’t working, Jonathan loves spending time outdoors in the sun, especially on the beach.

  • Ben McInnes

    Ben McInnes

    Tutor | 176

    Ben McInnes

    Ben McInnes

    Tutor | 176

    As a former English major and avid reader, Ben was surprised to find himself struggling with reading comprehension when he began studying for the LSAT. No matter how many times he read those paragraphs about bee dances and water laws, he never felt very confident choosing his answers. It was a huge relief when he discovered that the dense passages giving him so much trouble could be simplified using tried-and-true strategies, especially those he learned from the 7Sage Core Curriculum. Ben wants to help others find this same sense of clarity and calmness. With three years of experience tutoring French, English composition, and mathematics, he understands that each learner brings a unique set of skills and needs to the table. He’s excited to meet clients where they are in their LSAT journey with personalized coaching and have some fun along the way. When he’s not tutoring, Ben can be found working on his novel, perusing Pinterest boards for outfit inspiration, watching hockey, and hiking in the Canadian wilderness.

  • Ezra Jones

    Ezra Jones

    Tutor | 176

    Ezra Jones

    Ezra Jones

    Tutor | 176

    After using a variety of services, Ezra finally landed on 7Sage, using the curriculum and explanations to score a 176. Drawing from his own experiences, he knows that a one-size-fits-all method doesn't work for everyone. Instead, Ezra is committed to tailoring his teaching style to accommodate each student's unique learning needs and preferences. With an enthusiasm for making the process enjoyable and engaging, Ezra aims to create a supportive and empowering learning environment where students feel confident and motivated to excel. In his free time, Ezra enjoys reading, solving crossword puzzles, and watching sports.

  • Max Pil

    Max Pil

    Tutor | 176

    Max Pil

    Max Pil

    Tutor | 176

    When Max started studying for the LSAT, he knew it was going to be a long and challenging journey. Determined to get the best score he could, Max used 7Sage to develop a study plan that helped him see consistent, concrete improvements after every practice session. By gamifying his progress and working toward a more immediate goal, Max found that he began looking forward to studying and the sense of accomplishment it gave him. After graduating cum laude from George Washington University Law School, he has worked to help other students realize their full potential and discover the joy of continuous learning and improvement. In his free time, Max enjoys playing online games and reading about world politics.

  • Luke Wilson

    Luke Wilson

    Tutor | 176

    Luke Wilson

    Luke Wilson

    Tutor | 176

    Luke believes in a slow, patient approach to the LSAT that emphasizes understanding and reflection. After studying hard and keeping careful track of his mistakes, Luke improved his LSAT score by roughly 15 points. Because he believes that controllable factors like mindset and approach are the most important, he believes everyone can reach their goal with proper training and sufficient effort. He has helped students with math and physics for years, so he is experienced at being confused and at guiding confused students in the right direction. In his free time, he enjoys playing the piano (not well!), watching Star Wars, and rooting for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

  • Patrick McDonough

    Patrick McDonough

    Tutor | 176

    Patrick McDonough

    Patrick McDonough

    Tutor | 176

    Like many others, Patrick's journey with the LSAT began with a dislike for the test. But, through dedicated practice, he not only conquered the test but eventually found genuine enjoyment in the training process, resulting in a 17-point increase from his initial diagnostic test. His success can be attributed to his commitment to consistent studying and self-reflection, which he considers essential for achieving a strong LSAT score. As a tutor, Patrick derives immense satisfaction from witnessing those breakthrough moments in his students' learning journeys, just like the ones he experienced during his own LSAT preparation. Beyond the world of LSAT, you might catch Patrick out for a run or reading some pulpy sci-fi.

  • Mike Reyes

    Mike Reyes

    Tutor | 176

    Mike Reyes

    Mike Reyes

    Tutor | 176

    Mike enjoyed the challenge of targeting every element of the LSAT to improve as much as possible from his diagnostic score. As a tutor, Mike combines his passion for critical reading, logic, and problem solving with his enthusiasm for teaching and helping others realize their goals. Mike believes that with dedication, persistence, and the right guidance, every student can reach their LSAT goals. In his free time, Mike enjoys reading, trail running, and spending time in the kitchen with his family.

  • Josh Aldy

    Josh Aldy

    Tutor | 176

    Josh Aldy

    Josh Aldy

    Tutor | 176

    After finishing his own LSAT journey with an official score of 176, Josh attended Northwestern Pritzker School of Law where he graduated cum laude. Since before law school and ever since, he has been tutoring the LSAT and has seen his students go on to target schools all across the US, Canada, and Australia. He considers every question a student brings him a new opportunity for greater insight into the LSAT and has never stopped learning and refining as a teacher.

  • Ian Riley

    Ian Riley

    Tutor | 176

    Ian Riley

    Ian Riley

    Tutor | 176

    Ian has always had a passion for helping others learn and succeed. Before applying to law school, he taught high school Special Education English and coached baseball for four years in Baltimore, Maryland. He used 7Sage to improve on his diagnostic score by over twenty points, and firmly believes that any student can reach their goals with the right preparation. In his free time, he enjoys reading sci-fi novels and watching Virginia basketball (not usually at the same time).

  • Sydni Josowitz

    Sydni Josowitz

    Tutor | 176

    Sydni Josowitz

    Sydni Josowitz

    Tutor | 176

    When studying for the LSAT, Sydni experienced the highs, lows, frustration, and burnout that can come with studying for it. She found that having support, motivation, and an open forum to ask questions was key in conquering the test. This motivated her to become a coach to others going through the same process. She is dedicated to helping her students at every step, no matter how big or small, in an effort to achieve their goals. When she’s not tutoring, Sydni enjoys painting and reading.

  • Zaiboon Azhar

    Zaiboon Azhar

    Tutor | 176

    Zaiboon Azhar

    Zaiboon Azhar

    Tutor | 176

    When Zaiboon first began preparing for the LSAT, she knew it would be challenging—what came as a surprise was how enjoyable and rewarding the process would become. She quickly realized that improving her score required training herself to think differently, and she became deeply invested in developing a comprehensive understanding of every question she encountered. 7Sage was invaluable during this process because it didn't simply point out the correct answer—it taught her how to find it herself. As she learned to see the logic in the exam, she began to find it deeply fulfilling.

