Nick is a great tutor. I was one of those who took a Princeton course before trying a private tutor. Those courses are a real money grab, my 'instructor' was just awful...she was not only bad, but often unprepared, late, haughty... I was unmotivated and demoralized after seeing my June score.
When I came to Nick, he provided me with an arsenal of simple tools to get the right answer quickly. He's been tutoring for years so he knows all the intricacies of the test, unlike my Princeton girl who was completely new. If I was embarrassed at having picked the wrong answer, Nick would flip his original tattered book around and say "look, long ago I made that same mistake."
It's nice to know that your teacher was once at a similar level, and and can show you the best way forward. There's no hubris on his part, and I never felt discouraged. I got my September score, and improved by 12 points. Worth every penny.
came to OzPrep with no prior LSAT training. Having been out of
school for a while, I found the LSAT very daunting at first. Nick
assuaged these fears, and helped me approach the questions calmly and
critically. His unique strategies and shortcuts helped improve both my
speed and my confidence in my answer choices. Nick has a super animated
teaching style, has an uncanny way of bringing otherwise dense and dull
material to life. I actually genuinely looked forward to our lessons -
he really tries to make the LSAT fun - a big reason why he's so
It's clear that Nick loves teaching, and I found his
positive attitude infectious. What's more, he cares about his students
success, and will be there for you from first contact through the LSAT
and application processes... until you decide on a school. I found this
constant support extremely reassuring.
Without a doubt, I
recommend starting here first -- Nick's unique technique and approach
will give you a competitive edge over that herd of applicants from the
traditional LSAT classes... without putting you to sleep.
only eight weekly sessions with Nick, and on my very first sitting I
scored beyond my wildest expectations. I know that was in no small part
due to Nick and Way in Law, and I can't recommend this service enough.
Many, many thanks!
Attending U of Toronto Law, Class of 2020
Scored an amazing 168 her very first writing after 10 2-hour sessions
I tried both Power Score and Harvard Ready before stumbling across this indie firm by chance. I wish I had sooner -- small is beautiful, right? It's run almost entirely by an Osgoode student -- he says he only hires when there's overflow demand.
The website is full of annecdotes and useful law school info (in addition to the LSAT materials.) Nick himself is an awesome tutor. He obviously loves what he does, and it shows. Unlike the large companies, he seems to genuinely care about his students and their successes.
Plus, he's madly entertaining, and invents crazy funny analogies, which made remembering everything a lot easier. My first writing was a disaster, and I promised that if I cracked the 160s in June I would leave a great review. I did, and so here it is. Highly recommended!