Naz Akbari

Naz Akbari - LSATMax Author

Nazaneen [Naz] Akbari graduated from UC Berkeley in 2009 with a dual degree in English Literature (concentration in Shakespearean Literature) and French Language. The first time she ever took a practice LSAT test she scored a 145 and raised it to a 175 through hard work and practice. Since then she has been an LSAT instructor and private tutor.

Naz has always had a penchant for standardized tests and finds happiness in helping others raise their LSAT scores. Naz lives in Los Angeles and is a real-life starving artist trying to find success as a novelist. In her free time she likes to bake, paint and read anything she can get her mitts on.

More posts by Naz


Cafes— Los Angeles, Part 1

For those of my LSAT students who live in Los Angeles, lend me your ear! For the rest of you, sit...


Cafes— Berkeley, Part 1

So we dipped our toes into the vast waters of cafes in Los Angeles that are conducive for LSAT pr...


Relaxation Is Key | LSATMax Test Prep

The June LSAT is officially one week away. I want you to remember that your best friend this week...


Reading Comprehension: Friend Not Foe

So we’ve got one section down, only five more to go! Let’s introduce you now to the dreaded Readi...


Mascots You’d Be Able to Indict | LSATMax Prep

Since it’s finally Friday again, I thought we could bring some levity into our LSAT prep today! I...


LSAT Dreams

I don’t know about you, but, I remember come a week before the LSAT, I’d wake up from the crazies...


LSAT Prep Concept: the Sufficient & Necessary Statement

I hope you are all in the midst of your LSAT prep. You may think there’s still a lot of time till...


Guard Against Flawed Logic Shrapnel | LSATMax LSAT Prep

Dearest LSAT-studiers, today, I’d like to talk a bit more about flawed logic and its occurrence i...


More Than You Bargained: The LSAT Exam, A Constant Giver | LSATMax Prep

I was catching up on some news sites I frequent after a vacation to Europe and I happened upon an...


Shave Off A Whole Year of Your Law School Life | LSATMax

How does two years to get your J.D. sound instead of one? Would you rather save a year of law sch...