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Tutor the LSAT From Home - $60 an Hour! - legal/paralegal - job...

City: Ann arbor
Date: 14 Oct 2020
Category: legal / paralegal

We want to hire you if you are a good teacher: personable, engaging, and invested in your students' success. If you meet our minimum score requirement of 170 on your official LSAT, we are confident that we can train you to teach the test effectively. If you took the LSAT a while ago and no longer feel like an expert, that's okay. We will help you get back into form. Our starting rate of pay is $60 per hour.

We support our tutors with resources, attention, and training opportunities. We provide you with a visually appealing, highly intuitive curriculum that will ensure you can meet even your most discerning students’ needs.

This doesn’t have to be a side job but it can be. Many of our tutors work full-time with us. Others work primarily as lawyers. You can be tutoring full-time for us within weeks.

Yes, you really can tutor the LSAT full time if you work for us – many of our tutors earn comfortable full-time incomes. And you can earn up to $90/hour within months of joining our team.

Part-time is great too! Many of our other tutors run their own legal practices or work for nonprofits. We can offer you whatever amount of work makes sense for your own schedule. Flexible hours mean that you decide when you work – we don’t tell you when to show up to a session; you plan and schedule them with your students. And working from home means that you don’t have to worry about an annoying commute.

Our baseline requirement is that you scored a 170 or above on the LSAT. More importantly, all of our tutors are expected to be engaging, personable instructors who enjoy helping prospective attorneys achieve a difficult goal. If working one-on-one with a student who is pursuing their dream sounds gratifying to you, we hope you’ll get in touch today.

For more information, please reply to this ad with your resume and LSAT score. Please address your email to Josh Garfinkel. You can also learn more at

The LSAT Nerds believe that our tutoring and admissions assistance should be provided by highly qualified professionals who are representative of the students we teach and the communities we serve. We celebrate diversity and strive for our workforce to include people of all backgrounds. We are united by a desire to empower aspiring young lawyers to succeed. Thus, we are steadfastly dedicated to being an equal opportunity employer.
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