LSAT Tutoring in Princeton (New Jersey)
The outcome of most students' law school applications is strongly linked to their performance on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). National rankings, institutional prestige, and employer preferences all combine to produce an admissions process that privileges LSAT scores. Princeton-area students can succeed on this crucial admissions requirement with Manhattan Review's local LSAT prep services. We offer rigorous on-site and online prep courses and customized private tutoring, and our LSAT prep offerings have been proven to produce the top LSAT scores that characterize accepted law school applications. Manhattan Review was founded on the idea of innovation in test prep, and we have been tirelessly devoted to helping students around the world receive their best possible LSAT scores since 1999. Our team of LSAT tutors and instructors has been assembled through exhaustive national searches and an extremely selective hiring process, followed by extensive training in Manhattan Review's unique methods of LSAT teaching. Prospective law students in the Princeton region can take the LSAT with the skill and confidence that comes from Manhattan Review's comprehensive and experienced LSAT instruction.
The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) uses GPA and LSAT scores to predict the chances of admission (with an accuracy rate as high as 95%) to American Bar Association-approved law schools. LSAC data show the LSAT to be much more significant to student prospects than undergraduate GPA. According to LSAC, a student with a 4.0 GPA and a 160 LSAT would be very unlikely to get accepted to Harvard Law School (10% chance or less). A higher LSAT score of 175 and a lower GPA of 3.5, however, correlate to a 26-41% chance of acceptance. GPA is certainly not irrelevant to the admissions process, but the broad overall emphasis on LSAT scores is striking. Students who earned a bare-minimum 3.0 GPA and a 170 LSAT score were accepted more often than rejected at all but the top 20 of the 206 law schools listed by LSAC, and these GPA and LSAT levels were associated with 75% or better acceptance odds at 181 of the 206. A high LSAT score is clearly a reliable route to law school acceptance, even for students with modest undergraduate GPAs.
Manhattan Review's LSAT clients have repeatedly achieved the LSAT performance necessary for admission to the best law schools in the United States, including Harvard, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, Northwestern, Vanderbilt, Yale, UC Berkeley, the University of Virginia, and Georgetown. Our former students have built enviable legal careers at prestigious law firms (Hogan Lovells, Jones Day, and K&L Gates), Fortune 500 businesses (Ford Motor, Energy Transfer Equity, and American Airlines Group), government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels, and public interest firms devoted to a variety of social causes. These successful careers would never have gotten off the ground without the high-quality legal training that began with upper-percentile LSAT scores. Contact Manhattan Review today for more information on how our LSAT services in Princeton can improve your immediate and long-term prospects.
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
Princeton Teaching Center at the Hyatt
3565 U.S. Route 1
Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: (609) 945-5917
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Erin D., a native of the Boston area, has been an LSAT classroom instructor and private LSAT tutor since 2012. She has helped over 200 students get accepted to selective law schools such as Cornell, Georgetown, Boston University, UCLA, and the University of Michigan. She holds a BA in history from Northeastern University and a JD from the University of Southern California's Gould School of Law.
Erin's area of legal specialty is civil litigation, and she focuses on cases that involve consumer protections. She views her LSAT tutoring as perfectly consistent with her consumer advocacy. "When I'm in court, I advocate for the best interests of consumers," she says. "When I'm teaching LSAT prep to future law students, I'm doing essentially the same thing. By giving my students options for their legal education, I'm promoting the notions of competition and consumer choice."