LSAT Tutoring in Washington DC

LSAT private tutoring in Washington DC (District of Columbia)

With a great LSAT score, you can go to law school anywhere in the world. In Washington DC, there's a variety of ABA-approved programs conveniently close to home. These schools are prominently placed on the U.S. News and World Report rankings, but each is rigorous in its standards for entry. American University requires an LSAT range starting at 159; George Mason University requires a 160 score with a 19 percent admissions rate; George Washington University looks for an LSAT score of 162, and Georgetown University has a minimum score of 166.

The bottom line is that, no matter where you go to law school, your top-percentile LSAT score aligns you with your optimal academic success. Manhattan Review is here to assist you as you begin this process. We have broken down this complex exam, so you don't have to waste study time guessing about where to begin. Instead, you can focus on learning the core materials that are sure to appear on your standardized test. Learn the logic, master the strategies, and practice common test questions with LSAT practice tests. We have ample course materials to make sure you enter the testing classroom with confidence and know-how.

Private tutoring will connect you to an LSAT instructor with first-hand experience and expertise with the test. Many of Manhattan Review's tutors are practicing attorneys who have passed the Bar. Others have used their successful LSAT score to advance their careers in a variety of other industries. Whether off-the-beaten-track or pursuing the trajectory of a power attorney, your start can launch your success. Make the most of Manhattan Review's private tutoring services to get the best test prep materials in the industry, plus the most gifted tutoring support.

Manhattan Review has helped students seeking top scores get into the best law schools in the U.S., as well as reputable programs from around the globe. Work with Manhattan Review to leverage your launching pad into a career in law. This one-on-one attention will give you custom-fit course material, along with a DC-area LSAT tutor that will help you cultivate your candidacy to the best law schools.

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 Washington DC - 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)

Washington DC

Phone: (202) 904-2267

Primary Course Venue:

The Mayflower Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel
1127 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

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

Meet a Washington DC LSAT Tutor: Chad S.

A Memphis native, Chad is a southern boy with a patient disposition and a winning smile. He has a reputation for winning over his students with his sense of humor and down played personality. He also has a full history of accomplishments bullet-pointing his resume. Chad began his undergraduate career studying at Johns Hopkins University, where he thought that pre-Med would be the path for him. This was not to be, as the realm of chemistry and formulas clouded his brain. Chad returned to his home state to attend University of Tennessee in Knoxville, graduating from law school and joining a firm that focuses on complex business litigations and antitrust litigations counseling for both public and private clients.

Now, Chad was intensely loyal to his law firm, but when his wife had the opportunity to study at Georgetown University, he wanted to support her in this culminating achievement of her own academic success. Chad has joined a leading law firm in Washington DC and supports his wife as she rigorously pursues her studies. In his down time, which isn't much, he loves going to the movies, bicycling, and now he's showing students how to ace the LSAT.

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