LSAT Prep Courses in Cambridge (Massachusetts)

LSAT Prep Courses in Cambridge

It's no secret that the Law School Admission Test, or LSAT, is an incredibly difficult test. But here at Manhattan Review, we've taken the stress and guesswork out of preparing for this potentially life-changing exam by breaking it down in ways that allow our students to obtain top LSAT scores. If you're planning on taking this test, let us help you the way we've helped countless other future lawyers, deconstructing concepts and explaining tried-and-true test-taking strategies. We are proud to offer classroom-style group courses, private tutoring, as well as online instruction at times that are most convenient for you. If you are seeking admission to a world-class law school, it is crucial to score in the top percentiles of the LSAT. While the pressure is undeniable, there's no point making yourself more anxious by wasting your valuable time attempting to piece together a study plan you hope is useful. Let our knowledgeable and personable instructors help you the same way they have helped other students obtain the scores they needed to attend the law school of their dreams. At Manhattan Review, we've created an in-depth, industry-leading test prep method, and our educational and instructional services help clients in Cambridge and the greater Boston area gain offers of admission to the leading law schools in the United States. 

Manhattan Review has been offering effective and respected test prep materials and resources since 1999, and we pair our students with the most accomplished instructors in the business. Our tutors routinely work with a diverse group of clients, ranging from students just out of undergrad to established professionals seeking a pay raise, promotion, or simply to advance their careers in a new and exciting direction. We are honored to be Cambridge's most flexible, results-driven, and comprehensive provider of LSAT instruction. Whether you learn best by being around others, prefer to work one-on-one with a private tutor, or require the flexibility of online courses, we are certain to have a program that's just right for you.

The LSAT is purposefully designed to assess the skills required for the first year of law school. These skills include reading comprehension, reasoning, and writing. LSAT scores fall in a range between 120 to 180, with the median score being approximately 152. A median score, however, will not be enough to secure acceptance to a top-tier law school, and competitive scores generally fall in the 160s to 170s. The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) is the organization responsible for the administration of the LSAT, and they regularly track and report statistical information about those who take the test, analyzing their information as a whole while also dividing test-takers into subgroups. According to the LSAC, among the most respected law schools, successful applicants have an LSAT score in the 170s. In order to be competitive for the highest-ranking law schools, it is necessary to do well on the LSAT. Here at Manhattan Review, we can help you master all sections of the test, improving your reading comprehension and reasoning abilities while also strengthening your critical writing skills. 

Our unique test prep services are perfect for wherever you are on your academic and/or professional journey. We will meet you where you're at, identifying your learning strengths while also helping you overcome any areas of weakness that might negatively affect your LSAT performance. We offer courses at different times to best suit your individual needs, and you can be confident there is a daytime, evening, or weekend course that will fit your schedule and help you prepare for the LSAT in an effective and efficient way. Those clients who work with Manhattan Review consistently obtain the highest scores on the LSAT and are regularly admitted to the best law schools around the world, including Harvard University, Stanford University, Cambridge University, Yale University, Oxford University, the University of California at Berkeley, Vanderbilt University, the University of Texas at Austin, Georgetown University, Cornell University, New York University, Princeton University, and elsewhere. 

Our LSAT prep courses are intentionally designed for students seeking the highest possible scores on this exam who are motivated and ready to learn. If you want to attend a leading law school, make an investment in yourself and ensure your application stands out with an LSAT score that immediately sets you apart from other applicants. We have taken the time to analyze and deconstruct the LSAT, then used our knowledge to develop a comprehensive study syllabus that is unparalleled in the test industry. We are pleased to offer this unsurpassed instructional resource to students in the Cambridge area, helping them achieve their own law school success. 

Cambridge students know that you need every advantage possible when living in the greater Boston metropolitan area. Having an impressive resume allows you to stand out in this hyper-competitive marketplace, giving you control over where you live and work and putting you in charge of your life and career. In today's global economy, it is not enough to have simply attended any law school…you need to attend the best law school you possibly can. Attending law school is about so much more than writing briefs or participating in mock trials…it's about the instruction you receive and the professional connections you make with both peers and professors, connections that can be incredibly important when it comes to finding a job after law school. Whether you plan to practice law in Cambridge, Boston, the East Coast, or intend to relocate elsewhere, Manhattan Review is here to help you achieve the success you deserve by attending a leading law school.

LSAT In-Person Classic

28 hours in total, Class Course, In-Person

  • LSAT Classic Course

    Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • Start: Jul 20, 2024

    End: Sep 07, 2024

    5 days left to start

  • Saturdays

    12:00 PM - 03:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

  • LSAT Classic Course

    Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • Start: Aug 04, 2024

    End: Sep 22, 2024

    20 days left to start

  • Sundays

    03:00 PM - 06:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

    $1,490.00

    Early Booker

  • LSAT Classic Course

    Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • Start: Aug 17, 2024

    End: Oct 05, 2024

    33 days left to start

  • Saturdays

    12:00 PM - 03:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

    $1,490.00

    Early Booker

  • LSAT Classic Course

    Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • Start: Sep 01, 2024

    End: Oct 20, 2024

    48 days left to start

  • Sundays

    03:00 PM - 06:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

    $1,490.00

    Early Booker

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 Cambridge - 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)

Meet a Cambridge LSAT Tutor: Esther C.

Esther C. grew up in New York City and visited family regularly in Boston. "I love this part of the U.S.," she says. "My family travels a lot because we've got tons of aunts, uncles, and cousins, but there's no place like the East Coast." As a child and well into her teens, Esther spent most of her free time in various synagogue-related activities. "My faith is incredibly important to me, and I've seen and experienced all kinds of religious discrimination more times than I care to remember." Esther admits she always possessed a very strong sense of right and wrong and from an early age she was quick to stand up for those being mistreated, especially when it involved their religious freedom. "From the time I was old enough to understand what my father did every day, I knew I wanted to be a lawyer, just like him, doing my part to bring justice to a very unjust world." 

Esther worked incredibly hard in high school, writing for her school newspaper, participating in drama and debate clubs, and working on the yearbook committee. Her diligence earned her admission to Johns Hopkins University, much to her family's pride and delight, and she graduated with double majors in political science and psychology. Knowing she wanted to attend the best law school possible, Esther participated in group prep classes, which she supplemented with online instruction a couple of times a month. "I was so impressed with my instructor," she recalls. "He knew everything, and he was so passionate about helping us so we could go out and help others through our chosen careers." Esther's hard work paid off, and she was accepted to Yale University Law School. "I'll never forget the look on my family's faces when I gave them Yale sweatshirts," she grins. "My dad started crying and my mom started taking pictures and texting them to everyone she knew." 

After graduating from law school, Esther joined a firm in Boston that allowed her to focus on defending people who had been discriminated against because of their religious beliefs or practices, and she quickly established herself as an expert and a force to be reckoned with. While Esther loved being in a fast-paced courtroom, she missed the sense of comradery she'd felt while preparing for the LSAT with other students. "I'd done some student teaching during law school," she shares, "and I was eager to find ways to help others who wanted to pursue a legal career." Esther reached out to Manhattan Review about the possibility of tutoring students preparing for the LSAT, and she joined the team in 2016. 

Esther immediately set herself apart as an organized planner with an innate skill at explaining things in a way that was easy to understand and remember. There is regularly a waitlist for her LSAT prep courses, and students appreciate her patience, sense of humor, and ability to use examples from her own life when helping them master test questions. When she isn't helping the next generation of law students, Esther is active in her local synagogue, hosts a weekly potluck for friends and family, and is working on learning Hebrew "in honor of my heritage and to ensure important traditions are never lost."

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