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LSAT Tutor Scott Reed

SCOTT REED

The University of Virgina School of Law

Scott completed his undergrad degree in Mathematics at the University of Florida in 3 years. After one year of traveling in Europe, he enrolled at the University of Virginia Law School (172 LSAT score) and then practiced law for 22 years. Upon getting most of his children through college, he decided to slow down and do what he loves to do: teach! He has been teaching and tutoring at Kaplan for 13 years. There is no doubt that Scott knows the LSAT, but that is not his real strength: Scott will challenge your thinking, and your work habits, and hold you accountable for your own LSAT success! When he's not tutoring LSAT students, you can find Scott at a roots music festival or playing his mandolin with his children.

LSAT Tutor Bobby Gautam

BOBBY GAUTAM

The University of Toronto School of Law

Bobby studied Neuroscience at the University of Alberta. He scored 174 on the LSAT, and studied law at the University of Toronto. He has been teaching at Kaplan since 2005 and lives for the moment when a student finally says "Oh! I get it!" When he's not tutoring, you can find Bobby teaching on the LSAT channel, horseback-riding with his wife, or working on his slapshot at the ice rink.

LSAT Tutor Beth Gebeloff

BETH GEBELOFF

New York University School of Law

After receiving a B.A. in History from Queens College, City University of New York, Beth received her J.D. from New York University School of Law and practiced commercial litigation for ten years at two top New York law firms. After the birth of her first child, Beth transitioned away from practicing law, and took a position as an LSAT teacher with Kaplan in 1996, where she discovered that she had a true passion for teaching. In addition to knowing the LSAT inside and out, Beth's strength as a tutor lies in her ability to adapt her teaching style to each student's learning style. When she is not teaching students how to conquer the LSAT, Beth can usually be found outdoors with her family - cycling on a bike path, kayaking on her local lake, or taking a long walk with her dog.

LSAT Tutor Amy Cradddock

AMY CRADDOCK

University of Arizona School of Law

Amy Craddock received a J.D as well as Masters Degree in Education from the University of Arizona. After law school, Amy clerked for the Arizona Supreme Court, then went on to practice law before turning her focus to education. Amy’s favorite part of teaching is helping students untangle and demystify this test - where success can depend as much on sensible and fluid strategic planning as it can on logic skills. Amy works tirelessly to keep students focused on the methods and is thrilled at how often she is able to help them see the LSAT as something that is. . . almost, well . . . fun! In her spare time, Amy manages the constant needs of her home in the Sonoran Desert -- which at time feels more like a ranch with it’s small menagerie of animals – and loves to knit, in addition to watching (and maintaining a blog on) classic film.

LSAT Tutor Nick Bascom

NICK BASCOM

Clemson University

Nick graduated from Clemson University in 2007 with degrees in biology, English, and Spanish. After taking both the LSAT (180) and the GRE (1560), he accepted an offer to attend Penn State’s MFA program in creative writing. A published author, when Nick isn’t teaching students how to beat standardized tests he’s writing novels, poems, news articles, and songs. As a graduate student, Nick taught a variety of composition courses and hasn’t stopped teaching since. In 2013 he was Kaplan’s National Teacher of the Year. He loves Star Wars, comic books, and Cormac McCarthy novels. A college athlete, he still plays soccer in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio as much as he can.

LSAT Tutor Alana Ohana

ALANA OHANA

University of Tennessee

Alana has been with Kaplan almost 15 years, during which time she has performed many jobs helping students earn higher test scores--everything from writing texts to being in Lesson On Demand videos.She has also helped to write explanations for LSAT tests as well as create Kaplan resources for Logic Games. She currently resides just outside Nashville with her family and in her spare time she writes suspense novels while also enrolled as a student in the Human Forensic Identification MS program at UT at the Body Farm.

LSAT Tutor Matthew Levy

MATTHEW LEVY

University of California, Irvine

Matt first started tutoring for standardized tests as a grad student in Political Psychology at UC Irvine, and soon realized he enjoyed test preparation coaching even more than teaching in academia. After teaching GRE and GMAT courses for Kaplan for a few years, he studied for the LSAT using Kaplan's materials and the coaching of an excellent instructor, and got a 169 on his first try (and has scored progressively better still since then). Matt particularly enjoys one-on-one tutoring and has more tutoring experience than almost any other Kaplan tutor. Matt's strength as a coach lies in his extensive knowledge of the various specific hurdles that can show up during the LSAT prep process and his confidence in the reliability and flexibility of Kaplan methods and strategies. When he's not tutoring, Matt can often be found playing a tabletop or PC strategy game or playing "Fur Guitar" on his cat, Evard.

