LSAT Tutoring in Kuwait City
Kuwait City students interested in admission to selective law schools in the United States and Canada can dramatically enhance their applications and prospects for admission with Manhattan Review's rigorous and comprehensive Law School Admission Test (LSAT) preparation services. We offer LSAT learning plans that accommodate all types of LSAT students, including on-site group LSAT courses, individual LSAT tutoring, virtual LSAT instruction in online interactive format, and LSAT practice tests. Manhattan Review is a global educational services firm that has more experience preparing international students for the LSAT than any other company. Our LSAT students meticulously develop all of the necessary content skills, study techniques, and testing strategies, which combine to produce superior LSAT performance. All of our LSAT learning plans feature the industry's best course materials, the most engaging methods of instruction, and Kuwait City's top LSAT educators. Start getting ready for law school acceptance today with our flexible scheduling plans and convenient course options.
Admission statistics available from the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) clearly demonstrate the importance of the LSAT to law school acceptance. LSAC provides tables that show admit rates by LSAT score and GPA for most of the institutions accredited by the American Bar Association. At the University of Houston Law Center, for example, almost 95% of applicants with LSAT scores of 160 or higher are offered admission, even if their GPAs are less than elite. Houston's acceptance rate for students with LSAT scores below 155, conversely, is about 7%. LSAC data further show that University of Houston Law Center applicants with high LSAT scores and low GPAs are much more likely to secure admission than their peers with high GPAs and low LSAT scores. Prospective students with GPAs of 3.75 and above and LSAT scores below 155 are accepted at a rate of about 40%, while applicants with GPAs of 3.0-3.24 and LSAT scores of 160 or above enjoy a rate of 91%. High LSAT scores are more than worth the effort and expense of rigorous LSAT preparation.
Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses and private tutoring have helped countless students secure acceptance to the top law schools in North America. Our thousands of past LSAT clients have studied at Harvard Law School, Yale Law School, Georgetown Law Center, the University of Virginia School of Law, Stanford Law School, the University of California's Hastings College of the Law, Northwestern University's Pritzker School of Law, the University of Pennsylvania School of Law, New York University School of Law, and many other programs at the top of the national rankings. Our former LSAT clients have been hired by prominent businesses in the United States and in Kuwait, including Fortune 500 companies such as State Farm Insurance, Wells Fargo, Walgreens Boots Alliance, JP Morgan Chase, and New York Life Insurance as well as Kuwait City firms such as Fast Telecommunications, Industrial Bank of Kuwait, Gulf Investment House, Kuwait Oxygen and Acetylene Company, and NBK Capital. Let Manhattan Review help you get accepted to a top law school and prepare you for a promising future. Find out more about our Kuwait City LSAT offerings by contacting us today.
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)
Al Bida Road
Al Ta'awn Street
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Sheryl F. is a lawyer and LSAT educator who has been affiliated with Manhattan Review since 2012. She first taught LSAT prep courses and individual tutoring sessions in her native Atlanta before transferring to Kuwait City in 2017. Her LSAT students have been accepted to several American law schools ranked in the top 50, including those attached to Ivy League institutions and large state research universities.
Sheryl is a graduate of Duke University (bachelor's degree in philosophy) and the University of North Carolina School of Law (juris doctor). She spent three years working as a prosecutor in Raleigh, North Carolina before entering the private sector. In her spare time, Sheryl enjoys studying the Russian language, reading about international politics, and walking her dog.