    As an LSAT tutor, Zaiboon hopes to help students develop this skill and empower them to discover the correct answers on their own. She believes with enough time, practice, and discipline, the LSAT can be learnable, conquerable, and even enjoyable. Zaiboon recently completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto and was accepted to Harvard Law School through its Junior Deferral Program. She plans to begin her JD in the fall of 2026. 

  • Charlie Blodnieks

    Charlie Blodnieks

    Tutor | 176

    Charlie Blodnieks

    Charlie Blodnieks

    Tutor | 176

    Charlie believes in accessibility as a core value, and that students approach the LSAT differently based on factors such as their educational background, abilities, goals, and non-LSAT commitments. Because of this, Charlie approaches each student as an individual with a unique learning style, and makes sure to listen carefully to student goals and concerns in order to craft the most successful LSAT study journey possible. During the day, Charlie works in communications at a public interest legal non-profit, and is especially excited to work with students who want to practice human or environmental rights law. Charlie has two cats, Gnocchi and Pesto, neither of whom enjoys listening to LSAT explanations.

  • Daniel Hwa-Sung Ryu

    Daniel Hwa-Sung Ryu

    Tutor | 175

    Daniel Hwa-Sung Ryu

    Daniel Hwa-Sung Ryu

    Tutor | 175

    Daniel is a first-generation immigrant and professional who was admitted to Yale, Harvard, Stanford, UChicago, and more. He holds a BA in Philosophy from Richmond College where he received a music scholarship and an MSt in Ancient Philosophy from Oxford. He then worked in national public service as an AmeriCorps member and cohort leader. In his spare time, he is fascinated by journalism, fiction, and nature documentaries. Daniel is finishing a novel provisionally titled Shell Game (thankfully, unrelated to the LSAT). He is also trying to pick up the violin again to awaken dormant brain parts, and at any given time, he and his family care for over a dozen cats. His mother and grandfather were teachers.

  • Taylor Grace Willis

    Taylor Grace Willis

    Tutor | 175

    Taylor Grace Willis

    Taylor Grace Willis

    Tutor | 175

    Taking the LSAT while in university can be overwhelming, but Taylor was determined to start her pre-law journey during her junior year at Washington University in St. Louis. The studying process was full of ups and downs, but Taylor managed to power through. 7Sage is what encouraged her the most. Before using 7Sage, Taylor scored a 159. However, after months of the 7Sage Core Curriculum, she jumped up to a 175. Now, Taylor wants to use her knowledge and experience with the LSAT to help other aspiring attorneys achieve their dreams. When not tutoring, Taylor enjoys going to coffee shops and trying new restaurants. While she loves traveling, she also enjoys a nice night at home.

  • Spaulding Bingaman

    Spaulding Bingaman

    Tutor | 175

    Spaulding Bingaman

    Spaulding Bingaman

    Tutor | 175

    Stumped by the LSAT? You're not alone! Spaulding was in your shoes. From deciphering its mysteries to now guiding others at 7Sage, Spaulding turned those initial hiccups into valuable lessons. Initially facing difficulties with the test himself, Spaulding believes that with consistent effort and proper guidance, the LSAT is a learnable exam. His experience has cultivated a sincere commitment to assisting students, providing them with tailored strategies and insights that cater to their unique learning paths. He emphasizes a balanced approach to preparation, understanding that mental well-being is crucial for optimal performance. Beyond his tutoring role, Spaulding has a deep passion for Star Wars, long walks, and video games.

  • Bailey Luber

    Bailey Luber

    Tutor | 175

    Bailey Luber

    Bailey Luber

    Tutor | 175

    By slowing down and learning to figure out why she kept making the same mistakes on certain question types, Bailey increased her score from a 156 to a 175. She loves helping students to get to the root of any obstacles standing between them and their best possible score by emphasizing blind review and developing collaborative learning plans. Once an avid avoider of Logic Games, she has now completed almost every game out there and looks most forward to that section. She believes the LSAT is definitely learnable and can even be addictively fun. Bailey has tutored many types of learners in a variety of subjects, from calculus to literature to Spanish, and loves the creative challenge in working with a student in new ways until they truly get a concept. She just returned from a year of teaching English in Madrid and plans to start law school in the fall of 2023. You’ll find her water coloring, cooking, hiking, laughing, and messing around with her film camera when she isn’t working with students.

  • Julia Nicole Greve

    Julia Nicole Greve

    Tutor | 175

    Julia Nicole Greve

    Julia Nicole Greve

    Tutor | 175

    Julia’s LSAT journey began with a diagnostic score of 148. Also working as a full-time teacher, Julia was aware of the uphill battle she faced to master the LSAT. She did not let these barriers hold her back. Julia used her education background to create a highly effective study plan that led to a dream score and admission to Harvard Law School. Julia uses her experiences to create study plans hyper-focused on the weaknesses of each individual student. When she isn’t tutoring, Julia can be found logged on to her Steam account.

  • Trevor Helmy

    Trevor Helmy

    Tutor | 175

    Trevor Helmy

    Trevor Helmy

    Tutor | 175

    Trevor is a recent graduate of the University of Washington, where he studied the US deportation system and the history of Russian foreign policy. He knows from experience that a combination of will and work ethic can launch LSAT students past their expectations of themselves. He is excited to help aspiring law students overcome and enjoy the LSAT’s challenges. Trevor plans to attend law school within the next few years and pursue a career in international public interest law. In his spare time, he loves cooking, snowboarding, and playing hockey.

  • Kevin Jiayi Zhang

    Kevin Jiayi Zhang

    Tutor | 175

    Kevin Jiayi Zhang

    Kevin Jiayi Zhang

    Tutor | 175

    The first in his family to contemplate law school, Kevin began his LSAT studies with no knowledge or guidance regarding this process. Through determination and 7Sage, Kevin was able to achieve his goal score and firmly believes that anyone can crack the LSAT's "language." Beyond the foundations of the LSAT, Kevin also recognizes the test as a psychological task that requires targeted techniques and practices. Through tutoring, Kevin hopes to work with students to attain their dreams by tackling the LSAT systematically and holistically.

  • Evan Thomas Gustafson

    Evan Thomas Gustafson

    Tutor | 175

    Evan Thomas Gustafson

    Evan Thomas Gustafson

    Tutor | 175

    While balancing a full-time corporate job, Evan studied with 7Sage to score 175 on his official LSAT. He overcame a months-long score plateau and a disappointing first official test, and he knows you can too! Evan figured out how to fall in love with the LSAT and make every second of studying count. He finds that a little goes a long way when studying if you give the test your full attention. Evan has years of experience teaching/mentoring and knows the importance of meeting each student where they are. When he’s not working on the LSAT, Evan enjoys cross-country skiing, traveling to national parks, and hanging out with his kittens.

