I'm sure there are other great LSAT tutors out there. However, here's what I can tell you:
When I have a tutoring session scheduled with you, I spend at least an hour preparing, and more often it's 2 hours, or even up to 3 hours. I review the practice test results you've sent me—and I don't mean just counting up how many of this question type or that question type you got wrong—anyone can do that. I actually dig into the specific answers you chose and the conceptual gaps they reveal in your understanding. I hand-pick other LSAT problems that involve those same issues to help you see how those specific concepts recur in a variety of contexts. What do the other tutors you're considering do?
During our session, I listen to how you think through the logical reasoning problems you found tough to see exactly where your understanding was flawed or where your process went wrong. We come up with simple examples and analogies together to help you internalize the right understanding, and we identify steps you can take to avoid similar mistakes.
I study how you approach a logic game—how you diagram, what you notice and don't notice, and where your habits or strategy are lacking. Then we improve that approach piece by piece and practice it until it's automatic.
And if we work on reading comprehension, I examine how you break down a passage, what you find important, and how you reason through the questions and answers. Based on what I find, we may, for example, practice a new way of reading, or we might train more efficient ways of getting rid of wrong answers on which you wasted time.
Throughout our sessions I'll push you to explain and to refine your thinking at every step. I'll inspire you to understand your mistakes well enough to teach someone else exactly how to avoid them. And, if we happen to need a bit more time than scheduled to make sure you really get a concept, or to answer your lingering questions, I'll take that time at no charge, instead of ending our session. What do the other tutors you're considering do?
After each session, I may follow up with additional examples or assignments to hammer home what you learned, and, you can ask me questions by email afterward, including substantive ones about actual LSAT problems and concepts. What do the other tutors you're considering do?
If they don't do all of the things I described above, why would you settle for less?