In-Person LSAT Tutoring

Odyssey has the best in-person private LSAT tutors in Boston. We’ve helped hundreds of students in the Boston metro area improve their LSAT scores by 20+ points. Learn how Odyssey’s complete LSAT tutoring regimen is helping students catapult their careers.



Boston’s best in-person LSAT Tutors, Guaranteed! Odyssey’s personal LSAT Tutoring has helped hundreds of students in Boston and surrounding areas score 170+ on the LSAT. Whether you prefer in-person or online one-on-one LSAT Tutoring, our LSAT tutors are highly trained and highly successful teachers who go above and beyond for our students.

  • We’ve helped hundreds of students get admitted to top 10 law schools including: Harvard, Columbia, Drexel, Penn and Pitt.
  • Personalized one-on-one tutoring, No “one size fits all approach here”
  • Your place, our place or in between. We can even conduct your sessions online!
  • We’ve never not improved a score.
  • Hundreds of Odyssey Students reach 170+
  • We guarantee you’ll love your tutor or your money back

*We Guarantee you’ll love your tutor or your money back!

Odyssey LSAT Tutoring

10 Mercer St

Boston, MA 02127

(646) 766-1177


We’ve helped hundreds of students elevate their LSAT score and we’re confident that we can help you. We guarantee you’ll love your experience or your money back.

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Looking for in-person LSAT classes & courses in Boston? Odyssey’s personal LSAT class is tailored to the needs of each individual. If you’re thinking that group classes are good enough for you, we strongly recommend a Free Consultation with our founder, Jon. He’ll diagnose your current needs to determine which areas of study can make the most impact for you. We may determine that a personalized one-on-one LSAT class will get you to your goals faster.

Your LSAT Class Instructor will inspire you to succeed! We teach the LSAT to your learning style and we focus on the areas where you can make the most impact. Many of our students see increases of 20+ points! Our LSAT Classes are taught by highly specialized and highly successful instructors who have what it takes to elevate your score.

We truly care about you! Our LSAT Class Instructors are passionate about helping students. We take pride in our specialized techniques and we use the most effective methodologies. Ready to get serious about your LSAT score? Schedule your Free Strategy Session below!



If you’re ready to get on the path to an unbelievable LSAT score then contact us today to schedule a free 30-minute Strategy Session to discuss your goals, jumpstart your study plan, and get matched with the perfect LSAT Strategist.

Every point on the LSAT is so precious, you can’t afford to leave anything on the table


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“I had a great experience working with Dave! He was super patient, encouraging, and adaptable. He was especially helpful when it came to logic games and figuring out techniques to approach them methodically and efficiently.”

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“I’ve had an Incredible Experience with Odyssey LSAT Tutoring so far. First, they’re very prompt in their response, their team is always there to answer all the questions you ever have in a time fashion manner.”

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“Incredible. John makes you feel as if you have a personal Tudor guiding you every step of the way. He is such a kind guy. His logic game course is clear and helpful. I encourage it!”

“I worked with Jeff Gardner for 5 months and have nothing but good things to say about him and Odyssey test prep books. I gained 13 points during my 6 months with Jeff! Jeff was very knowledgeable about question types.”

“Dave is an awesome tutor! He broke down the exam in a way that made sense and gave me great test taking strategies, which gave me the confidence to tackle the exam on test day.”

“Before starting lessons with Dave from Odyssey Prep I was really struggling with the LSAT. I had been studying on and off for over a year and a half, had taken both online and in person prep courses, and sat for the LSAT twice, scoring a 163 and 167.”



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Boston, Massachusetts is a fascinating city where American history stands proudly alongside modern high-rises, technological innovation and world-class education. Centuries ago, the Boston Tea Party, Boston Massacre, Battle of Bunker Hill, and the Siege of Boston gave rise to America as we know it. The American Revolution started here, and a true Bostonian tell you that if it weren’t for those early Bostonians, “we’d all be drinking tea instead of coffee.” Founded in 1630 by Puritan settlers from the city of the same name in England, Boston is proud home to many of America’s important firsts, such as the first public park (Boston Common, 1634), first public school (Boston Latin School, 1635), first subway system (Tremont Street Subway, 1897), and first institution of higher education (Harvard, 1636).

