LSAT Private Tutoring in Munich (Germany)

LSAT Tutoring in Munich

Law schools in the United States and Canada rely heavily on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) to screen applicants. Successful performance on the LSAT is absolutely crucial to law school acceptance. Manhattan Review is an international test prep company that offers a full range of LSAT services in Munich. Local students can receive their best possible LSAT scores with our private LSAT tutoring, on-site LSAT prep courses, online LSAT prep classes, and LSAT practice tests. Since 1999, Manhattan Review has been helping students around the world get accepted to elite law schools such as Stanford, Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Columbia, NYU, the University of Michigan, the University of Toronto, and McGill. Many of our past students are now fully engaged in successful law careers at major firms (including Hogan Lovells, Latham & Watkins, White & Case, and Mayer Brown), Fortune 500 companies (such as Archer Daniels Midland, United Technologies, Prudential Financial, and Dow Chemical), government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels, and organizations that advocate on behalf of the public.

In order to have the best prospects for a legal career, students should target the law schools with the most favorable employment outcomes. All American Bar Association-accredited institutions are required to disclose data on alumni employment, and it is usually easy to find this information on law school websites. Employment outcomes are strongly correlated to law school rankings, which are partially based on the average LSAT scores of accepted students. Higher ranked law schools therefore have a strong incentive to accept the applicants with higher LSAT scores. Yale Law School, for example, is currently ranked #1 by U.S. News & World Report. The LSAT scores of students accepted to Yale range from a low of 160 to a high of 180, with middle 50% scores of 171-176 and a median of 173. Almost all graduates of Yale Law School can look forward to a lucrative job market (the most recent class of 230 students had just 2 members who were unemployed and actively seeking work).

In addition to ample job opportunities, graduates of top law schools generally receive high levels of compensation. The median private-sector starting salary for Yale Law School graduates is $160,000 per year, and is about the same for alumni of Stanford Law (tied for #2 in the United States), UT Austin (#15), UCLA (#17), and Boston University (#20). These types of jobs require acceptance to the law schools that expect high LSAT scores. Manhattan Review's Munich LSAT prep courses and private tutoring show our students how to attain the skills necessary to meet these expectations. Contrary to popular belief, the LSAT is coachable. All of the necessary abilities can be acquired with competent, professional, and experienced instruction. A small investment in Manhattan Review's LSAT prep services in Munich will pay off in the short term (acceptance to a good law school) and down the road (better job opportunities).

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

Munich

Primary Course Venue:

Sheraton Munich
Garmischer Strasse 2
80339 Munich
Germany

Phone: +49-89-3803-8856

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

Meet a Munich LSAT Tutor: Hanna N.

Hanna N. has taught LSAT prep to over 500 students since her tutoring career began in 2011. She is a graduate of Indiana University and the University of Iowa College of Law. Originally from Billings, Montana, she has lived in Munich for the past two years. Formerly a practicing attorney, she now enjoys the flexibility of a tutoring schedule that allows her to spend plenty of time with her two young children.

Hanna's students credit her teaching with boosting their LSAT scores by significant amounts. "When I took the LSAT the first time, I got average scores," said one LSAT client. "Hannah's targeted instruction brought my scores up to the top fifth, which gave me a lot more options for law school." Hanna's hobbies include hiking, jigsaw puzzles, and volleyball.