  • Caitlin Rose Edwards

    Caitlin Rose Edwards

    Tutor | 175

    Caitlin Rose Edwards

    Caitlin Rose Edwards

    Tutor | 175

    Tackling the LSAT can be daunting. With the help of 7Sage, Caitlin was able to self-study while working full-time to achieve her goal score. She knows from her own journey that progress isn’t always linear, but with determination, the right tools, and a great support system, the LSAT is learnable and beatable. She looks forward to helping students decode the test, identify challenges and highlight strengths, and craft study plans tailored to individual needs. Caitlin realizes that studying for the LSAT is only one piece of every student’s life, and hopes to help them reach their goals without sacrificing balance and wellbeing.

    Caitlin is a graduate of Boston University. In her free time, she enjoys trying new recipes, training for her next half marathon, and checking out the best bakeries in Boston.

  • Rachel Ijams

    Rachel Ijams

    Tutor | 175

    Rachel Ijams

    Rachel Ijams

    Tutor | 175

    With extensive tutoring experience across many subjects, Rachel is passionate about making standardized testing as approachable and accessible as possible. After struggling with the LSAT for far too long, Rachel found the 7Sage curriculum to be the perfect tool to guide her preparation. She firmly believes that the LSAT is learnable with the right structure and support. She is excited to work with students to untangle the language of the test, build practical habits, and boost confidence! In her free time, she enjoys exploring the many neighborhoods of New York City (and escaping the city for hiking and nature)!

  • Erika Chan

    Erika Chan

    Tutor | 175

    Erika Chan

    Erika Chan

    Tutor | 175

    Erika holds a BA in Mathematical Economics from Barnard College and a Master of International Affairs in Economic Development from Columbia University. During her time there, she was a teaching assistant and headed the Reproductive Justice Collective and a student Asian affinity group. Her professional experience includes work with the United Nations system, on Capitol Hill, and with local government.

    7Sage helped Erika clarify tricky concepts and build strategies to excel at the LSAT, and she's excited to work with students to help them develop their skills and confidence.

  • Aiman Shahab

    Aiman Shahab

    Tutor | 175

    Aiman Shahab

    Aiman Shahab

    Tutor | 175

    With an initial diagnostic of a 138 and two years of studying, Aiman jumped 37 points to a 175 on her first take of the LSAT! She’s passionate about bringing out the best in her students by highlighting patterns of thinking, creating personalized solutions and study plans, and encouraging healthy lifestyle practices while prepping for the exam. In her free time, you can catch her taking long urban walks, making her way through every farmers' market in the city, and reviewing tasty restaurants on Yelp. She’ll be moving to the Netherlands in the fall for a master's program and hopes to begin law school in fall 2023.

  • Naomi Maehr

    Naomi Maehr

    Tutor | 175

    Naomi Maehr

    Naomi Maehr

    Tutor | 175

    After feeling stuck on the LSAT for several months, Naomi decided to sign up for tutoring with 7Sage. She credits this as a huge reason she was able to achieve her goal score, which was an almost 20-point increase from her diagnostic. In addition to having lots of experience navigating roadblocks and burnout associated with the LSAT, Naomi also has experience juggling test prep while working a full-time job. She’s excited to use the lessons learned throughout this journey to help others realize their full potential. In her free time, Naomi enjoys sewing, crocheting, reading, and watching college football.

  • Elijah Schimelpfenig

    Elijah Schimelpfenig

    Tutor | 175

    Elijah Schimelpfenig

    Elijah Schimelpfenig

    Tutor | 175

    I'm Elijah Schimelpfenig, a passionate educator and soon-to-be Yale Law student. I graduated from Harvard University with a major in African American Studies and focused my scholarship on the progressive applications of legal tools, culminating in a prize-winning thesis. With experience tutoring international students and teaching in both Beijing and Seoul, I've honed my skills in fostering diverse learning environments.

    Beyond academia, I find joy in reading, meditation, and hitting the courts for basketball and tennis. My background as a former management consultant adds a practical edge to my teaching approach, emphasizing real-world application and critical thinking. I remember studying for the LSAT while working a full-time job and couldn’t imagine going through that process without the help of 7Sage’s amazing curriculum. I am so excited to share my enthusiasm for 7Sage’s methods and help you crack the LSAT!

  • Isha Rudramurthy

    Isha Rudramurthy

    Tutor | 175

    Isha Rudramurthy

    Isha Rudramurthy

    Tutor | 175

    Isha is an artist, musician, and puzzle aficionado who intends to go to law school within the next few years with a focus on business regulation and labor. She loves logic and hopes to pass on her enthusiasm to future LSAT takers. Everyone has the ability to beat the LSAT, and Isha looks forward to helping others use their unique skills and perspectives to do it in the way they best know how!

  • Conor Ahern

    Conor Ahern

    Tutor | 175

    Conor Ahern

    Conor Ahern

    Tutor | 175

    Conor is a graduate of the University of Virginia and Harvard Law School. He scored a 175 on his LSAT and has helped countless students improve their LSAT scores over the six years he has been tutoring this test. Conor’s approach emphasizes fundamentals, deep dives into conditionality, emphasis on keywords, methods of simplifying the test, and strategies for each question type and section. He has a record of success working with students who have learning disabilities. He is also an admissions consultant with 7Sage, and he works full-time as a civil rights attorney in the Washington, DC area.

  • Charlie Shorey

    Charlie Shorey

    Tutor | 175

    Charlie Shorey

    Charlie Shorey

    Tutor | 175

    Charlie decided to become a tutor after experiencing dramatic improvement in his own LSAT scores. He believes the LSAT is a learnable test, and that significant improvement is possible with good habits and a strong work ethic. He says that the majority of test-takers never reach their true “ceiling,” and is passionate about helping students reach their potential. Charlie lives in Madrid, Spain, and loves to play basketball and explore new places in his free time.

