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So you want to go to law school? Where do you go for the most complete and up-to-date information? was developed ten years ago to level the playing field in law school admissions. We provide free LSAT prep so that students from all financial backgrounds can have an fair chance to go to the law school of their choice. Today, with over one million site visitors to date, LSAT Center has become the leading website for law school applicants. We have an unparalled free 300-page LSAT prep guide, our Socrates LSAT Games Demo, articles and invaluable tips for getting into law school.

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The LSAT Center Team

Noah Teitelbaum (Manhattan LSAT)
Noah has worked in education for years, beginning in 2001 with his first public school class in Harlem. He then taught mathematics at North Star, one of the premier inner-city charter schools in the country. Noah is the co-developer of Manhattan and scored a 99th percentile on the LSAT

Sean Selinger is the founder of 800score and a former Wall Street technology stock analyst. Sean grew up in upstate New York with 31 students in his public high school class. He got a full scholarship to Cornell University and was ranked in the top 1% of his class. His mission with 800score and the LSAT Center is to help provide low-cost test prep, so that students from all income levels have equal admissions chances.

Oliver Traldi (Bard College, BA / Harvard Law)
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Margaret Hellerstein (Brown U, BA / Yale Law).
178 LSAT.


Josh Rolnick (Brown University BA / Oxford University.) 99th percentile on the SAT, GRE, GMAT, and LSAT and 3 years experience as a test prep tutor.
Thomas Flaherty (Harvard U. BA)
Mary Leytes (Yale U. BA)

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