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Ben Olson

LSAT Demon Co-Founder

I am a full-time LSAT teacher with more than ten years of experience, a George Washington Law grad, and the founder of Strategy Prep in Washington, DC.

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Nathan Fox

LSAT Demon Co-Founder

In my customized private LSAT tutoring sessions, we’ll nail down what you’re struggling with and go over it as many times as it takes.

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Jackson Kemmis

LSAT Tutor

LSAT: 176

Jackson studies Philosophy and Political Science at the University of British Columbia.

His strongest LSAT section is logic games, though he enjoys tackling logical reasoning questions the most.

Jackson enjoys binging TV, watching movies, and staying active, namely through rock climbing, hockey, and tennis.

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Laura Hipple

LSAT Tutor

LSAT: 173

Laura has been tutoring and conducting extra help sessions for Strategy Prep in Washington, DC.

Matt DuMont

LSAT Tutor

LSAT: 171

Matt works full time for the LSAT Demon and Fox LSAT, running operations, T.A.ing, and answering ASK buttons. He's tutored students into the 170s and 20+ point improvements.

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Anna O'Neil

LSAT Tutor

LSAT: 175

Anna graduated from Georgetown University with a bachelor’s in International Political Economy.

Anna’s favorite section of the LSAT is logic games, but she loves helping students with every section and general study strategies.

In her free time, she enjoys hiking, reading, swimming, baking, and sending snail mail.

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Myles Ambrose

LSAT Tutor

LSAT: 175

Myles graduated from Macalester College with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science.

His strongest LSAT section is logical reasoning.

In his spare time, Myles enjoys cooking, reading, and spending too much time on twitter.

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Ruth Kim

LSAT Tutor

LSAT: 173

After graduating high school in 2013 as a National Merit Scholar Finalist, Ruth decided to return to South Korea for college. She graduated from Yonsei University in 2018 before moving back to the states.

Her favorite section of the LSAT is the logic games as she finds them fun to solve!

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