LSAT Tutoring in Sao Paulo (Brazil)

Manhattan Review is a world class LSAT prep provider with locations and many years of experience in Sao Paulo. We have plenty of options for the LSAT applicants to choose from. Besides the classical LSAT courses, we offer flexible LSAT private tutoring, which is customized to the student's specific needs and computer adaptive LSAT practice tests, a great option to train what you have learned in the course. Founded in 1999, we have been working on many student's study plans to boost their potential and gain admission in the most prestigious law schools worldwide. As part of our preparation, you will receive study materials with any of the courses you join, which will give you the basics you need to pass the LSAT test. Most importantly you will work with senior LSAT instructors, who will give you inside tips and strategies on how to maximize your score. Begin your LSAT journey with Manhattan Review's LSAT prep course or LSAT private tutoring and the help of expert tutors. Contact us today over the phone, via email or online to get started.

LSAT scores are an important part of admissions process in law schools. Many researchers say that there is not direct correlation between GPA and LSAT, and point to the fact that the biggest part of the admission committee's choice gives students with average grades more chance to impress the commission and get accepted if they achieve a top score on the LSAT. From the other side, students with excellent grades and low LSAT scores cannot be guaranteed a spot in elite law schools. Manhattan Review has many years of experience in improving student's results, and can help you boost your potential to score highly. If you want to get accepted in selective universities you need to score above the average results and need at least a 160, while the needed score for the top 10 most wanted law schools in the US is around 170. To have an exact required score, we encourage people to check with their preferred school before starting the prep, so they know their target and can see if and how they progress during the prep. Our expert LSAT tutors will also support you on the way in achieving the score you need to go to your dream school.

Manhattan Review is known in Sao Paulo as a company with great success in preparing students for the LSAT. Local residents gain admission in most prestigious universities around the world. Some of the top names where our students graduated are Yale, Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, New York University, Georgetown, Brown, Berkeley, University of Virginia, UCLA, University of Chicago and many more. Manhattan Review has employees in big international companies from Fortune 500 in the USA, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa. Many of our former students are now lawyers and consultants in some of the most elite law firms around the globe. There are also people working in the public sector in different social and philanthropic organizations, as well as in the government sector. Do not wait and take action today by enrolling in one of Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses in Sao Paolo. We would be happy to be part of your successful future.

LSAT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

LSAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online
LSAT Prep Course Sao Paulo - Photo of Student Simone

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)

Sao Paulo

Primary Course Venue:

Grand Hyatt Sao Paulo
Avenida das Nacoes Unidas 13301
Sao Paulo 04578-000, Brazil

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Sao Paulo LSAT Tutor: Mike A.

Mike A., an American from Kansas, has more than 10 years teaching experience and has been working for Manhattan Review in different locations since the beginning of his teaching career. After finishing high school, he got accepted at Georgetown and graduated in the top 10 of his class. He moved to New York to attend law school at NYU. Soon after graduation, he got a lawyer position in a middle-range law firm, as a second job, he started preparing students for the LSAT.

Mike has worked with plenty of LSAT applicants through Manhattan Review over the years and has shown his ability to find an individual approach in each student's preparation, maximizing their score in a short time. Many of his students now study or have graduated from elite law schools in the USA and Asia. What he likes to do in his spare time is watching baseball and jogging.