LSAT Private Tutoring in Melbourne (Australia)

Manhattan Review's customized tutoring for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is the best available to Melbourne students considering law school in the United States. One-on-one tutoring is widely considered the most effective means of preparing for the LSAT, which presents a series of daunting challenges. Manhattan Review's Melbourne tutors are veteran educators, legal professionals, and graduates of the best academic programs, with countless successful law school applicants to their credit. They provide personalized service that addresses individual strengths, weaknesses, and learning style to produce superior results. Self-study methods and tutors of questionable credentials may be less expensive, but Manhattan Review is a test prep company you can trust with your future. Contact us today, and we'll create a learning program based on your specific needs and match you with a tutor who teaches the way you like to learn.

Manhattan Review's private LSAT tutoring and LSAT prep classes have gotten our students accepted to many of the best law schools in the United States. Our clients have studied at Yale Law School, the University of Chicago Law School, the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, and several other highly selective programs. Current lawyers at prominent firms such as Jones Day, Kirkland & Ellis, and White & Case have given our company much of the credit for their successful law school applications. We've helped start hundreds of legal careers, and we'd like to do the same for you.

Law school admissions are extremely competitive, with law school applications outpacing available seats by a wide margin. Almost all respectable programs therefore reject far more applicants than they admit. The acceptance rate at the University of Notre Dame Law School, for example, is slightly above 37%. Approximately 19% of Columbia University Law School applicants are successful, and the number for the University of California, Davis School of Law is a miniscule 5.5%. Median LSAT scores for admitted students paint an accurate picture of acceptable performance on the exam. Students at Harvard Law School received a median score of 173 out of 180. At the University of Virginia Law School and Georgetown Law Center, the median LSAT scores are 169 and 167 respectively. If you want to meet these high admissions criteria, you'll need the best LSAT prep you can get. Manhattan Review's LSAT tutoring and prep classes will help ensure that your LSAT scores are a cut above the competition.

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
LSAT Prep Course Melbourne - Photo of Student Simone

Hello, I just wanted to let you know that the current class that i am taking is really helping my studies. George has been a great help and I thank you for fitting the class into my busy schedule.
- Simone (This student prepared for the LSAT with us)


Primary Course Venue:

Sofitel Melbourne
25 Collins Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia

Phone: +61 3 9001 6618

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

Meet a Melbourne LSAT Tutor: Carla L.

Carla L., who is originally from Melbourne, is of mixed European and Aborigine heritage. She is a graduate of Monash University and the University of Florida's Levin College of Law. She lived in Florida for five years after graduation from law school, working with the state's Native American population on issues related to fair housing and workplace discrimination and teaching in a school on the Big Cypress Indian Reservation. She returned to Melbourne in 2011, and carved out a career as a legal advocate for the city's immigrant population and LSAT tutor for Manhattan Review.

Carla's students often comment on how her social conscience informs her teaching. "It is quite obvious to me that Carla really cares about her work," according to a former client who is now a law student at the University of Texas. "Her experience as an advocate for the underprivileged could not help but give her tutoring a strong component of empathy." Carla and her Japanese-Peruvian husband have a truly multi-cultural family, with two daughters and a son. The family enjoys taking weekend trips to the beach, hiking, and playing Scrabble.