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Gee, you’re a lot nicer than everyone says you are!  Lol, I`m kidding.  Thanks for your best wishes–the exam went great!  Being in your class was a joy – your teaching style and approach encourages test-takers to take the LSAT from a position of rest.  By simplifying the test down to its basic principals and discouraging high-level thoughts, you actually do exactly the opposite of what a lot of the competing prep courses do (…__________`s great but…those books just have too many pages)!  I’ve also gained a vocabulary of LSAT lingo which may or may not come in handy in the future (re: “L-sadness”, et al.)  With no further adieu, Thanks Mr. Richardson:)

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Dear John

Thank you for teaching me about the LSAT and how to better approach my dream of going to law school. Thank you for taking the time to listen and give meaningful advice when I encounter tough challenges.

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Hi John,

I believe your course has helped me tremendously by increasing my attainable LSAT score, and more importantly, improving my communication skills. You are gifted teacher.

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Hello Mr. Richardson,

Firstly, I would like to thank you for your advice, your class and especially your realistic positivity. I think these three things, plus good luck and some hard work lead me to my success in the admission process. I have been accepted to the LLB program at Ottawa and Windsor Law schools (I am wait listted for the JD/LLB at Windsor, but I am remaining positive and hopeful 🙂 )

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Hi John,

Thank you for the great job you did teaching my LSAT class. I got a 166 on the June test, exceeding my goal of 160. I especially improved on the logic games thanks to your strategy.

Thank you very much,

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Dear Mr. Richardson,

“I don’t know if you remember me but my name is _____  and I took your course last July. I wanted first to tell you that this week I received 2 acceptance letters and I’m very excited that I’ll be going to law school in the fall! It took 2 LSAT attempts, but it has all paid off in the end. Thank you once again for all your help with the LSAT, your course was fantastic.”

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“Hi John:
LSAT school was a blast.  It helped me improve one of the areas I had been struggling w/ at the start my LSAT preparation – logic games.  But the most important lesson I learned from you course was that when it comes to answering the questions, simplicity is virtue.”

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Hey John,

Remember me? _____’s friend who took your class in the summer. Anyhoo, I just had to share some great news with you.  I got my first acceptance from Osgoode! Thank you, thank you, thank you :). Your classes were really helpful. I have yet to hear from the other schools but Osgoode is my first choice anyway so woohoo! You gave me all the help I needed for me to be even considered , ha ha. I am sooo happy. Let me know when you have some free time, I will take you for coffee to say thanks for being the awesome teacher that you are :).

All the best,

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Hi John, 

 

Thanks a lot for all your help. You really simplified the test for me. I just received my scored back today. 158. 74th percentile. Which I am really pleased with !:)

I’ll be applying to all the schools in Canada so hopefully I should be good to get in somewhere. Ill keep you in the loop. 

 

Keep in touch. Thanks again.

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Hey John,

I do hope to be in touch with you in the future and it was so great meeting you and being apart of the class. You made me feel very comfortable and at ease with the LSAT although I despise the test makers right now lol. I hope you have a great rest of the year and a Merry Christmas and happy holidays!!

Cheers,

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Hi John, 

 
Thank you for the kind email.  I am really glad I invested in your course, it was the best experience I had with the LSAT… so far! 🙂  Thank you for the great classes you held and accommodating my crazy schedule. 
 
I wish you all the best as well and maybe consider LASIK, I can definitely say it was worth it now. 
 
I cant say thank you enough.  It was a pleasure meeting you.

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Hi John,

Thank you very much for everything!! Before I took your course, I was always indecisive on how to approach a question on the LSAT. I became even more confused by the variety of different techniques introduced in many prep books. You helped me to grasp the essence of LSAT questions and taught me how to approach the LSAT in a consistent way. I scored a 171 on the October 2008 test, much exceeded my scoring average of 167 before I took your course. I have been admitted by Columbia Law School and several other top-14 law schools in the states. Once again, thank you for everything!

p.s. I will always remember the “if stroke then die, if dead not necessarily stroke”.

Sincerely

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I don’t know if you remember me but my name is Kiara and I took your course last July. I wanted first to tell you that this week I received 2 acceptance letters and I’m very excited that I’ll be going to law school in the fall! It took 2 LSAT attempts, but it has all paid off in the end. Thank you once again for all your help with the LSAT, your course was fantastic.

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Hi Mr. Richardson:

I have no regrets taking your course-not only because it helped me to improve but also it’s very rare that you meet a teacher of any sort that takes the time out to get to know their students. You did this and it made a big difference in the class and the way in which the class responded to you.

You are definitely very good at what you do Mr. Richardson.

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Hello Mr. Richardson,

Firstly, I would like to thank you for your advice, your class and especially your realistic positivity. I think these three things, plus good luck and some hard work lead me to my success in the admission process. I have been accepted to the LLB program at Ottawa and Windsor Law schools (I am wait listed for the JD/LLB at Windsor, but I am remaining positive and hopeful 🙂 )

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Hi John,

I hope you’re having a great summer. I wanted to let you know that I have been admitted to Osgoode and I start in September. I am so excited and I had to tell you as you have been such a helpful and insightful part of this journey. I appreciate your lsat teachings and all of your fabulous advice.

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