Trevor Klee, Tutor

Online and Boston-based SAT, ACT, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, and MCAT Prep.

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Monthly Archives: March 2020

Dispatches from Quarantine

I usually use this blog to only blog about strategies for the exams that I teach. However, these are some extraordinary times, and normal patterns do not hold. I took a midnight stroll last night through the streets of downtown Boston with my girlfriend. Shop after shop was closed. Some of them were officious, “By […]

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LSAT Logic Games strategies and tips

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LSAT Reading Comprehension tips and strategies for each question type

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How I teach people

Most people teach the wrong way. Even though they spent a lot of high school and college being bored and unmotivated in class, when it comes time to teach, they simply imitate their high school and college teachers. This is a problem. Teaching is a fundamental part of not just the education industry, but every […]

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LSAT Logical Reasoning tips: all the question types and how to solve them

Want some LSAT logical reasoning help? How about LSAT academic coaching from a 99th percentile tutor? You’ll get a customized study plan, 24/7 texting and email support, weekly check-ins with homework in between,  and continual encouragement right up until test day. Only $299/month (way cheaper and more effective than a class!) When I teach LSAT, Logical […]

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