LSAT Tutoring in New Haven (Connecticut)
Manhattan Review in New Haven offers local students several effective and engaging preparation options for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). New Haven students can improve the odds of law school admission by boosting their LSAT scores with our on-site or online LSAT prep courses, LSAT private tutoring, and LSAT practice tests. All of our LSAT learning plans feature the industry's most reliable course materials, innovative methods of instruction, and highly qualified instructors. Manhattan Review has been teaching students around the world how to succeed on the LSAT since we were founded in 1999, and our LSAT instruction has helped tens of thousands of aspiring law students gain acceptance to the law schools of their choice. Flexibility is one of the keys to the effectiveness of our instruction, and students can choose the LSAT course option that most closely fits their needs and goals. Manhattan Review's friendly and helpful support staff will be happy to discuss available LSAT course offerings, scheduling, and details, and we'll also answer all of your questions. Contact us today by email, by phone, or online.
More than 105,000 students take the LSAT each year, almost all of whom intend to study law (a handful of people take the LSAT for other purposes). LSAT test dates are much more limited than those for other graduate-level exams; the LSAT is offered just four times per year (February, June, October, and December). Although the LSAT is primarily an American test used for admission to American law schools, some programs at universities in Canada and Australia will consider the LSAT. An individual student may only take the LSAT three times within any two-year period. Scores from all test attempts within the last five years are reported to law schools. Some admissions committees consider the average of all scores, while others only consider the highest. The median LSAT score for all test-takers is approximately 151, and about 10% of students receive scores of 165 or higher. Average LSAT scores at the top law schools are usually between 165 and 173, and upper-percentile LSAT scores give all applicants a significant advantage in the admissions process.
Manhattan Review has a strong track record of getting our students accepted to the best programs. Our LSAT clients have been admitted to the law schools at Stanford, Harvard, Yale, New York University, the University of Chicago, Northwestern, the University of Pennsylvania, UC Berkeley, Columbia, the University of Virginia, the College of William & Mary, Washington University in St. Louis, the University of Michigan, and several others. These clients have graduated with prestigious law degrees that lead to employment with Fortune 500 companies, large law firms, and public-sector organizations. Students considering law school are urged to review employment outcomes for all of the programs they are considering (the American Bar Association requires all of its accredited institutions to publish this information). The most selective schools almost invariably require the highest LSAT scores, but these institutions also have the strongest employment numbers. Effective LSAT prep is therefore one of the keys to your legal future.
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)
Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
Yale Teaching Center at the Study
1157 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Phone: (203) 672-0680
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
"Paolo's LSAT prep course was one of the most effective educational experiences I've ever had," said one recent Manhattan Review LSAT client. The LSAT instruction of Paolo T., a native of New York City, often receives these types of rave reviews. Paolo has been affiliated with Manhattan Review since 2010, and he joined the staff of our New Haven office in 2017 after teaching for us in Boston.
Paolo holds a bachelor's degree in liberal studies from Georgetown University and a JD from New York University School of Law. Paolo's profile of legal experience includes two years as a prosecutor and three years as a public defender. When he's not teaching LSAT prep or practicing law, Paolo enjoys sailing, fishing, and keeping up with current events in politics.