B.A., Political Science, Columbia University
Steve Schwartz is a full-time professional LSAT instructor based in New York City. He has taught the LSAT since 2005 and scored 175 on the LSAT.
Steve has written over one thousand articles on his website, the LSAT Blog. He also hosts the LSAT Unplugged YouTube channel and podcast, featuring free online classes, interviews, and discussions.
Steve earned his B.A. in Political Science from Columbia University. He decided not to go to law school after achieving a score of 175 on the LSAT, choosing to teach it instead.
Steve is the author of several LSAT guides, cheat sheets, checklists, and explanations for over one thousand official LSAT questions. He has also written several of his own unofficial LSAT Logic Games and has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and U.S. News.
Steve is also the instructor of a series of Live Online and On-Demand LSAT courses on Logic Games, Logical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension.
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