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About Nathan Fox
I teach LSAT classes in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and online. Please call me any time: 415-518-0630.
I took the official LSAT in February of 2007, and scored 179. In 2008, I enrolled at UC Hastings Law. It was the best school within biking distance from my home in San Francisco's Mission District. I was 32 years old at the time, and I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. I already had a Master's degree in journalism. I already had an MBA. I'd already held, hated, and supremely sucked at a succession of jobs.
I graduated from Hastings but I happily didn't take the bar. Because the same year I started law school, I discovered my true passion and obvious calling in life. I'm not a lawyer. I'm a teacher.
I know it's my calling because, for the first time in my life, I'm doing the thing that 1) I'm good at, 2) I love, and 3) I can get paid for. If this describes you at your current occupation, then please walk away from the LSAT. For good. Seriously! Because professionally, that's as good as it's going to get.
For the rest of you, I'll assume you haven't yet found your calling. If law school will help you find it, then I'll do my damnedest to help you get in. My goal isn't just to squeak you into a mediocre school. My goal is to get you a scholarship, and/or help you get into a truly great school. My personal information is included in all my books. Call me, please. Email me. I'm here to help.
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In his down-to-earth, often irreverent style, Nathan demystifies the confusing world of logic games, logical reasoning, and reading comprehension. In no time, you'll start to see through the BS and dominate the test. The approaches are easy to digest, and will stick with you when you finally sit down for the big day.
No nonsense. No made-up, trademarked buzzwords. No confusing jargon. And best of all, no pulled punches. Plus, you’ll also find out how you can contact Nathan directly with your questions.
So grab a pencil and crack this book. Let's get it on.