LSAT Tutoring in St. Louis (Missouri)

Many students excel in environments where there is direct engagement and dialogue similar to a one-on-one conversation. If this sounds like the personalized attention you need to maximize your potential and reach your goals, it's time to find the LSAT private tutor for you. Receive impeccable instruction from our distinguished LSAT tutors right here in St. Louis. We have made our industry leading exam prep flexible with weekend courses, one-on-one private tutoring options and our Interactive Online Courses to choose from. With this added convenience, we know you will be able to completely focus on the task at hand, which is the same reason we designed our courses, to yield high percentile LSAT scores.

Have a first choice law school you'd like to attend? It' no surprise that having an undeniable LSAT score will open the door to any number of the most well-known law schools. In fact, our past students have been handed diplomas from Harvard, Georgetown, NYU, Yale, and Columbia. Perhaps the right law school for you is in your own backyard at St. Louis University Law School or Washington University in St. Louis. Top ranking law schools will be lining up to admit you after our experts help you ace the exam. For the past fifteen years we have broken down the infamous LSAT and created our unique study guide which is unmatched in the test prep industry. Our students' trend of high percentile scores and admittance letters to the finest law schools around the globe are evidence of this fact.

We scoured the Lou to find the most educated and most passionate instructors. Then, we handed them our time-tested curriculum and watched as year after year top tier scores helped aspiring lawyers find jobs at the largest law firms in the country after graduation. Some past students of ours went on to work for the government or even more philanthropic companies. What ever path you'd like to choose after law school, we have the tools you need to take the all important first step of getting into the school of your choice. And with an undeniable LSAT score, the only choice you'll have to make is what top ranking law school is right for you.

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 St. Louis - 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)

St. Louis

Primary Course Venue:

Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
St. Louis Teaching Center at the Sheraton
7730 Bonhomme Avenue
Clayton, MO 63105

Phone: (314) 558-6282

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

Meet a St. Louis LSAT Tutor: Kevin D.

Upon graduating with both is B.A. and M.A. from John Hopkins University, Kevin moved forward and earned his J.D. from the prestigious Columbia University. Scoring in the 99th percentile with an LSAT score of 174, he was left with the ultimate upper hand in deciding the best program for him. Kevin himself had enrolled in private tutoring in order to prepare for his own LSAT exam, which ended up boosting his score by more than 20 points. According to Kevin, his enthusiastic and experienced teacher is the reason why he is convinced that his investment paid off ten-fold.

Today, Kevin even keeps in touch with his mentor and pays it forward by bringing his keen insights, as well as some tricks from an old pro, to the classroom. He helps his students to gain confidence for test day from his knowledge of how the LSAT works. Kevin believes in study strategies based off common sense and uses formal drills and more casual exercises in order to improve upon each students' core subject areas.

It's not uncommon to find comments in his evaluations from students about how Kevin helped them "get the right attitude" for taking the exam. He's been there and helped numerous students achieve excellence as well. For example, one such Manhattan Review student who finished her J.D. at NYU, wrote: "He helped me come to realize my biggest obstacle was my own fear about not scoring high enough. I understood the subjects. However, when I would attempt a practice LSAT test, I would become panic-stricken. He helped me score higher on the test, mostly because he helped me see how the pros approach the test."