LSAT Tutoring in Long Beach (California)
Long Beach students looking to boost their law school applications know that one important factor is their score on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). While many people study on their own, there ends up being a lot of wasted time and energy on less-than-ideal study plans. Instead, let Manhattan Review join forces with you to create the most efficient and effective learning plan for you to raise your LSAT scoring power with our varied offerings. We have created learning plans to suit the needs of all of our clients, including on-site and interactive online group courses, customized one-on-one lessons with a private tutor, both in person and online, practice LSAT exams, and consultation services. Whatever your learning needs and scheduling needs are, our personnel are ready to help you choose the best option when you call, email, or contact us online today.
As you begin to research the law schools you are interested in, you are probably beginning to see the type of LSAT score you will need to be considered a serious candidate at your law school of choice.
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) offers visitors an admissions calculator, which calculates the likelihood of acceptance to any ABA-accredited program. Using the undergraduate GPA and LSAT score, you can see how your chances change based on changes to both. Inputting a 3.5 GPA and score of 160 on the LSAT results in a range of 2% likelihood and 90% likelihood depending on the program you are looking into. If we change the GPA to 3.7 and leave the LSAT score at 160, the likelihood at a more prestigious law school, such as UCLA raises to 6%. If we change the GPA on the input back to 3.5, but raise the LSAT score to 165, the likelihood goes up to 20%. Raising a GPA is difficult and time consuming – and it turns out that it does not really help as much as focusing your efforts on your LSAT score. Raising an LSAT score by merely 5 points more than doubles the chances of earning a spot in an elite program. Manhattan Review is ready to work with you on practice exams to see where you are starting and what weaknesses need to be worked on to help you raise your own chances as you navigate law school applications.
Manhattan Review is proud of our former LSAT prep students who worked hard in our group courses or worked one-on-one with a learning coach. After completing the course, many have gone on to attend selective law school programs such as the University of California, Los Angeles, Georgetown Law Center, Yale Law School, Harvard Law School, the University of California's Hastings College of the Law, the University of Virginia School of Law, Northwestern University's Pritzker School of Law, and every other top program that requires or accepts the LSAT. After completing their academics, Manhattan Review students later pursue rewarding careers at government agencies and at large law firms, in private practice, and at companies across the United States or return Long Beach (including Akerman LLP, Golbert & Associates, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, Covington & Burling LLP, and more). Start your law degree off right with admission to a top-rated program. Manhattan Review learning coaches in Long Beach are standing by to help you raise your LSAT and put you a head above the rest during the application process.
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)
Ron Z., a California native, has been preparing to enter law school since he was a young boy, watching both his father and mother work in the profession. While in law school at UCLA, Ron started tutoring students to prepare for the LSAT and found great satisfaction in helping people realize their own potential. Ron told us, "I grew up with parents who would bring up logic questions at the dinner table, so having these conversations with students came naturally to me. I have found that the way I am able to communicate the explanations really connects with my clients." Ron now practices intellectual property law in a local top-ranked firm when he is not tutoring.
Ron has helped hundreds of students achieve their academic goals, and has had students who have gone on to attend Berkeley, Harvard, Yale, and many other top-ranked law schools. His easy-going attitude combined with rigor are appreciated by his students. When Ron is not working, he enjoys sailing and golfing.