7Sage LSAT Tutoring
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20 Hours

Twenty 1-on-1 Online Sessions

  • Tailored curriculum
  • Free half-hour assessment & planning session
  • Twenty live, online private tutoring sessions
  • $180 per hour
$3599 Purchase

10 Hours

Ten 1-on-1 Online Sessions

  • Tailored curriculum
  • Free half-hour assessment & planning session
  • Ten live, online private tutoring sessions
  • $190 per hour
$1899 Purchase

5 Hours

Five 1-on-1 Online Sessions

  • Tailored curriculum
  • Free half-hour assessment & planning session
  • Five live, online private tutoring sessions
  • $200 per hour
$999 Purchase
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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 first 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 and 20-session LSAT Tutoring packages.

    Here's how it works: we split your the purchase price into three monthly payments (for 10-session packages) or 6 payments (for 20-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.

    That's it! No interest, no shady terms, and no third-party companies you have to deal with.

    Note: once you buy, you are obligated to complete all the payments.

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    What’s your refund policy?

    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.

    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

    The 7Sage You Know and Love

    Our beloved core curriculum has helped tens of thousands of students succeed, and it forms the basis of our pedagogy. Our tutors have the flexibility to adapt the curriculum to your learning style, and they’ll make use of the full suite of LSAT resources:

    • Best-in-class LSAT Analytics
    • Custom problem-sets
    • PrepTests
    • Question explanations
    • Digital tester and PDFs

    They Really Like Us 😊

    Take a look at these responses 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

    • Scott Milam

      Scott Milam

      Tutor | 180

      Scott is a career teacher with more than a decade of experience. As an LSAT tutor, he has a passion for making complicated problems simple and understandable for his students. Scott is a strong believer that with the right training regimen, anyone can master the LSAT. When he is not explaining logic games, Scott can be found in his workshop welding.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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

    • Benjamin McAnally

      Benjamin McAnally

      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.

    • 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. 

    • 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 the Toronto lakeshore and invents new ways to prepare vegetables from their balcony garden.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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 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.

    • 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

      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.

    • 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.

    • Brandon Smith

      Brandon Smith

      Tutor | 177

      When Brandon set out to crack the 170s, he completed every Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension question ever made, and learned to love the LSAT along the way. He's confident that he can convey his love of the LSAT to his students. When he's not nerding out about his favorite LSAT questions of all time (the conservative judges game, the passage about World of Warcraft gold, and any argument about space or dinosaurs, for starters), he enjoys making electronic bass music, building guitars, and doing Bikram yoga.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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

      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.

    • 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)!

    • 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.

    • 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 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.

    • 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.

    • Raphael Piliero

      Raphael Piliero

      Tutor | 174

      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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • Aastha Sinha

      Aastha Sinha

      Tutor | 173

      As an LSAT tutor, Aastha loves sharing with her students the strategies that help boost both confidence and scores! She knows firsthand how stressful the studying process can become and uses that experience to ensure that each of her students has all the tools they need to succeed on the LSAT. She believes in helping her students reach their potential by teaching them how to reframe the way they approach LSAT questions and, above all else, learn how to enjoy the process! When she's not talking about the LSAT, Aastha enjoys going on roadtrips and rock climbing.

    • 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. 

20 Hours

Twenty 1-on-1 Online Sessions

  • Tailored curriculum
  • Free half-hour assessment & planning session
  • Twenty live, online private tutoring sessions
  • $180 per hour
$3599 Purchase

10 Hours

Ten 1-on-1 Online Sessions

  • Tailored curriculum
  • Free half-hour assessment & planning session
  • Ten live, online private tutoring sessions
  • $190 per hour
$1899 Purchase

5 Hours

Five 1-on-1 Online Sessions

  • Tailored curriculum
  • Free half-hour assessment & planning session
  • Five live, online private tutoring sessions
  • $200 per hour
$999 Purchase