LSAT Private Tutoring in Wellington (New Zealand)

LSAT Tutoring in Wellington

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) requires a broad set of skills, which are usually difficult to acquire without experienced instruction. Manhattan Review is Wellington's top company for rigorous and effective LSAT preparation services, which may be taken in a variety of flexible formats. LSAT learners in need of individual instruction should choose our customized LSAT private tutoring, which implements differentiated learning plans based on specific student characteristics, such as LSAT strengths and weaknesses, undergraduate academic major, and preferred learning style. Proactive LSAT students may find our online LSAT instruction to be the best option. We use cutting-edge educational technology to bring the classroom to our students' homes, favorite coffee shops, parks, beaches, or anywhere with an internet connection. Those who prefer the traditional learning experience should opt for our on-site LSAT prep courses, which meet at convenient locations in Wellington. We are also a trusted author and vendor of realistic LSAT practice tests, which are eminently helpful to the assessment of progress and the formulation of study plans. Get started today on Wellington's most distinguished LSAT preparation with Manhattan Review.

Manhattan Review is an international test prep firm founded in 1999, and our LSAT instruction has helped thousands of students achieve their most optimistic LSAT scores and secure acceptance to top law schools. Our past LSAT clients have gained admission to a long list of elite programs at world-class universities such as Stanford, Harvard, Yale, the University of California-Berkeley, Georgetown, the University of Chicago, the University of Michigan, Northwestern, the University of California-Los Angeles, the University of Virginia, New York University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Notre Dame. Our LSAT students eventually graduate from these prestigious law schools with a variety of lucrative options in the job market. Some have been hired as staff attorneys at Fortune 500 companies, such as Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, Bank of America, United Technologies, World Fuel Services, and Walgreens Boots Alliance. Others have accepted offers from prominent law firms, government agencies, or public interest organizations. Manhattan Review's LSAT prep services in Wellington can help you get started on a lifetime of success. Contact us today for details on course options and course scheduling.

Students who conduct detailed research on law schools can usually find great value by looking at some of the programs in the second tier. These types of institutions are usually much less expensive, and they often compete with the name-brand schools in terms of employment outcomes. At the University of Wisconsin Law School, approximately 76% of graduates incur debt averaging about $84,000, which is only slightly more than half of the average debt of Harvard Law School students (about $150,000). While Wisconsin's graduate employment rate is somewhat lower than Harvard (80% versus 94%), it is still quite high. The average private-sector starting salary of a Wisconsin alumnus or alumna, about $115,000 per year, is nearly 72% of the Harvard average ($160,000). In short, Wisconsin students incur about half the costs but receive around three-quarters of the benefits when compared to their peers at Harvard. The blue-chip schools may have well-earned name recognition, but law students have many other options for high-quality legal training.

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


Primary Course Venue:

Novotel Wellington
133/131-137 The Terrace
Wellington 6001, New Zealand

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

Meet a Wellington LSAT Tutor: Nigel R.

Nigel R., an Auckland native, was educated at Pennsylvania State University and at Northeastern University School of Law, completing a bachelor's degree in English and a juris doctor respectively. He spent five years as a junior associate at a major law firm in Boston before opting for a career in teaching and research. He returned home to New Zealand in 2016 and joined Manhattan Review's Wellington LSAT team last year.

With more than eight years of total experience as an LSAT educator, Nigel is an LSAT veteran. His students describe him as an effective LSAT educator in all contexts, from group courses and individual tutoring to on-site and online formats. His instruction has facilitated several hundred acceptances to American law schools, including many of the most highly ranked institutions. In his spare time, Nigel rebuilds antique automobiles with a group of his friends.