LSAT Tutoring Providence (Rhode Island)
Every prospective law student has to take the Law School Admissions Test, or LSAT. Originally designed to measure verbal and analytical reasoning skills, the LSAT has another significant purpose. The LSAT also serves to determine potential higher academic achievers from the rest of the applicants. As such, many law schools rely on this very important score during the application process with the intent on identifying top talent. That's where Manhattan Review comes in. Our specialty is developing the every student that comes to us to the point where they are able to reach their LSAT testing goals and get accepted into their law school of choice.
For over 15 years, Manhattan Review has been at the forefront of LSAT test prep in Providence. Our state-of-the-art program is unlike any other test prep service around and this is due large in part to the fact that it is fully customizable. This unique feature affords prospective law students the opportunity to first and foremost design their own learning plan according to their individual learning needs, as well as in consideration of their availability constraints. Our participants can choose from our interactive online courses, which can be supplemented with the host of other tools and resources that we offer, including LSAT practice tests. Or, the participants can choose to work one-on-one with our elite private tutors, who are not only some of the top professionals in their respective fields, but also are top performers on the LSAT as well. Our program is indeed unprecedented.
All throughout Providence and the surrounding communities, Manhattan Review is associated with the very best. From the top law schools, such as Roger Williams University School of Law, to the top companies, including Textron, United National Foods, Nortek, Gilbane, GTECH, Citizen's Bank, Rhode Island Hospital, Life Span, Miriam Hospital, Belo Corp/Providence Journal, Mars 2000, AAA Southern New England, H. Carr & Sons, Inc., National Grid, Employment 2000, Verizon and Jewel Case Corp, we have garnered a reputation for developing top talent. This reputation has helped our past participants to reach their academic goals and professional ones as well. At Manhattan Review, we invest in the student, helping them to initially reach their LSAT testing goals and thereafter to thrive in a competitive world.
LSAT Private Tutoring
LSAT Private Course
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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Providence Teaching Center at the Hilton
21 Atwells Avenue
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: (401) 648-0193
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Providence LSAT Tutor: Christopher P.
Growing up in a family of practicing lawyers, Christopher knew from a very early age that he would also practice the law in his hometown of Providence. And while he could have taken the easy road to success, by working for family, Christopher made the brave choice to strike out on his own and helped him to become the successful lawyer that he is today. This undeniably presented several challenges to the young Rhode Islander, but he persevered, which is something he makes certain to impart on his students at Manhattan Review.
Since joining our team of elite professional tutors at Manhattan Review, Christopher has been instrumental in helping us to deliver the world-class LSAT test prep services that we are known for. In addition to running his own highly successful law firm in Providence, Christopher is a very active private tutor, making the necessary time to be available to help out his students whenever they need his assistance. As a result, our students have nothing but the best things to say about Christopher, both personally and professionally. His unique teaching style, honed primarily from a developed sensitivity that he acquired from working with people from a variety of diverse backgrounds, has afforded him the ability to both empathize and relate to his students like no other. When he isn't in the courtroom or working with students at Manhattan Review, Christopher is spending time with his wife, Janice and their two sons, Mark and Julian, either taking in the historic sites or attending sports events.