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LSAT PREP

I have been providing LSAT Prep in classes and one on one since 2003.  At the moment LSAT prep is offered one on one, or for small groups of friends using real LSATs to learn from mistakes and practice new approaches and strategies.

For more information about LSAT preparation please contact Josh Aronovitch at 856-341-0503.

The SATs are a big part of the college admissions decision, but not the only part, not by a long shot.  I describe the process like this:  Colleges, no matter how selective they are, mainly use three factors to decide whether a student is “in the conversation.”  Those factors are SAT scores, grades, and “academic rigor” – how much you challenge yourself with your classes.  Those three factors are either good enough, or not, to get you in the running.  Depending on how hard the school is into, those bars can be low, medium, or extremely high.

But once you clear that bar, what happens next?  That is when “everything else” comes in to play, from you essays, to your recomendations, to your extracurricular achievements.  All these “indicia of excellence” determine whether you actually get an offer of admission.  Because the most selective schools get many times more students than they have space for who get “in the conversation.”  Your goal is to make sure that the totality of your application creates a vivid sense of who you are and how you fit into their plans for the freshman class.

This is where I can help.  I have extensive experience helping students narrow their search and identify their dream school or schools.  I can also help you to refine your presentation without losing your authentic voice.  Customizable college admissions packages vary from student to student.  It is never too early to start.  Let me help you turn your dream into a reality!

College Admissions Coaching

Academic Tutoring

I tutor in subjects as varied as AP Physics, Algebra, Geometry, Introductory Spanish, English, Writing, History, and a variety of college courses.  Whatever your learning challenges, I can help you learn to learn in a way that makes up for holes in the educational foundation and leaves you confident in your abilities going forward.

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What People Say

I had a few options when it came time to pick where I wanted to go to college. Josh helped me weigh out the pros and cons of each choice, and also offered views of what he thought a degree from each institution would be worth over the long run. I was accepted at Drexel University, Rowan University and University of Delaware. I chose Rowan University (Electrical and Computer Engineering major) and I would do it again in a heartbeat. I’m extremely thankful for all of the opportunities that my Rowan University education has offered me, and I encourage anyone considering Rowan to reach out to Josh so he can put you in touch with me if you have any questions.
Tom Gracie
Josh was by far the best test prep instructor I have ever worked with! I met Josh back in 2004 when I decided to study for the LSAT. When I originally started working with Josh I was struggling with the reading comprehension section of the exam. Josh spent an immense amount of time with me until I mastered that section of the exam. He was always very patient and explained things in very clear and concise ways. Josh helped me improve my score by 15 points! Josh was amazing on a personal and professional level and I highly recommend him to anyone looking to get into a top school
Lisa HarwooD, currently MBA candidate at USC
I had never taken a test prep class until it came time to study for the LSAT prior to applying to law school. I needed a high score to get into a top school, and Josh’s teaching helped me get there. He not only showed me helpful techniques but also provided constant reassurance that I could continue to increase my score. Josh provided encouragement while I took practice test after practice test and helped me to avoid practicing bad habits. On test day, I scored higher than I ever had before — 12 points higher than my baseline. Josh is a great teacher, and he cares greatly about the success of each and every one of his students.
Elinor Ament Hiller, Georgetown Law Class of 2007
Before starting the course, all of us took a practice exam to establish a baseline by which we could gauge our improvement. I only got 25% of the questions in the puzzle section right, and I knew I would have to do a lot better than that to get into a top law school. Josh was a great teacher – in addition to making our five-hour-long classes interesting and engaging, he also met with us one-on-one to develop individualized test-prep strategy. He really took the time to make sure that I was on track and doing all the things I needed to do to score as high as I possibly could. I always felt that Josh was available to answer questions and give advice, and by the time the LSAT date rolled around, I was consistently getting at least 75% of all puzzle questions correct. My LSAT score went up 8 points from the baseline practice test, and I know that Josh was just as proud as I was when I scored 170. I graduated from Harvard Law School in 2005, and I doubt I would have gotten in without Josh’s test prep help
Amy Lawler, Harvard Law School Class of 2005