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Maximilian Clark

LSAT Wizard; Grad tests are afraid of his students.

About Maximilian

Education:

Bachelors, Political Science, Western Michigan University

Bachelors, Creative Writing, Western Michigan University

Subject Specialities:

ACT, LSAT

Bio:

Maximilian Clark has been a professional tutor since he was fourteen years old (which means his tutoring career is now old enough to vote). Throughout his career, he's taught math, English, writing, history, physics, juggling, theatre, improv, html coding, editing, public speaking and test prep for ISEE, APs, SAT, ACT, GRE, and GMAT for students ranging from ages 4 to 65. However his one, enduring love has been the LSAT. After he took the test for fun back in 2011, he began working for the Princeton Review and quickly distinguished himself as one of their top LSAT talents. You read that correctly: he took the LSAT for fun. He insists to all of his students (and the Princeton Review office staff) that it is really a blast to take, once you master the basics of it. Max is a gigantic nerd.

This genuine love of the subject matter is the foundation for his students' success. Max firmly believes that it is easier to improve in a subject if you can find some fun in it and has made a career out of taking the pain out of test-prep.  He also has a deep and evolving knowledge of the subject matter he teaches and meets students at their level using their optimal learning modality. Over the years he has shepherded thousands of students along the path to their goal schools.

When not unlocking the mysteries of logic games or geometry for Princeton Review, Max works in film as a writer and producer. He is co-owner of Punching Up Productions which makes silly films for silly people. He is also an avid bike rider and in warm months, he apologizes for being sweaty in your tutoring session.