LSAT Tutoring in Montreal (Canada)
Manhattan Review in Montreal offers customized private tutoring for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Our personalized LSAT instruction is dictated by the relevant characteristics of each individual client, including undergraduate major, desired law schools, LSAT strengths and weaknesses, degree of fluency with standardized testing, and optimal learning style. We begin the tutoring process with a complete assessment of the student, and then implement LSAT teaching that is most effective for that particular person. Manhattan Review's one-on-one LSAT tutoring is therefore the most rigorous available method of LSAT prep, and it also saves the student valuable time. For law school applicants who prefer group settings, we also have LSAT classes that are available both on-site and online. Manhattan Review has been the test prep industry's most innovative company since 1999, and we have set the standard for LSAT teaching and learning through the development of a number of original instructional methodologies and course materials. We encourage you to find out more about our Montreal LSAT prep offerings by contacting us today.
Aspiring law students must be familiar with the rules surrounding the administration of the LSAT. In most countries, the LSAT is given only four times per year, although there are additional dates for special administrations (such as the LSAT for Spanish speakers or those who observe the Sabbath on Saturday). Test-takers are allowed a maximum of three LSAT test attempts within any continuous two-year period. All LSAT scores within the past five years are reported to law schools, some of which consider the average of all test attempts rather than the highest individual score. Given all of these rules, the most advantageous situation for law school applicants is to receive a high score the first time they take the LSAT. Professional instruction and careful study give students their best chances of success. Manhattan Review's LSAT private tutoring and prep courses in Montreal thoroughly prepare our students for outstanding scores on the first test attempt, eliminating the need for time-consuming additional preparation.
At Manhattan Review, we consider the success of our students to be the ultimate assessment of the value of our teaching. Manhattan Review LSAT clients have been accepted to prestigious law schools such as Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, Georgetown, NYU, the University of Chicago, the University of Virginia, and UC Berkeley. Top law schools are worth strong consideration due to their highly desirable bar passage percentages, rates of employment, and average salaries. The American Bar Association requires all of its accredited law schools to publish this data, and it is easily found on institutional websites. Columbia University Law School, for example, reports that 92.37% of its alumni passed the bar, and that 87% were hired in jobs that require a JD. The median annual salary for a Columbia Law School graduate is $160,000, with a mean of about $136,000. Salaries vary by type of employment, with law firms paying the most and public interest organizations paying the least. Future employment prospects should always be one of the primary considerations in deciding where to apply for legal training, and the best outcomes generally reserved for graduates of law schools with the highest LSAT scores.
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)
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Montreal Teaching Center at the Sheraton
1201 Boulevard Rene-Levesque West
Montreal, Quebec H3B 2L7
Phone: (514) 312-7207
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
The legal profession runs in the family of Barbara E., who is originally from Madison, Wisconsin (she is a third-generation lawyer). A graduate of the University of Wisconsin and Northwestern University's Pritzker School of Law, she has been a practicing attorney for eight years and an LSAT tutor for eleven years. Her LSAT score of 173 was several points above the average at Pritzker.
Barbara divides her professional life between a job at a small law firm in Burlington, Vermont and her LSAT teaching duties in Montreal (she spends about half of the week in each city). Her LSAT students have been accepted to the law schools at Yale, Duke, NYU, Cornell, and several other top programs. Whenever she has free time, Barbara likes to experiment with fusion cuisine, read about current events, and go hiking in the mountains.