LSAT Private Tutoring in Sydney (Australia)
Sydney applicants to U.S. law schools can take their performance on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) to the next level with Manhattan Review's LSAT prep services. We are an experienced and respected test prep company whose offerings for local students include on-site LSAT prep courses, online LSAT instruction, and private LSAT tutoring. Our customized LSAT tutoring is the most effective available means of preparation, featuring personalized attention from a highly qualified LSAT tutor and didactic methods based on such individual student characteristics as LSAT strengths and weaknesses, prior academic experience, preferred learning style, personality, and cultural background. Manhattan Review has been a trusted test prep resource for clients in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia since 1999, and unlike our competitors, we are a company primarily dedicated to the test prep needs of students outside the United States. Our LSAT tutoring and prep classes quite simply get results that far exceed any other available method of preparing for the LSAT.
The LSAT derives its legitimacy from its long history, its perceived predictive value, and its association with law school rankings. First administered in 1948, the LSAT was established as a means of assessing students from a wide variety of academic backgrounds. By the early 1950s, the LSAT was given to approximately 6,750 applicants to 22 law schools, and these numbers steadily grew to 114,000 annual test-takers and 198 law schools by the turn of the 21st century. The skills assessed on the LSAT include analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, reading comprehension, and writing. How successfully the LSAT forecasts performance in law school has been a matter of some debate, but for current law school applicants, the crucial issue is the fact that it is thought to do so. This is demonstrated by the weight that admissions committees give to the test, which can reportedly range anywhere from 30% to 70% of an application. Law school rankings are affected by the median LSAT scores of accepted students. Institutions therefore have a vested interest in competing for the applicants with the highest LSAT scores, as this can only enhance institutional prestige. Law school applicants would be wise, for all of these reasons, to perform as well as possible on the LSAT.
Manhattan Review's LSAT private tutoring and prep courses are distinguished by student success in terms of law school acceptance. Manhattan Review's LSAT clients have reached their goals of studying at New York University School of Law, Georgetown University Law Center, Cornell University Law School, the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, Stanford University Law School, and almost every other highly ranked program. Elite legal training usually results in lucrative job offers, and our past students have accepted rewarding and well-paid positions at law firms, in private industry, and in civil service. Mayer Brown, K&L Gates, and Ropes & Gray are some of the firms to hire former Manhattan Review clients, and we have also helped prepare future staff attorneys for Fortune 500 companies such as Fannie Mae, International Paper, and Northrup Grumman, in addition to federal, state, and local government agencies. Get accepted to law school with Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses and private tutoring, and you'll look forward to a bright legal future.
LSAT Private Tutoring
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)
Sheraton on the Park
161 Elizabeth Street
Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
Phone: +61 2 8417 2051
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Nelson B. was born, raised, and educated in the Washington, DC area. A product of the public schools in Fairfax County, Virginia, he completed his bachelor's degree in communications at American University and his law degree at Georgetown University Law Center. His LSAT score of 172 started an LSAT tutoring career that has now been active for nine years. He is also a respected legal researcher, a job that has allowed him to indulge his love of travel.
Nelson has lived and worked in Sydney since 2015, and his local tutoring clients are effusive in their praise of his teaching talents. "I tried to study for the LSAT on my own, but my scores were average," remembered one student. "Nelson's tutoring showed me how to break through what I thought was my LSAT ceiling, and I later got accepted to the law school of my dreams." In his spare time, Nelson avoids homesickness by following all of the Washington sports teams, especially the Wizards, and he even plays basketball himself on occasion.