LSAT Tutoring in Cleveland (Ohio)

Students who wish to improve their odds of getting into their preferred law school may feel that they need private tutoring in order to improve their scores on the Law School Admission Test (or LSAT) to ensure that they have a better chance. Manhattan Review has been providing private tutoring and other resources to students since 1999, and is the best option for students in the Cleveland area looking to gain assistance for the process of preparing for standardized tests. Manhattan Review's options for students looking to prepare themselves for the LSAT exam allow for students to combine private tutoring with group courses and practice exams as they see fit, or focus solely on working with their private tutor to learn the material. Students who work with Manhattan Review will also be able to take advantage of the numerous benefits and useful layout options that come with its study options.

Students who work with one of Manhattan Review's private tutors have the ability to customize their lesson plan as necessary to ensure that they can cover their strengths and weaknesses as appropriate, and ensure a more well-rounded performance on the day of the exam. Students can also work with their instructor either in-person or online depending on what they feel would be best for their course of study (this option is also offered for Manhattan Review's group course offerings), and students who work with an in-person tutor have the ability to choose a location that works for both parties to ensure that both teacher and student have an easier time with the commuting process. Manhattan Review's private tutors all have several years of experience with helping students prepare for the LSAT and remain up-to-date as to what the exam consists of, and Manhattan Review's practice exams are annually updated to ensure that they are an accurate reflection of the exam's current formatting and content.

Students who have worked with Manhattan Review to ensure that they deliver a stronger performance on the LSAT exam have managed to achieve a higher score thanks to their instructors providing them with an improved knowledge of the exam's material and how to properly approach. Students have translated their improved scores on the day of the test into acceptance at a wide variety of universities: students have attended prestigious law schools such as Harvard, Penn State, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland-Marshall, Texas A&M, University of Minnesota, Stetson, University of South Carolina, and many others. Manhattan Review students have also utilized their academic backgrounds at these schools to gain work at many reputable companies and law firms, including FedEx, JP Morgan and Chase, Walmart, Bank of America, Apple, Microsoft, and many more. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn more about Manhattan Review's LSAT preparation offerings.

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 Cleveland - 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)


Primary Course Venue:

Manhattan Review Prep
Hilton Cleveland Downtown
100 Lakeside Ave E
Cleveland, OH 44114

Phone: (212) 316-2000

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Cleveland LSAT Tutor: Ed M.

Ed M. grew up in the Chicago area but moved to Cleveland for career and family reasons. He has been working as a Manhattan Review tutor for the LSAT, along with other standardized tests such as the GMAT and GRE, since he moved to the Cleveland area. He has also helped students attending law schools in the Cleveland area with their coursework.

Ed gained his law degree from Case Western Reserve University and works as a legal scholar for the university in addition to helping a number of students who either attend the university or are applying to it. When he is not assisting students with their preparation for the LSAT or their law school coursework, he likes to read and run.