Low cost LSAT, GMAT, GRE Strategy CoursesSmall classes limited to 20 persons.Unconditional Free Repeat policy.Simple solutions to all LSAT Logic Games since 1991.Complete GRE Vocabulary Frequency List.Easy GMAT Grammar Guide and idiom tips for Sentence ...read more...
Low cost LSAT, GMAT, GRE Strategy CoursesSmall classes limited to 20 persons.Unconditional Free Repeat policy.Simple solutions to all LSAT Logic Games since 1991.Complete GRE Vocabulary Frequency List.Easy GMAT Grammar Guide and idiom tips for Sentence Correction. History Established in 1985. Testing for the Public offered its first Strategy Course in November 1985 in The International House at UC Berkeley with opening remarks from consumer advocate and testing critic, Ralph Nader.LSAT, GMAT and GRE Strategy Courses were first offered on the UC Berkeley campus.In the ensuing years, Strategy Courses have also been offered to the public in San Francisco, Palo Alto, Los Altos Hills, and Santa Cruz.UC Davis has sponsored LSAT Strategy Courses.GRE Strategy Courses have been sponsored by UC Berkeley, UC Santa Cruz, UC Riverside, San Francisco State University, California State University Fullerton, York College of CCNY, Delaware State University, and Chicago State University.
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After graduating cum laude from Harvard Law School, Dave began a career exploring barriers to educational opportunity for minority group students and women. He published articles in the Harvard Educational Review, the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, the Harvard Women's Law Review, the Georgetown Law Review, and the Santa Clara Law Review.In order to provide practical assistance to students, Dave founded Testing for the Public in 1985 and has taught courses continually ever since.He regularly trains outstanding students from his classes so that they can become Instructors themselves, spreading his unique insights and strategies to even more students.Dave has testified about standardized testing before the New York, California and Texas legislatures and has been a consultant to the Florida State Supreme Court and the US Department of the Army. In 2002 he testified as an expert witness for the student intervenors in the Supreme Court case of Grutter v. Bollinger.