LSAT Prep Courses in Honolulu (Hawaii)

LSAT Prep Courses in Honolulu

Are you a Honolulu-based student planning on taking the Law School Admission Test (LSAT)? If you are looking for the most effective way to optimize your study and achieve the highest score possible, look no further than the test prep experts at Manhattan Review. If you are seeking the highest quality support in order to excel on this admittedly challenging exam, the instructors at Manhattan Review are here to guide you to your own test-taking success, helping you obtain the score you need to attend the law school of your dreams. Our world-class educators have taken all the guesswork out of preparing for the LSAT, and they know just how to break down this potentially life-changing test to help you take the next step in your academic and professional journey. We are eager to assist you the same way we've assisted countless other future lawyers, deconstructing concepts and showing you how to apply tried-and-true strategies intentionally created to result in the highest scores possible. We are pleased to offer classroom-style group courses, interactive online instruction, and private tutoring options, and our services are available both in-person and online, ensuring there is always an option available at a time that is convenient for you. In order to attend a law school with instant name recognizability, it is imperative to score in the top percentiles on the LSAT, as competition to be admitted into the most prestigious law programs is stronger than ever. At Manhattan Review, we've created an in-depth, industry-leading test prep method, and our educational and instructional services help clients in Honolulu gain offers of admission to the leading law schools in the United States and around the world. 

A high LSAT score demonstrates your willingness to work hard in pursuit of your goals, as well as how seriously you take higher education and learning. The pressure to obtain such a high score is undeniable, but there's no point making yourself more anxious by wasting your valuable and limited time attempting to piece together your own study program, hoping you're covering the most relevant material. Our knowledgeable and dedicated instructors are ready to support you the same way they've supported countless other students in getting the scores they needed to make their academic and career dreams come true. Manhattan Review has been offering unsurpassed test prep resources and courses since 1999, and we are proud to pair our clients with the most sought-after tutors in the test prep business. Our tutors regularly work with a diverse group of clients, from students who just completed their undergraduate education to executives at Fortune 500 companies seeking a pay raise, promotion, or simply an opportunity to take their career in a new and exciting direction. We take our position as a leader in the standardized test prep industry seriously, offering Honolulu's most results-driven, comprehensive, and student-friendly provider of LSAT preparation instruction. Whether you prefer to learn in the company of other studious peers, require the flexibility of online instruction, or know you need the customization and personalized teaching that is only available through private tutoring, at Manhattan Review, we are certain to have a program that's just right for you and your LSAT needs. 

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. 

When it comes to preparing for the LSAT, those students who take their preparation seriously are in the best position to obtain the highest scores. Whether you have been preparing for the LSAT for months or have only just begun to think about how you will prepare, our dedicated tutors will meet you wherever your study has led you and show you how to achieve more than you ever dreamed possible. At Manhattan Review, our instructors are here to help you accelerate your learning through mastering and applying the most useful and efficient test-taking skills, in addition to ensuring you have a thorough comprehension of the content you can expect to encounter on the LSAT. Our instructors are familiar with the intricacies of this exam, having obtained their own impressive scores on this and other standardized tests, but our instructors are not simply exceptional test-takers…they are exceptional educators with strong backgrounds in teaching, learning theory, and academic achievement. Our tutors are well-versed in showing you how to apply the cognitive strengths you already possess while also teaching you how to overcome any areas of test-related weakness that could negatively impact your performance on the LSAT. Prep courses and private tutoring are available during daytime, evening, and weekend hours to accommodate even the busiest schedule. 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, Duke University, Stanford University, the University of Cambridge, Yale University, Oxford University, the University of California at Berkeley, Columbia University, Vanderbilt University, the University of Texas at Austin, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Georgetown University, the University of Chicago, Cornell University, New York University, Princeton University, and elsewhere. 

If you are a motivated student seeking the highest possible score on the LSAT, make the decision to invest in yourself and your education and consider working with a test prep professional today. There is no better way to ensure your law school application stands out than by presenting a stellar LSAT score, immediately setting yourself apart from other eager law school applicants. At Manhattan Review, we excel in taking hard-working students and providing them with everything they need to master the LSAT through our unparalleled study syllabus. Set yourself up for the success you deserve by partnering with our respected and experienced tutors to improve your LSAT score, as well as your own self-confidence in your test-taking abilities. 

