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LSAT Instructor The instructor will be responsible for teaching concepts and techniques, analyzing questions, and leading class discussions. Must have a 99th percentile score on a recent Law Services-administered LSAT (qualifying scores are 173 to 180 on the current scale; 171 to 180 prior to June '05; and 46 to 48 on the 1980s scale). All the training needed will be provided. Note: Instructor pay rates begin at $25 per hour. Schedules are extremely flexible and there a...
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Boise ID, USA
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LSAT Instructor The instructor will be responsible for teaching concepts and techniques, analyzing questions, and leading class discussions. Must have a 99th percentile score on a recent Law Services-administered LSAT (qualifying scores are 173 to 180 on the current scale; 171 to 180 prior to June '05; and 46 to 48 on the 1980s scale). All the training needed will be provided. Note: Instructor pay rates begin at $25 per hour. Schedules are extremely flexible and there a...
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Provo UT, USA
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LSAT Instructor The instructor will be responsible for teaching concepts and techniques, analyzing questions, and leading class discussions. Must have a 99th percentile score on a recent Law Services-administered LSAT (qualifying scores are 173 to 180 on the current scale; 171 to 180 prior to June '05; and 46 to 48 on the 1980s scale). All the training needed will be provided. Note: Instructor pay rates begin at $25 per hour. Schedules are extremely flexible and there a...
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Columbus OH, USA
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LSAT Instructor The instructor will be responsible for teaching concepts and techniques, analyzing questions, and leading class discussions. Must have a 99th percentile score on a recent Law Services-administered LSAT (qualifying scores are 173 to 180 on the current scale; 171 to 180 prior to June '05; and 46 to 48 on the 1980s scale). All the training needed will be provided. Note: Instructor pay rates begin at $25 per hour. Schedules are extremely flexible and there a...
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Houston TX, USA
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LSAT Instructor The instructor will be responsible for teaching concepts and techniques, analyzing questions, and leading class discussions. Must have a 99th percentile score on a recent Law Services-administered LSAT (qualifying scores are 173 to 180 on the current scale; 171 to 180 prior to June '05; and 46 to 48 on the 1980s scale). All the training needed will be provided. Note: Instructor pay rates begin at $25 per hour. Schedules are extremely flexible and there a...
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Providence RI, USA
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LSAT Instructor The instructor will be responsible for teaching concepts and techniques, analyzing questions, and leading class discussions. Must have a 99th percentile score on a recent Law Services-administered LSAT (qualifying scores are 173 to 180 on the current scale; 171 to 180 prior to June '05; and 46 to 48 on the 1980s scale). All the training needed will be provided. Note: Instructor pay rates begin at $25 per hour. Schedules are extremely flexible and there a...
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San Diego CA, USA
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LSAT Instructor The instructor will be responsible for teaching concepts and techniques, analyzing questions, and leading class discussions. Must have a 99th percentile score on a recent Law Services-administered LSAT (qualifying scores are 173 to 180 on the current scale; 171 to 180 prior to June '05; and 46 to 48 on the 1980s scale). All the training needed will be provided. Note: Instructor pay rates begin at $25 per hour. Schedules are extremely flexible and there a...
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Dallas TX, USA
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LSAT Instructor The instructor will be responsible for teaching concepts and techniques, analyzing questions, and leading class discussions. Must have a 99th percentile score on a recent Law Services-administered LSAT (qualifying scores are 173 to 180 on the current scale; 171 to 180 prior to June '05; and 46 to 48 on the 1980s scale). All the training needed will be provided. Note: Instructor pay rates begin at $25 per hour. Schedules are extremely flexible and there a...
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Jacksonville FL, USA
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LSAT Instructor The instructor will be responsible for teaching concepts and techniques, analyzing questions, and leading class discussions. Must have a 99th percentile score on a recent Law Services-administered LSAT (qualifying scores are 173 to 180 on the current scale; 171 to 180 prior to June '05; and 46 to 48 on the 1980s scale). All the training needed will be provided. Note: Instructor pay rates begin at $25 per hour. Schedules are extremely flexible and there a...
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Santa Barbara CA, USA
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LSAT Instructor The instructor will be responsible for teaching concepts and techniques, analyzing questions, and leading class discussions. Must have a 99th percentile score on a recent Law Services-administered LSAT (qualifying scores are 173 to 180 on the current scale; 171 to 180 prior to June '05; and 46 to 48 on the 1980s scale). All the training needed will be provided. Note: Instructor pay rates begin at $25 per hour. Schedules are extremely flexible and there a...
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