Best LSAT Test Prep Tutoring in Singapore

LSAT Tutoring in Singapore

Do you want to get a competitive edge over other law school applicants? With the world-ranked law program at the National University of Singapore, the school has to be highly selective about who can gain entry. To strengthen your application and stand out in a tall stack of applications on the admissions desk, a high LSAT score is going to make a very strong impression. The LSAT exam is a standardized measure of aptitude, loaded with the logic and critical reasoning skills that you'll need to excel during this rigorous education. Ideally, if you can land a score in the top percentile – especially over 170 – you are establishing a yardstick for your future aptitude to achieve.

If you want to ensure that you are properly prepared for the exam, register for private tutoring sessions with Manhattan Review. We have chosen the very best, most qualified tutors who will guide you through our highly customizable course syllabus. With our in-depth familiarity with how the exam works and the one-on-one support of a talented instructor, you can cover all the material in a shorter period of time. Plus, your tutor will help you navigate through any areas of difficulty so you can overcome obstacles to your point-scoring potential. Whatever your first choice school and ultimate career goals, your LSAT score is a key starting point for your life in the legal industry.

With private tutoring, you can get the highest quality individualized test prep tailored to meet your unique learning needs. With LSAT practice tests available with your tutor and home, you'll become better equipped with the tactics and strategies. On examination day, nothing should come as a surprise. Year after year, we've noticed some consistent patterns and recurring trends in the nature of the questions. Once you're exposed to the exams, you'll start to see them as well. Before long, you will approach this test with the confidence to perform well and the knowledge to answer more questions correctly.

Get into the top schools of your choice in Singapore or anywhere else! Since 1999, Manhattan Review has successfully supported students who went on to Harvard, the University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, Yale, New York University, Stanford, the University of Melbourne, Columbia, University of Chicago, the University of Hong Kong, and so forth. What do all these global programs have in common? The programs are so prestigious that graduates already have a firm footing in the legal field when they receive their diplomas. Meet some of our private tutors to get the best LSAT test prep services in Singapore now.

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

Singapore

Primary Course Venue:

Hilton Singapore
581 Orchard Road
Singapore SG 238883, Singapore

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

Meet a Singapore LSAT Tutor: Wei Li

An alumnus of Singapore Management University, Wei Li focuses on dispute resolution work, specifically on the subject of international commercial arbitration. His role shifted such that he was teaching a course at the university level on legal research and writing. This role in the Adjunct Faculty evolved into freelance writing for a variety of publications. Finding academia to be richly rewarding and mentally stimulating, Wei Li joined our staff of LSAT test prep tutors in Singapore.

As a powerfully effective private tutor, he is able to put his experience as a JD and an enthusiastic educator to work for students seeking top scores. If you want to gain entry to prominent graduate programs specializing in Law, Wei Li can share insights from his own experience as he guides you through our customizable course syllabus. He even helps students overcome obstacles by taking the time to review LSAT practice exams for the logic behind incorrect answers. By breaking down the reasoning, he feels that students learn not just what the answer is, but also why. It probably comes as no surprise that Wei Li's interest in how things work make him an excellent handyman, always doing a new project around the house or working under the hood of his vintage car.