While strolling Boston’s centuries-old cobblestone streets where timeworn brick churches squat next to sparkling skyscrapers, you may double-take when you see colonials walking around in ornate 18th century clothing, apt reminders of Boston’s ingrained history. They are tour guides on the 2.5 mile Freedom Trail, which stops by sixteen of Boston’s –and America’s– most important historical sites. A red brick path shows you the way, so it’s easy to take a self-guided tour. Walk this path to explore the beautiful Boston Common park, find the graves of Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and John Hancock among the 5,000 interred at the Granary Burial Ground, admire the Old State House, Park Street Church, King’s Chapel, and Faneuil Hall, and check out the stature of Benjamin Franklin as you make your way to the the towering Bunker Hill monument and restored ship USS Constitution, still parked in Boston Harbor. Yet Boston boasts more modern history as well, so don’t leave Boston without paying respects to the Green Monster! America’s favorite baseball stadium and home of the beloved Red Socks, Fenway Park still draws crowds of red baseball hats, and there’s no shortage of Fenway Franks, fried seafood, and one-of-a-kind baseball memorabilia. In addition to the ubiquitous lobster rolls, chowder and fried fish in the city, there’s plenty of places to get pizza in Boston. Yet everyone knows the best is at Regina Pizzeria in the North End, which is Boston’s own Little Italy. Order a ‘roni and pitcher of Perroni and then, as you make your way back downtown and pass the ornate Omni Parker House, you may just catch a whiff of its infamous buttery, baked eponymous rolls, as the original recipe dates back to to this hotel in 1874. But for a unique stay, check out the Liberty Hotel, a former prison turned swanky hotel, and a perfect example of how Bostonians both embrace history and turn it into modernity.

As history fatigue sets in and you crave a taste of the 21st century, step into the Godfrey Hotel to find the modern aesthetic and high-quality roasts of George Howell coffee, and don’t forget a vegan donut! For date night, plan ahead for tapas at Toro, helmed by famed chefs and owners Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette, or head across the bridge to Cambridge for a taste of the Sultan’s Delight and other modern takes on Turkish cuisine at sultry Oleana restaurant. Beer fans know that farm-to-glass brewery Trillium has garnered a cult following, and lines of devotees stretch around the block waiting rain or shine for the newest release.

 In addition to its fascinating historical sites, world-class restaurants and hipster breweries, Boston hosts nearly 50 institutions of higher learning, including Harvard University, University of Boston, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), New England Law at Boston, Berklee College of Music, Cambridge College, Tufts University, and Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Boston is now considered a world leader in higher education and a thriving center of scientific research, and will forever stand as one of the most important cities in American history.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to Prepare for the LSAT

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Preparing for the LSAT usually comes down to 3 paths, each with their strengths and weaknesses.

The first, and cheapest option is self-study. Typically students can spend under $500 and gain about 10 points from their first diagnostic practice test with this method, given they are self-motivated and use great resources.

The second option, which has a moderate cost, is taking a course. Usually students spend about $1,500 on these courses and get similar results to self-study; they gain about 10 points.

The final option, which is generally the most expensive, is private tutoring. Students typically spend $175/hr or more for a great tutor and reach total amounts of $2,500 – $5,000 to work with a private tutor. This route is certainly the most effective, with students seeing 20+ point increases from their first practice test.

How to Study for the LSAT

Show MoreStudying for the LSAT takes a few things to fall into place properly.
1. You must have allocated enough time to get a great increase. We typically recommend 3-5 months of studying with a minimum of 20hrs/wk during your studying.
2. You need to use the absolute best materials and methodology. Feel free to schedule a free 30-minute consultation with us to discuss your individual situation and get recommendations here.
3. You’ve got to work hard AND smart. You can take all the practice tests in the world, but if you don’t make meaningful adjustments between them you’ll find your score plateau pretty quickly.
4. You need to get your timing right. Most people could score very well on the test if it was untimed, unfortunately this is not the case. Make sure you allocate enough time and resources to getting your timing perfect before test day. Also, make sure the techniques you learn along the way are able to be scaled up to be used at pace on test day.

How to Pass the LSAT

Show MoreThe LSAT is not a pass/fail style test, so you can’t really pass it. The better you do, the better your opportunities for law school. It is scored on a scale of 120-180. Scoring in the 120s won’t be good enough to get into law school, nor will the 130s typically. The 140s will start to open some doors and the 150s you will be above the median (152) and have some good opportunities. The 160s will allow you to attend some great schools and the 170s will open the door at the most elite schools. The LSAT isn’t the only consideration in law school admissions, so the above is just a general guideline and students sometimes do buck the trends.

How to Start Studying for the LSAT

Show MoreYou should start studying for the LSAT by taking the June 2007, freely available diagnostic practice test under strict timed conditions. This will allow you to get acquainted with the test and to get a baseline score. Don’t worry, nearly everyone’s initial diagnostic is WAY lower than they were hoping but hard work and a great study plan can get you 20+ or even 30+ points on top of that diagnostic test score.

How to Study for the LSAT on Your Own

Show MoreSource the best self-study materials and spend 2-3 months mastering the concepts. Once you feel you’ve mastered the concepts then spend 2-3 months practicing timing using official LSAT practice sections and tests.

How Much Time to Study for the LSAT

Show More3-5 months is the typical time that students spend studying for the LSAT. During this period we recommend at least 20hrs/wk of studying to get the job done.