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Larkin Robson has been teaching the LSAT independently for over seven years. He studied philosophy at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where he earned his bachelors degree. As a philosophy major he received formal training in logic, an important skill for taking the LSAT. After college Larkin scored a 180 on the LSAT, a perfect score. Larkin also graduated from New York University School of Law and is a licensed attorney. He has experience tutoring a wide variety of students. He has taught the LSAT successfully to hundreds of students, including experienced professionals going back to school, inexperienced college students who have never seen the LSAT before, and many individuals who have tried other test prep companies and/or other tutors with little to no success. Larkin’s students have gotten into every T-14 law school in the country including Yale, Harvard, and Stanford.

We teach on the Upper East Side in Manhattan and in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. In some cases, Larkin can travel around New York City to various areas for an additional fee. Every student who works with 180 Degrees LSAT works with our head tutor, Larkin Robson.

There is a huge psychological element to the LSAT.  Staying positive and calm during practice and the test has a real impact on your score.

There is a huge psychological element to the LSAT. Staying positive and calm during practice and the test has a real impact on your score.

Since GPA can vary pending on school and major, the LSAT is typically considered the largest factor in your acceptance to law school.

Since GPA can vary pending on school and major, the LSAT is typically considered the largest factor in your acceptance to law school.

Columbia Law school is currently ranked fourth in the nation with a median LSAT score of 172.  This equates to roughly the 99th percentile of all test takers.

Columbia Law school is currently ranked fourth in the nation with a median LSAT score of 172. This equates to roughly the 99th percentile of all test takers.

The LSAT consists of four scored sections, one experimental section, and a written essay. Total time length is 3.5 hours and scores range from 120 to 180.

The LSAT consists of four scored sections, one experimental section, and a written essay. Total time length is 3.5 hours and scores range from 120 to 180.

We offer a free phone consultation with no strings attached.  To receive your consultation from Larkin you can call us at 212-888-LSAT(5728).

We offer a free phone consultation with no strings attached. To receive your consultation from Larkin you can call us at 212-888-LSAT(5728).

Services

1-on-1 In Person Tutoring 1 on 1 in person tutoring is the ideal way to study for the LSAT. This approach allows Larkin to personalize and individualize tutoring in a way that is most effective for his students. Read More

1-on-1 Skype Tutoring This option is ideal for students who cannot travel to quality LSAT instruction. Because there are so few full time professional LSAT tutors out there, it is necessary for many students to work via Skype or other virtual tutoring Read More

Small group tutoring Small group tutoring is now being offered! Each class has a maximum of 4 students. Read More

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