  • Josh Kim

    Josh Kim

    Tutor | 175

    Josh Kim

    Josh Kim

    Tutor | 175

    Having started his LSAT journey with 7Sage, Josh decided to return as a tutor to help other students achieve their LSAT goals. Before deciding to switch careers and applying to law schools, Josh worked in the government, military, and tech, balancing the demanding workload of a full-time job and studying for the LSAT. Coming from a competitive sports background, Josh truly believes in the value of effective, efficient practice through which anyone and everyone can reach their LSAT targets. Outside of work, Josh enjoys staying active with CrossFit and bouldering, reading books on current affairs, and (attempting to) solve NYT crossword puzzles. Josh graduated from Bowdoin College and earned his MA from Yonsei University.

  • Lydia McVeigh

    Lydia McVeigh

    Tutor | 175

    Lydia McVeigh

    Lydia McVeigh

    Tutor | 175

    Since taking her LSAT, Lydia’s pre-law friends have affectionately referred to Lydia as their “LSAT mom” because she’s always willing to chat with them about their study strategy! As a current law school applicant, Lydia is especially cognizant of the many demands on test-takers’ time and the importance of setting schedules and expectations that work for each individual’s life circumstances. Lydia currently lives in New York City and works as the director of her alma mater’s alumni group, planning events of all sizes. In her spare time, she loves running, online shopping, watching football, and volunteering as an income tax preparer.

  • Gabriel Aguilar

    Gabriel Aguilar

    Tutor | 175

    Gabriel Aguilar

    Gabriel Aguilar

    Tutor | 175

    Gabriel’s LSAT journey started with a lot of frustration. He felt like he was seeing no improvement in Logic Games and it got to the point where he would actively avoid including LG in his study plan. Once he started with 7Sage, however, everything changed. The foolproof method helped him improve, and now, Logic Games is his favorite section. Gabriel strongly believes the LSAT is a test that anyone can master if they’re willing to put in the time and effort to succeed. As someone who has used 7Sage’s tutoring services, he knows firsthand the difference it can make. Gabriel enjoys golfing on the weekends and exploring different parts of Los Angeles.

  • Joshua Rotenberg

    Joshua Rotenberg

    Tutor | 175

    Joshua Rotenberg

    Joshua Rotenberg

    Tutor | 175

    Josh has worked with the LSAT for two years and considers it a challenging yet fun test. After his own ups and downs with the test, he believes that anyone with enough dedication and time can achieve their goal score. He studies business, politics, and law and understands that the skills the LSAT develops help in areas far beyond the test. He has been devoted to helping others with the LSAT for some time after his exam and is excited to work with 7Sage. In his spare time, Josh enjoys running and going to stand-up shows around Boston!

  • Jacob William Gochis

    Jacob William Gochis

    Tutor | 175

    Jacob William Gochis

    Jacob William Gochis

    Tutor | 175

    The LSAT did not come naturally to Jacob at all. But as an experienced math teacher and tutor, he knew that the LSAT, like any other test, is learnable. Using the 7Sage curriculum, he overcame difficulties with formal logic and learned strategies that would help him do well even when facing test anxiety. He is excited to build relationships with students that enable them to excel on the LSAT and get one step closer to the law school of their dreams. When he is not working, Jacob enjoys coffee shop hunting around Chicago, training for races, and whittling away at his large pile of unread books.

  • Jacob Schulz

    Jacob Schulz

    Tutor | 175

    Jacob Schulz

    Jacob Schulz

    Tutor | 175

    Jacob’s LSAT experience taught him formal logic and lots of lessons about how to handle frustration and high-stress moments. He studied for the LSAT while working full-time and had to recalibrate his approach after a disappointing first test sitting. He’s passionate about getting to know others on the law school journey and about helping others find the right mental posture to bring to the test. He’s a devoted [solidcore] participant, cook, and Premier League soccer watcher. He’s always trying to find more dogs to hang out with and walk around with in Washington, DC.

  • Edward Cai

    Edward Cai

    Tutor | 175

    Edward Cai

    Edward Cai

    Tutor | 175

    Edward has always been passionate about education and innovative teaching methods. With a background as a software engineer in the EdTech industry, he sought a more direct connection with learners, bringing his expertise in creating engaging and optimized learning experiences to LSAT tutoring. After discovering 7Sage, Edward realized the ways that the LSAT could be broken down into fundamental concepts that anybody could learn and grasp, and was instantly excited at the idea of helping others succeed at the exam. Edward is dedicated to creating a positive learning environment tailored to each student's unique learning style and background. He believes that with the right approach, anyone can not only master the LSAT but also enjoy the process. In his free time, Edward enjoys snowboarding, crocheting, and playing the banjo.

  • Elizabeth Pritchard

    Elizabeth Pritchard

    Tutor | 175

    Elizabeth Pritchard

    Elizabeth Pritchard

    Tutor | 175

    Liza, a recent graduate from the University of Michigan with a background in computer science, brings a unique perspective to LSAT tutoring. As a former computer science instructor, she has experience teaching complex concepts like conditional logic to students as young as 8 years old. This experience gives her confidence that anyone can learn these skills and master the LSAT. Liza understands the challenges of balancing full-time work with test preparation and is excited to help students master all aspects of the test, from content to study schedules.

    Liza currently lives in San Francisco where she works as a software engineer. In her free time, she enjoys running, hiking, and crocheting. Liza is also a member of a competitive figure skating team!

  • Chad Borgman

    Chad Borgman

    Tutor | 175

    Chad Borgman

    Chad Borgman

    Tutor | 175

    After balancing studying with working as a Big Law paralegal for a full year, Chad knows all too well the holistic demands of the LSAT. But as a current student at his dream law school, he knows too that practice and persistence truly pay off. He couldn’t be more excited to help coach others through their LSAT journey so they too can reap the rewards of all their hard work. When he isn’t hitting his Civil Procedure casebook, you can find Chad reading and writing poetry, running around New Haven, or watching Big Brother.

  • James Steven Dlugos III

    James Steven Dlugos III

    Tutor | 174

    James Steven Dlugos III

    James Steven Dlugos III

    Tutor | 174

    Jim’s LSAT journey began while working full-time and spanned more than two years before he found 7Sage and achieved his goal score. As a current law student at his dream school, he knows the payoff that can come from a disciplined, pragmatic approach to the LSAT and is incredibly excited to coach others to help them achieve their LSAT and law school goals. Jim believes the LSAT can be learned by anybody who is willing to put in the time and that the right test-taking approach is equally important as content knowledge. He aims to help students develop both with a personable, down-to-earth tutoring approach. In his free time, Jim enjoys watching college football, exploring the history and cuisine of his adopted hometown of Philadelphia, and spending time outdoors golfing or skiing.  

