Meet your expert LSAT instructor!

Alex Masserant - LSAT Instructor, Founder of LSAT Ally


               In March of 2016 I was exactly where you are now. I wanted to go to law school, I knew I had to take the LSAT® to apply to law school, and I did not know exactly where to start. I scoured the internet for all of the information and resources I could find, purchased a prep book and lots of Official PrepTests, and poured hours into studying for the LSAT. By the time test day rolled around I had spent several months and countless hours preparing for the test. I performed very well on the test, scoring a 170 which put me in the 97th percentile or, in other words, the top 3% of test takers. I was elated when I received my score. However, I soon discovered that I did not score as well as I could have.

               I made this discovery soon after I became an LSAT instructor for Kaplan, a major test prep company. During my teacher training with Kaplan, and through more exposure to the LSAT, I realized two things. First, despite all of my efforts to learn everything I could about the LSAT prior to my test, there were strategies I was unaware of that would have helped me tremendously on test day. Secondly, I had used strategies that were either ineffective, time consuming, or both! As I conducted LSAT prep courses I also saw how much more efficient my student’s learning process was in comparison to my own. The important difference was that my students had an expert instructor to guide them through the LSAT study process, always letting them know what steps to take next and the most efficient methods for making improvements. 

               These insights led to a passion for LSAT education. I recognized that it took the right tools and an expert LSAT instructor for students to truly meet their full potential on the LSAT. That is incredibly important since a couple points on the LSAT can be the difference between getting into your goal law school or not. It can also lead to a difference in tens of thousands of dollars in scholarship! After working with Kaplan for a few years, I was inspired to start my own LSAT prep company with a goal of providing expert LSAT education to students at a more affordable price. Thus, LSAT Ally was born. 

               I learned the value of the difference that expert LSAT instruction can have on test day and I want to offer that value to my students. You can become a student and take advantage of the edge that having an expert LSAT instructor gives you by enrolling in LSAT Ally’s comprehensive LSAT Prep Course. See what one of my students has to say about my instruction below.

               Book a free consultation with me today to share your law school and LSAT goals, learn more about my proven methods for getting you a top LSAT score, and get on your way to performing your best on test day.

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Having Alex help me prepare for the LSAT was a life saver! Preparing for the LSAT can be a stressful time, but Alex made it much easier AND he ensured we had fun while doing so. He was always accessible and willing to be flexible to meet my needs. Alex personalized my study plan to focus on what areas I needed help with the most. He worked with me step-by-step to achieve my personal goals that we had discussed at the beginning of the course. He is extremely knowledgeable in all things law school-even beyond LSAT prep. Going into the LSAT, and law school, I felt more prepared entering with the knowledge that he gave me. I highly recommend inviting him into your LSAT prep, you will be glad you did!
Sydney S.

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