LSAT Private Tutoring in Cambridge (Massachusetts)

LSAT Tutoring in Cambridge

If you're a Cambridge student planning to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), Manhattan Review is here to help you achieve the score you need to make your law school dreams a reality. No two students learn in exactly the same way. Many students do perfectly well in a group setting, enjoying the sense of comradery and using others' questions as a springboard for increasing their knowledge. Other students, however, know they learn best in an environment where they are able to go at their own pace, focusing on the aspects of test preparation that are most challenging to them individually, without the distractions posed by a classroom-style format. If you know one-on-one attention is the most effective way for you to grasp and retain information, contact us today to learn more about our LSAT private tutoring options. 

Working with Manhattan Review allows you to receive world-class instruction from the brightest and most dedicated tutors in the business. We take great pride in offering industry-leading resources designed to produce the highest scores on the LSAT. All Manhattan Review students learn cutting-edge educational tools and test-taking techniques that allow them to excel on the LSAT and take the test with confidence. Those who complete our prep courses and work with our tutors go on to achieve commanding legal careers, attending leading law school programs due to their impressive LSAT results. 

Since 1999, Manhattan Review has been the leader in LSAT preparation among Cambridge students. We work hard to pair motivated students with just the right instructor who will create a unique study program just for your learning needs. Working with an experienced, accomplished tutor not only accelerates your learning, but it also helps improve your confidence and your test-taking skills, ensuring you are able to focus and achieve the score you want to continue moving forward in your academic and/or professional journey. Our private tutoring programs are customized specifically to each individual student, and your personal strengths and areas of growth are taken into consideration to ensure your LSAT prep is both targeted and comprehensive. 

If you're ready to take your LSAT preparation to the next level, consider the benefits of working with a private tutor. Our Cambridge tutors are knowledgeable and dedicated professionals who not only know how to deconstruct even the most challenging test…they're also exceptional instructors, capable of helping you grasp the concepts you'll need to ace the LSAT and begin your legal career. We are proud to have secured the services of skilled instructors with strong legal and educational backgrounds who are intent on helping others achieve similar success in order to live the life they want. There's no need to waste your time attempting to piece together a study program, stressing yourself out and hoping you're covering the most important topics. At Manhattan Review, we've taken all of the guesswork out of preparing for the LSAT, and we know how to help you study in ways that are both effective and efficient. Your private tutor will work closely to understand your particular style of learning, with a focus on improving any areas of weakness that might negatively impact your LSAT performance while also leveraging the strengths you might not even realize you possess. Our personable tutors are encouraging and supportive, and they know how to help you comprehend course material using state-of-the-art instructional techniques. 

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. We at Manhattan Review can help you master all sections of the test, improving your reading comprehension and reasoning abilities while also strengthening your critical writing skills.

When you choose to work with a private tutor, you allow yourself to prepare for the LSAT at times that are most convenient for you. Here at Manhattan Review, we work with a diverse group of clients, from those who just finished their undergraduate education to Fortune 500 professionals seeking a pay raise, promotion, or an opportunity to take their career in a new and exciting direction. Meeting with a private tutor makes it easy to create a schedule that works with your current academic commitments or employment obligations. Customized instruction is available around your schedule, ensuring you can treat preparing for the LSAT as a top priority. 

Those who live in Cambridge know that the area offers a dynamic and exciting marketplace for those just beginning their careers or those who are more established and seeking something new. Given the global economy we live in, competition to attend the most prestigious law schools is fierce, but clients who work with Manhattan Review regularly receive acceptance to top-tier law schools, including Harvard University, Stanford University, Yale University, Dartmouth College, Princeton University, New York University, Columbia University, the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Southern California, the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Chicago, and elsewhere. 

Whether you intend to stay in Cambridge, the greater Boston metropolitan area, or you plan to relocate elsewhere, give yourself every advantage possible by preparing for the LSAT with a private tutor. You deserve the best LSAT preparation available, and that preparation begins at Manhattan Review. We are eager to help you achieve your personal goals, and we look forward to partnering with students who truly seek to master the knowledge necessary to score in the highest percentile on the LSAT. Together, we'll create the LSAT study program that's perfect for you. Contact us to learn more about our private tutoring options and find out which one works best for you.

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: Christine P.

Christine P. has always loved words, fascinated by them since an early age. "I was constantly reading as a child, and I remember being fascinated by how so many people could use the same basic words but convey such incredibly different meanings." Christine enjoyed writing her own short stories, which she shared with her family, and she found herself drawn to the rules of grammar, "which was, admittedly, not something most tween girls were into," she recalls with a smile. In high school, Christine worked her way up from contributing reporter to editor of the entire newspaper, and also worked as one of three editors on the yearbook. She won countless awards for her essays and research papers, and it wasn't long before she found herself tutoring her friends in the finer points of writing in the English language. 

Christine grew up in Chicago and thanks to her hard work and dedication (and an impressive SAT score), she was accepted at the University of Chicago, graduating with a degree in English with a focus on journalism, arts, and media. During a seminar her sophomore year, Christine had the chance to attend a lecture by a visiting professor who was also a lawyer and specialized in contract negotiation. Christine was riveted to learn there was a job that revered words as much as she did. "That's when I knew I wanted to be a lawyer…not the kind who argued in a courtroom, but someone behind the scenes, ensuring everyone is happy with a document." Christine had continued to work part-time as a tutor in the learning center during undergrad, but now she shifted her attention to being tutored herself, working with a private tutor through Manhattan Review to prepare for the LSAT. "I don't get stressed out by standardized tests," she admits, "but I struggle with pacing. Sometimes I get so caught up in what I'm reading or what I think the words are saying, I lose track of time, and you can't do well on a test like the LSAT if you don't answer questions because you ran out of time." Christine's focus and persistence were rewarded with offers of admission to numerous top-tier law schools, and she ultimately chose to attend Columbia University, recognized around the world for their contracts and commercial law program.

After graduating from Columbia, Christine was offered a job with a firm in the Cambridge area, and while the work was challenging, she appreciated the flexibility the position offered, frequently allowing her to work from home. "A lot of contract law is just emailing documents back and forth until clients are satisfied," she shares, "and I found myself looking for ways to connect with others in the legal field, particularly those just getting started or hoping to get started." With years of both informal and formal tutoring behind her, Christine became an immediate asset when she joined the Manhattan Review Cambridge team in 2018. Those students she works with through private tutoring are impressed by her attention to detail and her techniques for helping them understand exactly what a question is asking or presenting. When she isn't guiding future lawyers through comprehensive and effective LSAT preparation, Christine enjoys visiting family back in Chicago, snowboarding with friends up and down the East Coast, and completing crossword puzzles.

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