  • Laura Bach

    Laura Bach

    Tutor | 174

    Laura Bach

    Laura Bach

    Tutor | 174

    As someone who experienced firsthand the challenges of studying for the LSAT alone, Laura knows that tutoring is about more than just teaching strategies—it's about ensuring students reach their goals with support, empathy, and expertise. Having graduated with honors from Harvard Law School, Laura brings a deep knowledge of legal concepts and dedication to academic excellence to each session. But it's her diverse background, including teaching as a Peace Corps Volunteer and serving as president and captain of the mock trial teams at both Harvard and Cornell, that truly sets her apart. Laura's unique background infuses her tutoring with a unique perspective. Her ability to inspire and empower students goes beyond imparting knowledge; it stems from a genuine desire to see her students succeed. Outside of teaching, Laura enjoys Bikram yoga, playing piano, and drinking too much coffee.

  • Piper Doering

    Piper Doering

    Tutor | 174

    Piper Doering

    Piper Doering

    Tutor | 174

    Piper believes that everyone has the potential to do well on the LSAT, given the right approach. After using 7Sage to self-study for the LSAT, she found she wanted to share the tips and tricks she learned with others. She is passionate about making the test-taking experience as equitable and accessible for individuals as possible and brings extensive experience working with individuals with a variety of different abilities. On the side, Piper is a research speech language pathologist focused on the neurobiology of how infants learn language. When not working, she can be found biking, cuddling with her two cats, or playing pickleball.

  • Rachel Greenbaum

    Rachel Greenbaum

    Tutor | 174

    Rachel Greenbaum

    Rachel Greenbaum

    Tutor | 174

    With a background in teaching abroad and tutoring a variety of subjects, Rachel enjoys helping students reach their academic goals. By locating areas they are struggling with and focusing on the students’ strengths, Rachel believes every student is capable of accomplishing their goals. She follows the approach of catering to the unique needs of each student to ensure they receive the personalized instruction they deserve. Rachel graduated from UC Davis with a triple major in Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and History. In her free time, Rachel enjoys taking her dog on walks, painting, and listening to true crime.

  • Liora Meyer

    Liora Meyer

    Tutor | 174

    Liora Meyer

    Liora Meyer

    Tutor | 174

    Liora is a recent graduate from Barnard College of Columbia University and is currently working in Washington, DC, as a paralegal. Liora achieved a nearly 20-point increase from her diagnostic test and credits 7Sage's video explanations (with 2x speed!) for helping her get there while working full-time. Liora's time spent studying for the LSAT taught her that, with the right resources and persistance, anyone can achieve their desired score. When she's not tutoring, Liora can be found in the gym, with her friends, or doing any number of art projects.

  • Chloë Shames

    Chloë Shames

    Tutor | 174

    Chloë Shames

    Chloë Shames

    Tutor | 174

    Chloë, originally from Oklahoma, graduated from Yale College with a BA in Ethnicity, Race, and Migration, and now resides in San Francisco. She was drawn to law as a means to uplift marginalized communities, having previously worked as a legal assistant in class-action litigation. As a former debate coach and college counselor, she is passionate about education and firmly believes that the LSAT is a learnable exam. 7Sage was the primary study resource she used to achieve her LSAT score in only a few months of studying, and she is excited to help others on their law school journey. In her free time, Chloë enjoys long-distance running, songwriting, online chess, and keeping up with the NBA.

  • Shawn Ali

    Shawn Ali

    Tutor | 174

    Shawn Ali

    Shawn Ali

    Tutor | 174

    At the beginning of his LSAT journey, Shawn felt overwhelmed by the test. Shawn feels that it was through his usage of 7Sage that he was able to achieve his dream score, and is now tutoring to try and help other students achieve their goals. Through his studying, he has tackled every single published LSAT question, many of them more than once, and understands how to get the best out of his students. He also currently serves through AmeriCorps, specifically with an organization that helps bring educational opportunities to underserved students around Atlanta. When he isn’t teaching the LSAT, Shawn enjoys reading literature (Russian literature is his favorite) and practicing guitar.

  • Maurice Frediere

    Maurice Frediere

    Tutor | 174

    Maurice Frediere

    Maurice Frediere

    Tutor | 174

    After studying for the LSAT for the better part of a year while working full-time as a teacher for students with special needs, Maurice understands how difficult it can be to balance studying the LSAT with other responsibilities. He fell in love with the process of solving Logic Games and deconstructing the prompts of Logical Reasoning questions, which was key to helping him through the late nights of studying after long days of work. In his free time, he loves playing and watching soccer, running and weightlifting, and learning new French and Japanese recipes.

  • Dominic Braithwaite

    Dominic Braithwaite

    Tutor | 174

    Dominic Braithwaite

    Dominic Braithwaite

    Tutor | 174

    Dominic began his LSAT journey with no idea what to expect from the test, but through hard work and his use of 7Sage, he was able to achieve his goal score. He firmly believes the LSAT is learnable and that anyone who is persistent can succeed on the exam. Dominic chose to become a tutor to help others reach their full potential on the LSAT. He is committed to helping his students feel as confident and prepared as possible. In his free time, Dominic plays rugby and is a huge fan of Liverpool FC and the Philadelphia Eagles.

  • Lucille Beatrice Collins

    Lucille Beatrice Collins

    Tutor | 174

    Lucille Beatrice Collins

    Lucille Beatrice Collins

    Tutor | 174

    Lucy is a recent graduate of Columbia University, and she is excited to attend Harvard Law School. Lucy is a transplant to the East Coast as she is from California’s Central Valley, earning her the nickname “Farm Girl” among her friends. Logic Games are her specialty, and she even considers them fun! Lucy firmly believes that hard work and good coaching will allow any student to excel at the LSAT, and she encourages people not to lose hope throughout the law school application process. In her free time, Lucy enjoys watching Jeopardy!, completing the NYT Mini Crossword, and feeding her chickens. 

  • Saavni Desai

    Saavni Desai

    Tutor | 174

    Saavni Desai

    Saavni Desai

    Tutor | 174

    After struggling for months on the LSAT, Saavni finally found 7Sage and cracked the test. She knows just how taxing and sometimes frustrating the LSAT can be, and is determined to help other students achieve their true potential. Saavni believes that with commitment, repetition, and a few tips and tricks from the tutors, anyone can achieve their desired score. She is committed to showing students how healthy study habits and a good work-life balance are the real secrets to cracking the LSAT! When Saavni isn’t tutoring students, she is traveling, trying new recipes, skiing, hiking, or hanging out with her amazing friends and family!

