Best LSAT Test Prep Tutoring in Manila

LSAT Tutoring in Manila

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a challenging assessment that is required for admission to most law schools in the United States. Manila applicants to U.S. law schools can raise their scores on the LSAT and dramatically improve their prospects with Manhattan Review's LSAT private tutoring and LSAT prep courses. We are a test prep company that has been providing effective LSAT prep to aspiring U.S. law students in cities around the world since 1999. Our company understands the importance of the LSAT to the law school admissions process and the unique academic and cultural needs of international U.S. law school applicants. Manhattan Review's track record includes acceptances to Harvard Law School, Georgetown Law Center, the University of California's Hastings College of the Law, Vanderbilt Law School, and many other widely respected programs. Our LSAT prep services quite simply get results for thousands of students worldwide.

Virtually everyone agrees that adequate preparation is essential to successful performance on the LSAT. Manhattan Review's LSAT private tutoring is the most effective method of LSAT preparation available due to the personalized nature of our instruction. Our LSAT tutoring is custom-designed according to each individual student's academic background, LSAT strengths and weaknesses, preferred learning style, and cultural assets. This approach maximizes the effectiveness and efficiency of our instruction, leading to LSAT scores that outpace the competition. Prospective law students should not underestimate the importance of LSAT scores to law school applications. The most highly ranked law schools generally have the highest average LSAT scores for their accepted students, and an LSAT score below 160 usually precludes acceptance to law schools ranked in the top 40. Manhattan Review's private LSAT tutoring gives our students the targeted instruction necessary to reach the LSAT scores associated with these high admission standards.

Manhattan Review's past LSAT prep students have experienced real-world success in large numbers. Our former clients have been hired by top law firms, private businesses, government agencies, and many other types of organizations. Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; Weil, Gotshal & Manges; Holland & Knight; and Bryan Cave are just a few of the prominent law firms at which former Manhattan Review students have secured positions. Our past students contribute to the legal departments at Fortune 500 companies, such as Microsoft, Wells Fargo, Home Depot, and State Farm Insurance, and they've gone into public service at government agencies and at organizations devoted to public advocacy. Regardless of your professional goals, Manhattan Review has almost certainly helped other people follow similar career paths. Contact us today, and let's discuss our services and what we can do for your future success.

LSAT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

LSAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online

Manila

Primary Course Venue:

Diamond Hotel Philippines
Roxas Boulevard
Manila, Luzon 1300, Philippines

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Manila LSAT Tutor: Carlos D.

Carlos D. was born and raised in Manila. He went to the United States for his tertiary education, and is a graduate of the University of Oregon and the University of Southern California's Gould School of Law. He is currently a member of the legal department at a Manila export/import firm, and is a part-time LSAT tutor for Manhattan Review. His teaching experience also includes briefing employees on legal issues associated with their company's business interests in the USA.

Carlos teaches LSAT prep in order to keep his legal skills sharp and to help other Filipinos replicate his success at a top American law school. "As a well-compensated employee of a large corporation, I don't do this for the money," he says. "Teaching is a form of persuasion, and the frequent practice I get through tutoring helps me craft legal arguments. I can also empathize with my students, since I've faced similar challenges, and I enjoy playing a part in their achievement."