LSAT Tutoring in Evanston (Illinois)
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is an extremely important law school admissions requirement, and selective law schools usually do not accept applicants with below-average scores. Manhattan Review is Evanston's top provider of comprehensive, rigorous, and effective LSAT prep services, including LSAT private tutoring, on-site LSAT prep courses, LSAT practice tests, and online LSAT instruction. Our LSAT offerings are designed to be flexible enough to accommodate any given set of LSAT preparation challenges, and Evanston students are sure to find an LSAT learning plan that is right for them. Founded in 1999, Manhattan Review is one of the world's leading international test prep companies, and we have successfully taught tens of thousands of students how to most efficiently reach their desired LSAT scores. Our gifted LSAT teachers will show you how to approach LSAT exercises, how to solidify your skills outside of the classroom, and how to develop a firm command of the necessary testing abilities. Evanston students can start improving their LSAT scores right away with Manhattan Review's private LSAT tutoring and LSAT prep courses.
Manhattan Review's past LSAT clients have been accepted to a large number of elite law schools, including Harvard, Stanford, the University of Chicago, the University of Pennsylvania, Yale, Georgetown, the University of Virginia, Northwestern, New York University, Duke, Columbia, the University of Michigan, UC Berkeley, the College of William & Mary, Vanderbilt, the University of Texas, and many more top programs. Prospective law students should carefully weigh costs and benefits when choosing programs to target. Highly respected law schools usually expect upper-percentile LSAT scores, but these institutions also place the highest proportion of their graduates in jobs that require a JD. At Manhattan Review, we have seen countless former LSAT students go on to successful careers as lawyers. Some have chosen the more lucrative private sector, either at Fortune 500 companies or prominent law firms. Others have opted to work for the public, either as civil servants or advocates. Whatever you wish to accomplish in the legal profession, it all starts with the best possible legal education.
According to testing data recorded over several years, the median LSAT score is approximately 151.5. A score of 160 represents the 80th percentile of all test-takers, and a 165 is in the 92nd percentile. Fewer than 3% of LSAT students receive scores of 170 or above, and only 1% score 173 or higher. Receiving elite LSAT scores takes both hard work and the best professional instruction, but law school admissions statistics show that these efforts are rewarded with substantially improved odds of admission. At the University of Texas School of Law, the acceptance rate for students with LSAT scores between 165 and 169 is almost 60%, while applicants in the 160-164 LSAT range are only 15% likely to be admitted. This rate drops to 8% for scores of 155-159 and 3% for scores of 150-154, and no applicants with scores below 150 were accepted to UT Law School. Even UT applicants with lower GPAs fare much better with higher LSAT scores (there is a 44% chance that an applicant with a GPA of 3.0-3.25 and an LSAT score of 165-169 will be successful, but the same GPA and an LSAT score of 160-164 is associated with a rate of just 6%).
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)
Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
Evanston Teaching Center at the Hilton
1818 Maple Ave
Evanston, IL 60201
Phone: (847) 425-4381
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Constance W., originally from Peoria, Illinois, is a graduate of Northwestern University (bachelor's degree in education) and the University of Wisconsin Law School. She has been teaching LSAT prep in Evanston and the greater Chicago area since 2009, and she is also a former Manhattan Review client (our LSAT private tutoring helped her receive a 170 on the exam).
Constance began her LSAT tutoring career while she was a first-year law student, and she has since helped hundreds of students gain admission to their first-choice programs. As a lawyer, she specializes in legal services for lower-income clients, and she is employed by a local charitable organization. In her spare time, Constance enjoys hiking, playing tennis, and going to the theatre.