  • Ryan Lattavo

    Ryan Lattavo

    Tutor | 174

    Ryan Lattavo

    Ryan Lattavo

    Tutor | 174

    Throughout his LSAT journey, Ryan learned that progress comes through persistence and a growth-oriented, determined mindset. Improving his initial score by 17 points, Ryan knows firsthand that anyone can achieve their dream score. Ryan makes complicated sentences simple, and is an expert at identifying and exploiting patterns in LSAT questions. When he isn't helping others conquer the LSAT, Ryan is growing his vinyl record collection, hanging out with friends, reading philosophy, pushing his spicy food limits, and cheering on the Buckeyes at an Ohio State football game in Columbus, Ohio.

  • Raelyn Liu

    Raelyn Liu

    Tutor | 174

    Raelyn Liu

    Raelyn Liu

    Tutor | 174

    Having achieved a significant score improvement using 7Sage's resources, Raelyn understands the value of a structured study plan and comprehensive curriculum. Her favorite section, Logic Games, became a zen activity that contributed to her growth. Raelyn is passionate about helping students demystify the LSAT and develop effective strategies to reach their goals.

    What sets Raelyn apart is her ability to substitute herself into the student’s perspective, understanding their logic and spotting the fallacies. Having taken the LSAT three times, each time improving and breaking plateaus, she knows firsthand the challenges and triumphs of the journey. She keeps a detailed growth journal, documenting not only wrong answers but also the mentality and situations during test-taking. Raelyn is dedicated to supporting the wellness of students and helping them combat test-day anxiety.

    Raelyn's interests include philosophy and political theories, films, and working with startups. She can tutor in both Mandarin and English.   

  • Nicholas Leon

    Nicholas Leon

    Tutor | 174

    Nicholas Leon

    Nicholas Leon

    Tutor | 174

    When Nicholas began his LSAT study journey, he set a high goal for himself. Thanks in large part to the proven curriculum of 7Sage and the coaching of a 7Sage tutor, he was able to surpass his own goals. Now he seeks to help coach students to similar success. Nicholas is also an avid reader and loves to play tabletop roleplaying games.  

  • Alexandra Pigeon

    Alexandra Pigeon

    Tutor | 174

    Alexandra Pigeon

    Alexandra Pigeon

    Tutor | 174

    Alex is a recent graduate from UC Santa Barbara, where she studied linguistics and religious studies. She is planning on attending law school within the next few years to pursue a career as a criminal defense attorney. Alex believes that everyone approaches the LSAT from their own unique perspective, and that every student does best with an individualized approach. She hopes to be able to provide the help and encouragement needed for every student’s path to LSAT success. In her free time, she enjoys painting, writing short stories, and roller skating.

  • Alexander Jacobs

    Alexander Jacobs

    Tutor | 174

    Alexander Jacobs

    Alexander Jacobs

    Tutor | 174

    Alex used 7Sage during his own test prep, and fell in love with both 7Sage and the LSAT along the way. He has a decade of tutoring and teaching experience, and has taught a wide variety of standardized tests and academic subjects. In addition to teaching, he has worked as a writer and clinical social worker. He has a Bachelors in Theatre from Northwestern University and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Southern California. Some of his favorite things include: tennis, karaoke, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

  • Ara Lauren Johnson

    Ara Lauren Johnson

    Tutor | 174

    Ara Lauren Johnson

    Ara Lauren Johnson

    Tutor | 174

    After balancing a full-time job with studying for the LSAT and applying to law schools, Ara understands just how overwhelming this process can be. She found 7Sage to be an invaluable tool to navigate and overcome these obstacles—in fact, it was the only one she used in her journey to a 99th percentile score. With thousands of LSAT study hours under her belt and years of experience in tutoring, Ara knows that the LSAT, like any language, is learnable through practice, and she is excited to help others attain their goal score. When not coaching the LSAT, Ara can be found reading Virginia Woolf, riding her motorcycle, and jamming out to classic rock music.

  • Kavita Oza

    Kavita Oza

    Tutor | 174

    Kavita Oza

    Kavita Oza

    Tutor | 174

    Kavita spent almost two years studying for the LSAT while balancing a full-time PR job; she deeply understands how difficult and stressful the test can be. However, with the proper training and the right teacher, she also believes the LSAT is very learnable and conquerable test, to the point that it can benefit the overall abilities of test takers. Helping others find that balance and get the score they’re truly capable of is what led her to become a tutor. As a tutor, she will work towards finding the right teaching strategy for you, help figure out what intricacies of the test you’re missing, and build an overall strategy with you to beat that clock. In her spare time, Kavita likes reading, cooking, being a great dog aunt, and lifting.

  • Mridula Debnath

    Mridula Debnath

    Tutor | 174

    Mridula Debnath

    Mridula Debnath

    Tutor | 174

    Mridula is a recent graduate with an undergraduate degree in International Relations. She self-studied to increase her LSAT score over 10 points while working full-time, so she knows the struggles of the LSAT firsthand! Mridula also has a background in teaching, having mentored undergraduate students in writing composition and analysis for over two years. Given the doors this test can open, Mridula is passionate about making the LSAT more accessible for all. She hopes to use her experience to help others navigate their own LSAT journeys and reach their fullest potentials. Outside of work, Mridula can be found reading, cuddling her disgruntled cat, and playing Magic: The Gathering. 

  • Keely Wilson

    Keely Wilson

    Tutor | 174

    Keely Wilson

    Keely Wilson

    Tutor | 174

    When Keely took her first practice LSAT, she was incredibly disappointed. But, after intense studying, she was able to improve from her initial diagnostic LSAT score by 20 points. Keely, a lifelong debater—most recently with Vanderbilt University—found that the LSAT is a challenging (but learnable!) test that often relies on the same logical tricks she encountered in debate. She believes that, with patience and practice, anyone can learn the “LSAT mindset” to achieve their goals. When not tutoring or debating, Keely loves to explore caves, read, binge-watch television, and cuddle with her miniature dachshund, Ali.

