LSAT Tutoring in Cairo (Egypt)
Manhattan Review offers the most effective Law School Admission Test (LSAT) preparation services available in Cairo. Local applicants to law schools in the United States and Canada can reach their score goals with our private LSAT tutoring, online LSAT prep courses, traditional LSAT prep classes in on-site format, and LSAT practice tests. Manhattan Review has been the industry's leading international LSAT prep resource since we were founded in 1999, and we have been responsible for tens of thousands of successful learning outcomes for students around the world. Our private LSAT tutoring programs include customized instruction for maximum learning at a rapid pace. Manhattan Review instructors evaluate each tutoring client in terms of his or her score goals, favored law schools, undergraduate major, LSAT strengths and weaknesses, and other relevant factors to create the ideal LSAT learning plan. Our on-site or online LSAT group courses feature a variety of instructional methodologies to accommodate all types of LSAT learners. Get started today on boosting your LSAT scores with Manhattan Review, Cairo's most rigorous and comprehensive LSAT educator.
Available data on law school admissions show that students with poor LSAT scores have little chance of acceptance to selective law schools, even if their applications are otherwise strong. According to acceptance grids provided by the Law School Admission Council, the University of California's Hastings College of the Law accepts only 4% of all applicants with LSAT scores below 150 (the approximate average of all test-takers is 151). Outstanding undergraduate grades did not completely mitigate this disadvantage, and even Hastings applicants with the highest GPAs (3.75+) were accepted at a low rate (less than 22%) if their LSAT scores were less than 150. Applicants to this institution with LSAT scores of 160-164, on the other hand, enjoyed an acceptance rate of nearly 79% across all GPA levels. Interestingly, the Hastings acceptance rate for students with LSAT scores of 160-164 and GPAs of 2.75-2.99 was nearly twice as favorable (40%) as the under-22% admit rate noted above for low scoring, high GPA students. High LSAT scores can make up for low GPAs, but high GPAs do not compensate for low LSAT scores to nearly the same degree.
Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses and private tutoring have been eminently helpful to law school acceptance for countless students. A list of the law schools to which our LSAT clients have been accepted includes Stanford, Harvard, Columbia, Yale, Northwestern, Vanderbilt, Georgetown, the University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, Washington University in St. Louis, the University of Michigan, the University of Southern California, and many more. Our former LSAT students have entered nearly every area of legal practice, and they now work for prestigious law firms, government agencies, Fortune 500 companies, and public advocacy organizations. The benefits of high-quality LSAT preparation easily justify the nominal costs. Upper-percentile LSAT scores can get you accepted to a top law school, and a JD from a respected program leads to lucrative job offers and an extremely high likelihood of career success. Find out more about Manhattan Review's LSAT services in Cairo by contacting us at your earliest convenience. We're available by phone, email, or online to provide details on our LSAT services and answer any of your questions.
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)
InterContinental Citystars Cairo
Corniche El Nil
Cairo 11511, Egypt
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Noreen P., one of our most highly regarded Cairo LSAT instructors, is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Vanderbilt University Law School. With over 12 years of experience as an LSAT tutor and classroom instructor, she is a veteran LSAT educator who has seen it all. A member of our Cairo team for the past three years, she previously taught LSAT prep in several American cities.
When Noreen was a prospective law student, she tried preparing for the LSAT on her own. "It was a frustrating experience, because I knew I had the necessary abilities, but I didn't understand how to apply them to the LSAT," she remembers. "I was trying to reinvent the wheel." Noreen would eventually enroll in one of Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses, and this changed everything. "With my instructor's help, my LSAT skills clicked, and my scores soared. In addition to getting me accepted to law school, this inspired me to become an LSAT teacher.