Economists Do It With Models

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LSAT Prep With Econgirl!

As one of my jobs (you know, those those that, unlike blogging, directly pay me money), I work as a private tutor for the GMAT, LSAT, GRE and SAT- it’s all part of my master plan to turn being good at standardized tests into a marketable skill. The upsides to this job are that it pays decently well and the students I get are really cool people for the most part. The main downside is that it’s not particularly scalable- there’s only one of me, and my value is in large part limited by how many hours I have in my day.

As an attempt to in small part combat this limitation, I am producing a series of videos that go through the logic games in the June 2007 LSAT. I chose that one because it is freely available on the LSAC web site, and you can find it here. My hope is that this series will both be helpful to students preparing for the LSAT and also provide an idea to potential clients what I’m all about, so feel free to share this with your friends, kids, pets, and whoever else might be studying for the LSAT.

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You can see more on how to hire me for test-prep tutoring here, and you can find my complete YouTube channel here. Happy testing!

xoxo,
econgirl

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  • 1 bubble // Jun 14, 2012 at 3:07 pm

    omg. i LOVE your lessons on lsat. i am studying for lsat and have no money for live classes. online classes are my life-line. are there any more lsat lessons like these out there? thank you econ girl. you are amazing. (struggling w logic games/logical reasoning… bubble).

  • 2 cuteorange // Nov 13, 2012 at 9:47 am

    I just discovered this website like a few days ago via youtube. You make econ sound so easy…! I’m happy because this has arrived just in time for my midterm.

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