  • Kaya West

    Kaya West

    Tutor | 174

    Kaya West

    Kaya West

    Tutor | 174

    Kaya believes that every student has the potential to excel on the LSAT. Utilizing the comprehensive resources at 7Sage, she attained her goal score of 174 while maintaining a full-time course load at the University of Chicago. Her law school journey is motivated by a commitment to public service, and she brings a similar mindset to tutoring. She recognizes that balancing test preparation with work and school can be demanding and hopes to help others through this process. Kaya prioritizes understanding the unique needs of each student and is skilled at crafting personalized and effective study plans. In her free time, she enjoys reading, knitting, and cooking.

  • Eric Revis

    Eric Revis

    Tutor | 174

    Eric Revis

    Eric Revis

    Tutor | 174

    Listen. The LSAT is a learnable test. It's a good test, but you have to be ready to put in the effort.

    Eric has been teaching for 7 years, tutoring the LSAT for 1 year, and now he’s ready to help you. No matter how stupid or awful you think this test is, together you can overcome it. By the time you’re done, not only are you going to think this test is doable, you're going to be able to destroy it.

    Why pay a bunch for law school when a couple points extra on the LSAT can mean thousands of $$$ in scholarship money? Let's do this.

  • Nathan Nguyen

    Nathan Nguyen

    Tutor | 174

    Nathan Nguyen

    Nathan Nguyen

    Tutor | 174

    Nathan has always had a passion for helping and teaching others. Since high school, he has sought out opportunities to do so. Currently he works at a Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic, where he helps teach those participating in the clinic for their senior projects. In his own LSAT journey, Nate went through a number of resources before finding 7Sage and finally hitting his stride. Nate believes that, like many other tests, the LSAT is very learnable and sometimes all that’s needed is the correct approach. In his free time, he enjoys playing chess, surfing, and repairing guitars.
  • Jay Sheth

    Jay Sheth

    Tutor | 174

    Jay Sheth

    Jay Sheth

    Tutor | 174

    Jay is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he studied computer science and political science. After experimenting with many studying strategies, Jay realized that the LSAT can be learned with the right mindset and believes that any student can develop the right fundamentals with diligence and consistent practice. He is excited to work with students to help them realize their LSAT potential by breaking down seemingly complex questions to their core concepts. In his free time, he enjoys playing soccer with his friends and hiking in the mountains.

  • Ava Johnson

    Ava Johnson

    Tutor | 173

    Ava Johnson

    Ava Johnson

    Tutor | 173

    Crediting much of her own LSAT success to 7Sage, Ava is eager to tutor current students. She firmly believes that the LSAT is a learnable exam, and she is excited to aid students in unlocking and demystifying the LSAT. Ava is currently based in the United Kingdom completing her Master’s in Iranian Studies and Persian at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Passionate about international human rights law in the Middle East, she will soon return to the United States for law school. She enjoys oil painting, listening to true crime podcasts, and wandering around museums.

  • Jeff Wang

    Jeff Wang

    Tutor | 173

    Jeff Wang

    Jeff Wang

    Tutor | 173

    With an initial diagnostic of 150, Jeff intensively studied for the LSAT with 7Sage to get his 173 in four months and has been tutoring the LSAT since. Jeff believes that the LSAT is challenging yet very learnable and that every student, along with the proper guidance and commitment to learning, can achieve their desired score. He strongly believes that 7Sage is the best single comprehensive resource for tackling the test, and hopes to offer the guidance needed to help students reach their goals. Jeff has a history of teaching, having been a teaching assistant for economics and MBA students while in university. He is currently on deferral in Taiwan and plans to attend UC Berkeley Law in the fall of 2024. Outside of the world of logic, Jeff enjoys performing magic, staying active with basketball and MMA, and “investing” in Pokémon cards.

  • Mina Ezikpe

    Mina Ezikpe

    Tutor | 173

    Mina Ezikpe

    Mina Ezikpe

    Tutor | 173

    Mina takes a holistic approach to helping students prepare for the LSAT. In addition to going over the foundations and strategies of the exam, she helps students set goals for themselves that center their core values while also maintaining their mental and emotional well-being. Mina understands that studying for the LSAT is the first step in a very long process of learning to “think like a lawyer.” During her time studying for the LSAT after graduating from college, she found yoga and mindfulness and has learned to integrate these practices in everything she does, including her legal career.

  • David James Nash

    David James Nash

    Tutor | 173

    David James Nash

    David James Nash

    Tutor | 173

    An effective, enthusiastic, and sympathetic teacher, David couldn't be more excited to give you the tools and support you need to master the LSAT. David believes that with the right guidance and encouragement, any student can excel! He understands that the LSAT can be overwhelming, and hopes to increase your confidence and help you believe in yourself by teaching you to break down intimidating prompts and concepts into simple, comprehensible pieces. In his free time, you can usually find David at the local movie theater or playing his guitar.

  • Taylor Emily Desgrosseilliers

    Taylor Emily Desgrosseilliers

    Tutor | 173

    Taylor Emily Desgrosseilliers

    Taylor Emily Desgrosseilliers

    Tutor | 173

    Taylor is a new environmental lawyer who is committed to using her law degree to make the world a better place. She studied for and took the LSAT while working full-time for an environmental nonprofit, an experience that showed her that any aspiring lawyer can prevail on the LSAT, no matter what other commitments they have, as long as they develop the right study strategy. She believes that mentality is incredibly important to success and tried to approach studying as a game, or at least to remind herself that it was a necessary first step to achieving her law school dream. She recently graduated from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, knitting, and walking her dog Rosalind.

  • Nicole Lee Agranonik

    Nicole Lee Agranonik

    Tutor | 173

    Nicole Lee Agranonik

    Nicole Lee Agranonik

    Tutor | 173

    Nicole Agranonik is a neuroscience researcher turned future litigator. She holds a BS in Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology from UCLA with a focus on computation/data science. In her undergrad, she researched innovative fertility treatments in the Amander Clark laboratory of UCLA’s Broad Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center. She also interned with Neurona Therapeutics, developing stem cell therapies for temporal lobe epilepsy. Currently, she manages the John Huguenard laboratory in Stanford’s Department of Neurology, researching co-morbidities between autism spectrum disorder and adolescent seizures in rodents. She is preparing to begin law school in 2025, with emphasis on the intersection of law and biomedicine in topics like intellectual property and health policy.

