LSAT Tutoring in Kiev (Ukraine)
Manhattan Review is the most proven and reliable provider of Law School Admission Test (LSAT) preparation services in Kiev. We have been the world's leading international LSAT preparation resource since our company was founded in 1999, and our instruction has produced tens of thousands of high LSAT scores and countless law school acceptances. We believe in giving our LSAT students options, and this is why we offer LSAT instruction in several formats. Those interested in the traditional classroom experience should opt for our on-site LSAT prep courses, which meet at convenient times and locations in Kiev. Test-takers who feel that their preparation challenges require personalized instruction should choose our private LSAT tutoring, which is customized to the LSAT strengths and weaknesses of each student. Proactive learners will enjoy our online LSAT learning programs, in which students can effectively prepare for the LSAT from home, the office, or anywhere that an internet connection is available. All Manhattan Review LSAT students benefit from our rigorous LSAT practice tests, which help shape LSAT study plans and evaluate student progress.
Many prospective law students incorrectly assume that high GPAs will compensate for low LSAT scores. Selective law schools obviously consider GPA as a major factor in the admissions process, but these institutions are usually uninterested in admitting applicants with substandard LSAT scores. Admissions statistics from the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) conclusively demonstrate the high value that admissions officials place on the LSAT. According to LSAC, applicants with perfect 4.0 undergraduate GPAs have very little chance (10% or less) of acceptance to the best law schools if their LSAT scores are 150 or lower (the median score for all test-takers is approximately 151). At the University of Chicago Law School, for example, 75% of admitted students scored at least 166 on the LSAT, and 25% scored 172 or higher. Because law school rankings are partially determined by the LSAT scores of their students, these types of institutions generally prefer higher-scoring applicants. No law school wishes to see any decline in its position in the rankings and the consequent reduction in prestige.
Students who complete Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses or LSAT private tutoring plans are often accepted to the top law schools in the United States. Our LSAT clients have secured admission to the JD programs at Stanford, Harvard, the University of Pennsylvania, Yale, New York University, Vanderbilt, Georgetown, Columbia, the University of Chicago, the University of California-Berkeley, Emory, the University of Michigan, Northwestern, the University of Virginia, Cornell, Notre Dame, Boston College, Boston University, and several others. Our former LSAT students go on to successful careers in the legal profession. Some have opted for jobs at major law firms or Fortune 500 companies, while others have gone to work in the public sector. Get started on your law school preparation today by getting in touch with Manhattan Review for more information on our Kiev LSAT prep services. We'll be happy to answer your questions and provide details on the phone, via email, or online.
LSAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
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:
Hyatt Regency Kiev
5 A Tarasova Street
Kiev 01001, Ukraine
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Kiev LSAT Tutor: Nadia C.
Nadia C. grew up in Moscow with a family of lawyers, and she decided to go into the legal profession at a young age. She spent five years as a civil litigator at a medium-sized firm in Chicago, where she also began her LSAT tutoring career. She presently splits her time between LSAT instruction and legal scholarship. She has been teaching the LSAT in Kiev and the U.S. since 2009.
Nadia completed her undergraduate studies in economics at the University of Michigan, and then earned her JD from Notre Dame Law School. Her LSAT teaching has been effusively praised by hundreds of former students, many of whom are now either law students at top institutions or practicing attorneys. In her spare time, Nadia enjoys ice skating, tai chi, and listening to American rock music.