LSAT Tutoring in Arlington (Texas)
Some students who feel that they need study assistance for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) may wish to learn in the more social setting of a group course under the common guidance of an instructor teaching the students, but some students may feel that they need to take advantage of an instructor who is giving them the individualized study methods that they would need to help succeed on the exam. Students who are looking for private tutoring in the Arlington area should utilize the services of Manhattan Review's tutoring option. Manhattan Review has been providing tutors to students all across the world since 1999, and keeping our study methods updated so as to match the formatting and content of the current LSAT exam while also retaining the old study methods that have helped so many of our students reach their academic and admissions goals on both the LSAT and other exams.
With the LSAT being one of the most highly rated standardized tests in terms of how important it is to the admissions committees at law schools, a high score is critical for getting into a highly regarded law school. Students who use Manhattan Review's private tutors have many advantages at their disposal. Manhattan Review tutors can work with their students either online or in-person depending on the needs of the student. Students have the benefit of flexible scheduling, and if they are working with a tutor in-person, they can work at mutually agreed upon locations in the Arlington area, mutually benefiting both the student and the teacher. Tutors can also offer their students a customizable learning plan that can be adjusted as necessary to help their students with their strengths and weaknesses and ensure a more well-rounded performance on the exam. Students in the Arlington area are sure to have a higher score on the LSAT exam and a more appealing application for law schools if they utilize a Manhattan Review tutor.
Students in the Arlington area who have taken advantage of the tutoring services of Manhattan Review have gone on to have a stronger performance on the exam itself. They have reported feeling more confident in their knowledge of the material and formatting of the exam, able to manage their time better, and thus able to perform at a higher level than they had previously. Students have managed to use their higher LSAT performance and scores to get into some of the strongest law schools in the world, including Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown, University of Chicago, Rice University, Stanford, and other schools both in and out of the Arlington and greater Texas area. Students have also gone on to work at law firms around the world as a result of getting into these schools and having academic success at their subsequent law schools. Contact an academic program advisor today to learn more about what Manhattan Review can offer you in your LSAT preparation.
LSAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
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:
Manhattan Review Prep
1500 Convention Center Dr
Arlington, TX 76011
Phone: (212) 316-2000
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet an Arlington LSAT Tutor: Victor V.
Victor V. moved to Arlington to work at a law firm and has been providing tutoring for the LSAT in the area with Manhattan Review since his move. He instructs both the group courses and private students, and also has experience working as a tutor for people in law school, making him nearly a full-time instructor for law school and its applicants.
Victor's study methods tend to focus on his specialties in research and scholarship, allowing him to help him provide his students with appropriate study methods for the different portions of the exam and understand how to think in the right way for the logic problems on the LSAT exam. When he is not helping students with their LSAT preparation or working on other legal matters, Victor spends his free time cooking.