LSAT Tutor Benji Hughes

BENJI HUGHES

Rhodes College

Benji is an alum of Rhodes College, Memphis, where he spent four years as an undergrad English major, focusing in fairy tales and late Medieval lit. After school, he wrote roleplaying games by day and worked as a biker bar bouncer by night, until Kaplan rescued him and put him in the classroom, where he's been for ten years. Benji's students can expect tough love, straight talk, and lots of humor. He loves working through study plans, guiding test review, and helping students understand the questions behind the questions on the test. When he's not raising scores, you can find Benji rescuing guinea pigs or taking his niece to science fiction conventions.

Scott completed his undergrad degree in Mathematics at the University of Florida in 3 years. After one year of traveling in Europe, he enrolled at the University of Virginia Law School (172 LSAT score) and then practiced law for 22 years. Upon getting most of his children through college, he decided to slow down and do what he loves to do: teach! He has been teaching and tutoring at Kaplan for 13 years. There is no doubt that Scott knows the LSAT, but that is not his real strength: Scott will challenge your thinking, and your work habits, and hold you accountable for your own LSAT success! When he's not tutoring LSAT students, you can find Scott at a roots music festival or playing his mandolin with his children.

Bobby studied Neuroscience at the University of Alberta. He scored 174 on the LSAT, and studied law at the University of Toronto. He has been teaching at Kaplan since 2005 and lives for the moment when a student finally says "Oh! I get it!" When he's not tutoring, you can find Bobby teaching on the LSAT channel, horseback-riding with his wife, or working on his slapshot at the ice rink.

After receiving a B.A. in History from Queens College, City University of New York, Beth received her J.D. from New York University School of Law and practiced commercial litigation for ten years at two top New York law firms. After the birth of her first child, Beth transitioned away from practicing law, and took a position as an LSAT teacher with Kaplan in 1996, where she discovered that she had a true passion for teaching. In addition to knowing the LSAT inside and out, Beth's strength as a tutor lies in her ability to adapt her teaching style to each student's learning style. When she is not teaching students how to conquer the LSAT, Beth can usually be found outdoors with her family - cycling on a bike path, kayaking on her local lake, or taking a long walk with her dog.

Amy Craddock received a J.D as well as Masters Degree in Education from the University of Arizona. After law school, Amy clerked for the Arizona Supreme Court, then went on to practice law before turning her focus to education. Amy’s favorite part of teaching is helping students untangle and demystify this test - where success can depend as much on sensible and fluid strategic planning as it can on logic skills. Amy works tirelessly to keep students focused on the methods and is thrilled at how often she is able to help them see the LSAT as something that is. . . almost, well . . . fun! In her spare time, Amy manages the constant needs of her home in the Sonoran Desert -- which at time feels more like a ranch with it’s small menagerie of animals – and loves to knit, in addition to watching (and maintaining a blog on) classic film.

Nick graduated from Clemson University in 2007 with degrees in biology, English, and Spanish. After taking both the LSAT (180) and the GRE (1560), he accepted an offer to attend Penn State’s MFA program in creative writing. A published author, when Nick isn’t teaching students how to beat standardized tests he’s writing novels, poems, news articles, and songs. As a graduate student, Nick taught a variety of composition courses and hasn’t stopped teaching since. In 2013 he was Kaplan’s National Teacher of the Year. He loves Star Wars, comic books, and Cormac McCarthy novels. A college athlete, he still plays soccer in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio as much as he can.

Alana has been with Kaplan almost 15 years, during which time she has performed many jobs helping students earn higher test scores--everything from writing texts to being in Lesson On Demand videos.She has also helped to write explanations for LSAT tests as well as create Kaplan resources for Logic Games. She currently resides just outside Nashville with her family and in her spare time she writes suspense novels while also enrolled as a student in the Human Forensic Identification MS program at UT at the Body Farm.

Matt first started tutoring for standardized tests as a grad student in Political Psychology at UC Irvine, and soon realized he enjoyed test preparation coaching even more than teaching in academia. After teaching GRE and GMAT courses for Kaplan for a few years, he studied for the LSAT using Kaplan's materials and the coaching of an excellent instructor, and got a 169 on his first try (and has scored progressively better still since then). Matt particularly enjoys one-on-one tutoring and has more tutoring experience than almost any other Kaplan tutor. Matt's strength as a coach lies in his extensive knowledge of the various specific hurdles that can show up during the LSAT prep process and his confidence in the reliability and flexibility of Kaplan methods and strategies. When he's not tutoring, Matt can often be found playing a tabletop or PC strategy game or playing "Fur Guitar" on his cat, Evard.

Benji is an alum of Rhodes College, Memphis, where he spent four years as an undergrad English major, focusing in fairy tales and late Medieval lit. After school, he wrote roleplaying games by day and worked as a biker bar bouncer by night, until Kaplan rescued him and put him in the classroom, where he's been for ten years. Benji's students can expect tough love, straight talk, and lots of humor. He loves working through study plans, guiding test review, and helping students understand the questions behind the questions on the test. When he's not raising scores, you can find Benji rescuing guinea pigs or taking his niece to science fiction conventions.

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