  • Robert Raines

    Robert Raines

    Tutor | 173

    Robert Raines

    Robert Raines

    Tutor | 173

    Rob has a background as a division 1 tennis coach, and thoroughly enjoys helping people push themselves past their own perceived limitations. He approached his own LSAT preparation like he was coaching an athlete, and managed to improve his score by nearly 20 points from his diagnostic in just three months. He thinks that the best coach is one who can be flexible, and is able to adjust his style to what the student needs. As a tutor, he looks forward to being your biggest supporter and motivator, while helping you have a better understanding of the LSAT, ultimately helping you achieve your LSAT goals.

  • Chris Nguyen

    Chris Nguyen

    Tutor | 173

    Chris Nguyen

    Chris Nguyen

    Tutor | 173

    Chris began his LSAT journey back in 2017 while working a full-time job. His score improvement did not come easily, and his study journey helps him to understand the difficulties his students face. Chris specializes in simplifying complex LSAT language, and he's passionate about helping his students achieve consistent, great results. When Chris isn’t teaching the LSAT, he enjoys playing volleyball and rock climbing. 

  • KT Muraco

    KT Muraco

    Tutor | 173

    KT Muraco

    KT Muraco

    Tutor | 173

    KT attributes his success with the LSAT to 7Sage, relying on it throughout the entirety of his preparation. He believes the LSAT is an extremely learnable test and, with the right guidance and approach, can even be enjoyable. According to KT, the key to LSAT success lies in transforming it into a puzzle you look forward to solving. He also recognizes the mental and physical toll the LSAT can take and tailors his approach to mitigate stress and prevent burnout. KT emphasizes a holistic approach to LSAT preparation to ensure consistency in practice, achieve the best results, and maintain mental well-being. In his free time, KT enjoys photography, playing board games with his family, and weightlifting.

  • Rohan Menon

    Rohan Menon

    Tutor | 173

    Rohan Menon

    Rohan Menon

    Tutor | 173

    Rohan is a skilled tutor who enjoys helping students make big improvements on the LSAT. He believes that the LSAT (even in its new form) is extremely learnable and that anyone is capable of mastering it. As someone who studied for the LSAT while still in school, Rohan knows how demanding the process can sometimes feel. When he works with students, he strives to create a comforting, encouraging, and stress-free environment that assists students in avoiding burnout as they make huge strides on the test. Rohan is now a student at the University of Virginia Law School. In his free time, when he’s not tutoring or studying, Rohan enjoys hiking, playing and watching basketball, and trying out new recipes.

  • Rahela Sami

    Rahela Sami

    Tutor | 173

    Rahela Sami

    Rahela Sami

    Tutor | 173

    Rahela is a highly skilled LSAT tutor with extensive experience in helping students navigate the intricacies of the exam. She graduated Northwestern Law School in 2023, and has an LSAT score of 173. Rahela has tutored the LSAT for many years, and her experience and mastery of the test's complexities are reflected in her ability to break down difficult concepts easily and help students learn strategies that are personalized to them, setting them on a successful path.

    Rahela understands that each student has unique learning needs, and she adapts her teaching methods accordingly. She creates a supportive and motivating environment, instilling confidence and fostering a growth mindset. Her students benefit from her extensive knowledge, patience, and teaching abilities. 

  • Mahak Kumari

    Mahak Kumari

    Tutor | 173

    Mahak Kumari

    Mahak Kumari

    Tutor | 173

    Mahak studied for the LSAT while working full-time and improved her score by almost 20 points; in the process, she picked up several tips and tricks that helped her learn not only the material on the LSAT but, more importantly, how the test is designed and how the test writers think. She truly believes that the LSAT is a learnable exam, and, with the right techniques and motivation, anyone can be a top scorer. Mahak tried out multiple study techniques and resources as she self-studied for the exam, so she hopes to help future students avoid this trial-and-error process and hone in on the most beneficial study techniques from day 1. She believes in demystifying the LSAT so that the exam and a legal education can be more accessible for all students. When she’s not tutoring, she can be found reading and spending time with her dog, Prince. This fall, she will also be starting law school in New York City!

  • Thomas Langmuir

    Thomas Langmuir

    Tutor | 173

    Thomas Langmuir

    Thomas Langmuir

    Tutor | 173

    When it came time to prepare for Law applications, Thomas was surprised by how much he enjoyed studying the LSAT. He thinks the test can be a fun and exciting challenge of one’s ability to discern logical relations. However, he also knows first hand the stress of applications, and the daunting pressure of needing a strong score. Thomas firmly believes that through careful and consistent preparation, anyone can greatly improve their LSAT ability and learn to enjoy its engaging challenge. When not helping students achieve their goals, he can be found weightlifting, reading old books, or learning ancient languages.

  • Lowri Rachel Thomas

    Lowri Rachel Thomas

    Tutor | 173

    Lowri Rachel Thomas

    Lowri Rachel Thomas

    Tutor | 173

    Lowri began studying for the LSAT while working as a paralegal. Throughout college she worked as a writing instructor, where she developed a philosophy of teaching students strategies to work through their difficulties independently. When it comes to the LSAT, this means defining an approach for each section and question type, and practicing how to apply it consistently. This way, you can overcome even the most convoluted stimuli and stay focused on test day. Lowri believes that empathy is the most important trait a tutor can have, always listening carefully to the student’s concerns so that she can tailor her approach. Studying for the LSAT can be a frustrating experience, but with perseverance and patience she believes that anyone can achieve the results they want. Lowri is comfortable working with non-native English speakers, having spent time in Jordan and France. Outside of LSAT tutoring, Lowri enjoys salsa dancing, theatre, and studying languages.

  • Andrew Colford

    Andrew Colford

    Tutor 170V/169Q

    Andrew Colford

    Andrew Colford

    Tutor 170V/169Q

    With a 99th-percentile score (170 on Verbal and 169 on Quant), Andrew knows a thing or two about the GRE. But just scoring well on an exam doesn't make a good instructor. A decade of test prep experience does. Andrew was born and raised in the California Bay Area and graduated from Georgetown's School of Foreign Service. He lived in New York City, where he became an in-demand tutor for SAT and ACT prep at some of Manhattan's top high schools. He then transitioned into working with grad school applicants on the GRE/GMAT. Now based in LA with his wife and Jackhuahua (Jack Russell-Chihuahua), Andrew has become a SoCal cliché . . . taking hikes, bumming at the beach, and getting stuck in traffic.

    Andrew has taught the GRE in person, online, and on campuses such as USC, UC San Diego, and CSU Northridge. He loves helping students reach their highest potential and conquer their fears!

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