Best LSAT Test Prep Tutoring in Jakarta (Indonesia)
Manhattan Review's private tutoring for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is the most effective and efficient method of LSAT preparation found anywhere in Jakarta. We offer individual LSAT learning plans that address any possible combination of LSAT preparation issues, and tutoring sessions can be oriented around the schedules of our students. Manhattan Review's LSAT tutors are dedicated educators with outstanding academic and legal credentials, and they possess an intimate understanding of the special challenges that the LSAT poses for international students in Jakarta and other world cities. We are a company focused on the international market for test prep, and can therefore give our international clients better service than test prep companies that primarily teach American students. Since our company's founding in 1999 by an immigrant to the United States, we have successfully taught countless students around the world how to succeed on the LSAT and the other major standardized university admission tests.
LSAT preparation is complicated by a number of issues. First of all, the rules of LSAT administration stipulate that a student cannot take the test more than three times over a two-year period, and scores from all test attempts (not only the highest) are reported to law school admissions committees. Secondly, the LSAT itself is a complex exam that tests analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, reading comprehension, and writing, requiring test-takers to develop a broad set of skills. Most significantly, law schools give their applicants' LSAT scores considerable weight in the application process due to a variety of internal and external factors. For all of these reasons, it is of vital importance that prospective law students adequately prepare for the LSAT and receive high scores on their first official test attempt. Manhattan Review's private LSAT tutoring features targeted skill development as well as verification of skill acquisition through practice tests, giving our students confidence in their abilities when they take the LSAT officially.
The law school acceptances of Manhattan Review's LSAT clients validate our tutoring practices. Our LSAT students have been accepted to elite private law schools such as Yale, Columbia, and Duke as well as respected public law schools such as the University of Michigan, the University of Virginia, and the University of California - Berkeley. Many of these students have completed their JDs and are currently lawyers in a variety of legal specialties. We're proud of the legal careers now pursued by our former students, which include positions at prestigious law firms such as Davis, Polk & Wardwell; Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom; Covington & Burling; and Latham & Watkins. We are also pleased to report that many of our former LSAT clients are now public advocates and civil servants devoted to the improvement of society. Contact us right away for more information on how we can help you get started on a future of academic and professional achievement.
LSAT Private Tutoring
JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta
Jalan Lingkar Mega Kuningan Kav. E No. 1-2 Kuningan Timur
Jakarta 12950, Indonesia
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Martina F. is originally from Argentina, where she completed her undergraduate studies in economics at the Universidad de Buenos Aires. She is a former Manhattan Review LSAT tutoring client, which she credits with raising her LSAT score by nearly 20 points to 171. This elite score level helped her get accepted to the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she finished her JD in the top 10% of her class.
Martina has been an LSAT tutor for various companies and independently since 2010. A high percentage of her students have received LSAT scores of 170 or above, and have been accepted to most of the law schools at the top of the national rankings. She is also a staff member at a Jakarta charitable foundation that offers legal services for English and Spanish-speaking immigrants. In her spare time, Martina enjoys listening to music in local nightclubs, playing golf, and sewing blankets for her family and friends.