LSAT Private Tutoring in Auckland (New Zealand)
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) presents as diverse and unique a set of challenges as the students taking the examination. Each test-taker faces his or her own obstacles to their best possible LSAT performance. Manhattan Review is a test prep company that offers Auckland students individual LSAT tutoring, with customized teaching and learning based on student characteristics such as academic background, desired scores, LSAT strengths and weaknesses, and preferred learning style. Our one-on-one LSAT tutoring is therefore the most reliable and efficient method of LSAT preparation available. For students who are more comfortable in group settings, we also have a full schedule of on-site and online LSAT prep courses, and all of our students benefit from our LSAT practice tests. Manhattan Review's LSAT offerings are taught by well-qualified LSAT tutors and instructors, who are graduates of top universities, experienced LSAT educators, and friendly people. Contact us by phone, email, or online to find out more about why our company has been the leading LSAT prep resource since 1999.
The LSAT consists of multiple choice sections in the areas of logical reasoning, reading comprehension, and analytical reasoning, for a total of 101 to 103 questions. The test also includes an unscored writing sample. Raw scores (the number of correct answers) are converted to scaled scores between 120 and 180, in one-point increments. Unlike many other standardized tests, LSAT scores are not reported by section. Anecdotal evidence suggests that most students struggle more with the analytical reasoning section than the others, but all LSAT sections are difficult. This is why it is essential to undergo detailed preparation before attempting the LSAT. Manhattan Review's private LSAT tutoring uses practice LSAT exercises to get a sense of where each student needs to focus his or her efforts. Regular tutor guidance and feedback develop both skill and confidence with respect to LSAT subject matter and test-taking strategies. Our tutors also emphasize the most effective study techniques, which are invaluable to the preparation process.
Student outcomes are, of course, the ultimate assessment of any learning program. At Manhattan Review, we are extremely proud of the fact that our LSAT clients have been accepted to highly selective law schools such as Yale, Harvard, Columbia, Stanford, Northwestern, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown, the University of Michigan, Vanderbilt, Notre Dame, and many more. The job market for graduates of these institutions is lucrative, and our LSAT students are no exception. We've taught students who have later been hired by prestigious law firms (including DLA Piper, Norton Rose Fulbright, Hogan Lovells, and Sidley Austin), Fortune 500 companies (such as Microsoft, JP Morgan Chase, General Motors, and Bank of America), government agencies, and foundations for the public interest. Some of our former students have even started their own legal practices in a variety of legal specialties. With the right legal education, legal career options are abundant. Take the first step in your legal future by preparing for the LSAT with Manhattan Review's LSAT private tutoring or LSAT prep courses in Auckland.
LSAT Private Tutoring
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)
147 Quay Street
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Dustin G., originally from San Antonio, Texas, is a graduate of Duke University and George Washington University Law School. His LSAT score of 172 started an LSAT tutoring career that he has now been practicing for eight years. He is also an attorney who helps selected clients in the areas of criminal and civil defense. Prior to his relocation to Auckland in 2015, he taught LSAT prep in the Washington, DC area.
Dustin's students are immediately enamored with his gregarious personality, which he considers an important element of his teaching. "I like people, and that's probably why they like me," he says. "Students are much more likely to learn if they enjoy the process, and that is completely dependent on the teacher." After tutoring sessions, Dustin enjoys socializing with his students, talking about sports, politics, music, or whatever interests them.