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Advice on Teaching / Tutoring LSATS...
« on: March 01, 2006, 03:52:45 PM »

Hey, I am a OL searching for stuff to do this summer.

Does anyone who has taught or tutored LSATs want to give any advice?

Who pays the most?  the least?   Whose the best to work for?

Can I do it for just a summer before Law School?

Is it worth it (fun, pays well, et cetera)?

Other options involve random, not-paying-well internships, possibly law related, or budget destroying but very enjoyable traveling.

Any advice?
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Re: Advice on Teaching / Tutoring LSATS...
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2006, 06:49:54 PM »
Testmasters pays the best (~$50 per hour), but is very selective, and your LSAT score must be in the 99%tile (~172).  Kaplan pays around 15 per hour, and you need only have scored above the 90th%tile.  I taught two courses at Kaplan.  They may give you a job for the summer, if you tell them you plan to work during the school year.  If you like the test, and find it interesting, it is sort of a fun job.