LSAT Tutoring in Jakarta (Indonesia)
Jakarta students can begin preparing for impressive scores on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) with Manhattan Review's effective and comprehensive services. LSAT preparation options available in Jakarta include one-on-one LSAT tutoring, group LSAT courses in on-site format, and group or individual LSAT instruction in online interactive format. Test-takers can select the LSAT offering that most closely fits with their learning needs and schedules. Manhattan Review is also Jakarta's top resource for LSAT practice tests, which are invaluable to skill development and assessment of progress in all LSAT-relevant areas. Founded in 1999, Manhattan Review is a global company that serves major cities in Asia, North America, Europe, South America, and Africa. Through our test prep courses and private tutoring plans, we have taught thousands of students how to excel on their undergraduate- or graduate-level admission tests. Learn more about Manhattan Review's LSAT learning plans for Jakarta students by contacting us as soon as possible. We can discuss our services and answer your questions via phone, email, or online chat.
It is not very difficult for law school applicants to see for themselves how helpful high LSAT scores are to law school admission. The website of the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) features an admissions calculator, which shows the odds of acceptance to any ABA-accredited program based on the user's input of undergraduate GPA and LSAT score. Entering a GPA of 3.3 and an LSAT score of 160, for instance, will return results ranging from less than 10% to at least 90%, depending on the institution. Let's choose just one program from this list, the University of California-Irvine School of Law. A 3.3 GPA and a 160 LSAT produce odds of admission to this program between 11% and 21%. If we increase the LSAT score to 165 without changing the GPA, the odds of acceptance to Irvine go up to a range of 43% to 56%. In other words, a mere five-point gain in an applicant's LSAT score at least doubles his or her chances of success and can compensate for a good-but-not-great GPA. At Manhattan Review, we advise all of our LSAT students to spend a bit of time reviewing LSAT's admission statistics, which should convince them of the LSAT's importance.
Students who complete Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses and private tutoring programs in Jakarta and other cities are frequently admitted to elite law schools. Our LSAT clients have been offered admission to Yale Law School, Harvard Law School, Georgetown Law Center, the University of California's Hastings College of the Law, Northwestern University's Pritzker School of Law, the University of Virginia School of Law, and every other top program that requires or accepts the LSAT. Manhattan Review students later pursue rewarding careers at government agencies and at large law firms, in private practice, and at companies in the United States and in Jakarta (including Salim Group, Kompas Gramedia Group, MNC Corporation, Central Asia Insurance, and Indonesia Trading Company). A high LSAT score is your ticket to a selective law school, and a law degree from a strong program is your best path toward a successful career. Start executing your plan for the future today with Manhattan Review in Jakarta.
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)
JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta
Jalan Lingkar Mega Kuningan Kav. E No. 1-2 Kuningan Timur
Jakarta 12950, Indonesia
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Roger T., a native of Auckland, New Zealand, has been teaching LSAT prep in Jakarta for the past five years. He is a full-time LSAT teacher who is equally experienced in group classroom and individual settings. His students have been accepted to more than half of the law schools ranked in the top 50 by U.S. News & World Report, including several Ivy League institutions.
Roger was educated at the University of Maryland (bachelor's degree in biology) and the University of Illinois College of Law (juris doctor). Since graduating from law school, the focus of his legal career has been research and scholarship, on which his LSAT teaching duties give him the flexibility and freedom to focus. His hobbies include skateboarding, rugby, and water skiing.