Manhattan Review provides LSAT preparation that is both targeted, fitted to your individual needs, as well as comprehensive, ensuring everything you will face on the exam is covered so there are no surprises on the day of your test. Honolulu-based students know that you need every advantage possible when applying to highly competitive law programs, and Manhattan Review is ready to equip you with all the advantages you need to obtain the LSAT score of your dreams. Graduating from an impressive law school allows you to stand out in the increasingly global marketplace, giving you control over where you live and work and putting you in charge of your life and career. We encourage you to contact us today to learn more about our group courses, online instruction, and private tutoring options to find out which one is right for you and your law school needs.

LSAT In-Person Classic

28 hours in total, Class Course, In-Person

  • LSAT Classic Course

    Honolulu, Hawaii

  • Start: Apr 27, 2024

    End: Jun 15, 2024

    9 days left to start

  • Saturdays

    12:00 PM - 03:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

  • LSAT Classic Course

    Honolulu, Hawaii

  • Start: May 12, 2024

    End: Jun 30, 2024

    25 days left to start

  • Sundays

    03:00 PM - 06:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

    $1,490.00

    Early Booker

  • LSAT Classic Course

    Honolulu, Hawaii

  • Start: May 25, 2024

    End: Jul 13, 2024

    37 days left to start

  • Saturdays

    12:00 PM - 03:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

    $1,490.00

    Early Booker

  • LSAT Classic Course

    Honolulu, Hawaii

  • Start: Jun 09, 2024

    End: Jul 28, 2024

    53 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 Honolulu - 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 Honolulu LSAT Tutor: Nicholas C.

Nicholas C. was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where his father was a district attorney and his mother was a criminal defense lawyer in private practice. "I never felt any pressure to follow in my parents' footsteps," he explains. "I just came by wanting to be a lawyer naturally…I had such fond memories of discussing things like ethics, justice, and closing arguments around the dinner table. I saw how hard my parents worked to make the world a better, safer place, and I wanted to contribute to that in my own way." Nicholas grew up close to his uncle. "My Uncle Mark was always tinkering with things, trying to improve existing projects or invent new ones, and I remember one day when he developed a new type of tool for mechanics," shares Nicholas. "He applied for a patent and the day he received it was probably the happiest day of his entire life. That's when I knew I wanted to be a patent attorney…I wanted to help people like my uncle protect their creations so they'd receive the credit—and the financial compensation—they deserved." Nicholas worked very hard in high school, and his high grades, impressive extracurricular activities, and a high SAT score helped him gain admission to Tulane University.

During his time at Tulane, Nicholas accepted a part-time job with a private tutoring company, tutoring other college students in subjects that came easily to him, like English and statistics. When it came time to prepare for the LSAT, however, he switched from being a tutor to being tutored himself, working with a local test prep company to ensure he was prepared and confident on the day of his exam. "Working with a professional instructor and taking a structured prep course made a huge difference," he says. "I knew how to manage my time, and I knew how to break down even the most complicated logical reasoning question." Nicholas's hard work and dedication paid off when he scored in the 97th percentile on the LSAT, earning him offers of admission from law schools across the United States. Nicholas ultimately chose to attend Stanford University, consistently ranked one of the top three intellectual property law programs by U.S. News & World Report.

Nicholas loved his time at Stanford and after graduating, he accepted a position with a prestigious firm in the San Francisco Bay area, working with leading biotech companies on issues such as patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. After a few years, his wife was offered a promotion in her job that allowed the couple to relocate to Honolulu, and Nicholas was excited for the opportunity to take his career in a different direction, opening a private practice and working with individuals to obtain various types of patents. Nicholas also found that he missed working with students from his time as a tutor, and while he regularly mentored newer attorneys, he sought the chance to support students earlier in their careers. Nicholas obtained a master's degree in education from the University of Hawaii and began offering weekend workshops on preparing for the LSAT. When he learned about the Manhattan Review office in Honolulu, he quickly submitted an application and was almost immediately welcomed to the team. His students appreciate his sense of humor almost as much as his supportive and patient approach to teaching. When he isn't preparing future lawyers for their own LSAT success, he can be found snorkeling at Turtle Canyon, taking his children to University of Hawaii sporting events, and playing volleyball on the beach.

As Seen In
Fill out Info Request