PowerScore LSAT Instructors

Please use the following form to apply for an LSAT Instructor position. All information provided will be kept confidential and will not be released to any outside agency.

Teaching and tutoring hours are flexible and will vary due to the part-time nature of this position.

Candidates must have a score of 170 or higher on a recent LSAC-administered LSAT.

No prior LSAT teaching experience is necessary as our self-directed training program will ensure that you are fully prepared for your classes and tutoring assignments. As an instructor, you will be responsible for teaching concepts and techniques, analyzing questions, and leading class discussions. Talented and dynamic individuals are encouraged to apply.

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Applications submitted without an LSAT score will not be processed. To obtain an interview, you must have scored 170 or above on a recent LSAC-administered LSAT.
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