Ben Taylor

Washington, DC
TEACHES

GRE

EDUCATION
  • William and Mary
  • William and Mary (JD)
BIO

Ben Taylor has an undergraduate and law degree from William and Mary. He has scored a 179 on the LSAT, a 780 on the GMAT, and a 167Q/170V on the GRE.

After Ben graduated from college with a degree in government, he headed south to Daytona Beach, Florida and attended the Harry Wendelstedt School for Umpires. Like most of his classmates, he was not selected for a job in professional baseball. So, he headed back to Williamsburg, Virginia and spent the next three years in law school. He is an active member of the Virginia State Bar.

Ben has held a plethora of different jobs over the years as he has meandered in and out of the legal field. He has been a tour guide at the United States Capitol building, defended clients in Virginia state courts, worked at the Virginia General Assembly, and even traveled the country with the San Diego Chicken (one of the great entrepreneurs of the modern sports era)!

He has also been privileged to serve in the U.S. Army Reserve, including deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, and Djibouti. The most rewarding part of Ben’s Army career was his work as a legal assistance attorney for his fellow soldiers during his time in Afghanistan.

Ben discovered a ‘sweet spot’ that utilized his unusual combination of skills and experiences when he began teaching individuals who were preparing for standardized tests. The classroom experience is energizing for Ben, and he strives to make it a highlight for his students as well.