frequently asked questions

Please see below for the answer to some  commonly asked questions about my ScoreItUp LSAT Prep courses. If you have  additional questions, please do not hesitate to email me at I look forward to hearing from you!

How do I enroll?

Please go to Enroll or Course Schedules. Select the course you want and you will be guided through the process to the “Checkout” station.  Fill in the information and you’re done!  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at You can pay by check, cash or online with a credit card, debit card or PayPal account. Payment plans can be arranged, if necessary.

How is ScoreItUp able to offer more and charge less?

That’s an easy one! By refusing to use part-time student instructors to teach, I cut out the middleman. That allows me to offer you more instruction hours, superior quality, and lower prices. Quite simply, I don’t spend your money to recruit, hire, train, replace, re-recruit, re-hire, and re-train hourly instructors…and cutting out the middleman also allows me to minimize advertising costs. Those savings are passed directly back to you in the form of better prices and more substantive instruction.

Where can I get more information about ScoreItUp’s courses?

ScoreItUp’s 24/7 online video class is available anytime and anywhere, from the comfort of your own home!  ScoreItUp’s live classes are offered year-round (Spring, Summer and Fall) in Orange County.  You can go to Course Schedules to find the dates and times of ScoreItUp live classes. Please go to Course Information for a detailed description of the content and prices of ScoreItUp’s online video and live classes, and the variety of options offered.

Which length course should I take?

If you are taking a live course, you should try to take my full-length “180” course.  If you can’t start when the full-length “180” course begins, you should take my full-length “hybrid” course (it’s the identical course, you will just need to watch the first few lessons on video). ScoreItUp’s Introductory course is for students who only have time (or want) to take the initial course lessons.  My online video course options are based on the length of time you would like online access – you get all the same “goodies” with any online option, so it’s just a question of whether you want 1-month, 3-month, or 9-month access.  Whichever option you choose, I believe you will find my live and online courses to be extremely helpful! For more details, please go to Course Information.

What is ScoreItUp’s refund policy?

You may receive a full refund of their live course fee, less a $75 administrative fee, if I receive written notice (e-mail notice is fine) of the cancellation at least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to the first meeting of the your live course (and before receiving a password for online access).

What if I have individual questions or wish individual tutoring?

In my live courses you will have extensive opportunities to ask questions during lessons, and to e-mail questions to me during the course. If you are taking either my live or online video course you can purchase supplemental tutoring (in person or telephonically) at a reduced rate.  Please see LSAT Tutoring for more information.

How can I compare ScoreItUp’s courses to the competition?

Please go to Course Comparison to see how ScoreItUp’s courses, instructor and prices compare to the competition as a result of “cutting out the middleman.” There will be one word to describe the difference: “WOW!”

How do I purchase additional LSATs beyond the ones already included?

You probably won’t need it, considering all of the practice LSATs I provide you in my live courses! Also, because I give you physical copies of the exams and answers, you don’t “lose access” after the course is over.  However, if you want even more practice LSATs, I can assist you in getting additional practice LSATs for a nominal price. Please contact me at for more details.

Will I be harmed by taking ScoreItUp in addition to another preparatory course?

There clearly are better and worse ways to prepare for the LSAT.  If you weren’t satisfied with your prior LSAT Prep experience, please give my course a try – numerous students have done exactly that, and consistently state that they are very glad they did!