LSAT TUTOR INTERVIEW

INSTRUCTIONS

Record yourself answering the following prompts.

Your video recording will be divided into TWO PARTS (5 minutes each). Followed by 2 Written Questions at the end.

PART 1

Please answer the following questions in a 5 minute video format:

  • Introduce Yourself
  • Tell us a little bit about your experience with the LSAT and what made you want to tutor for the LSAT?
  • What sets you apart from other LSAT tutors?
  • How would you describe your teaching style?

PART 2

Please answer the following question in a 5 minute video format:

  • Explain the June 2007 LSAT Section 2 Question 5.

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We pride ourselves on being super supportive of our students and having quick response times to their questions is an important part of that. We do not expect written explanations of LSAT questions via email/text, but acknowledgement of the questions and an affirmation that you'll review it at the outset of your next lesson is expected. Our ideal response time is within 30 minutes. 2 hours is our high. Anything over 4 hours is unacceptable. Can you commit to this level of support?
Commit to level of support(Required)

LSAT Content is obviously super important, but sometimes students need help with auxiliary skills (time management, focus, resilience, confidence, motivation, etc) in order to succeed on the LSAT. Are you comfortable taking a holistic role in the development of each student you work with?
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