LSAT Private Tutoring in St. Gallen (Switzerland)

Manhattan Review is a high-end test prep company that has produced upper-percentile scores on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) for thousands of students around the world. Our LSAT services for St. Gallen students include on-site LSAT group instruction, private LSAT tutoring, online LSAT classes, and LSAT practice tests. All of our LSAT learning plans feature top-notch LSAT teaching delivered by the most qualified LSAT educators in St. Gallen. Our students learn the most effective study techniques, the most favorable approaches to all types of LSAT exercises, and the most strategic test-taking skills. Manhattan Review was founded in New York City in 1999, and is now an international educational services company with operations in major European, North American, Asian, African, and Latin American cities. Test prep for international students is our specialty, and this focus allows us to provide international LSAT instruction that is superior to companies primarily interested in American students. LSAT scores are extremely important to law school applications, and LSAT prep should not be entrusted to ineffective self-study plans or inexperienced tutors. For more information on Manhattan Review's comprehensive LSAT services in St. Gallen, contact us by email, phone, or online.

For most people, the ultimate goal of law school attendance is a successful legal career. Law school plans must therefore be made carefully, and applicants should consider expenses and outcomes as strongly as they weigh admission criteria. The best law schools do tend to be the most expensive, but there are also institutions that charge exorbitant tuition rates for modest employment results. Advance planning and research can help aspiring law students find the best value. Brigham Young University's J. Reuben Clark Law School is an example of a respected program with a reasonable tuition rate of about $24,000 per year (tuition at Harvard Law School, for frame of reference, is almost $60,000 per year). Middle 50% LSAT scores at BYU are 157-164, and its bar passage rate is about 84%. Within nine months of finishing their programs, approximately 76% of BYU graduates found employment in jobs that require a JD. These numbers all compare quite favorably to higher-ranked law schools when one considers the much lower cost.

Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses and private tutoring have helped our students get accepted to their chosen law schools, including Harvard, Stanford, Yale, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown, Notre Dame, Columbia, NYU, UC Berkeley, Vanderbilt, the University of Virginia, BYU, and many more. Our past LSAT clients have been hired as lawyers by Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, large law firms, and public interest organizations, and some have started their own legal practices. Private-sector salaries for graduates of top law schools are usually at least $100,000 per year, and often more. The most effective preparation strategy for law school must include rigorous LSAT instruction. Manhattan Review's LSAT prep services in St. Gallen help our clients significantly improve their prospects for law school, which can produce exponential future rewards.

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

St. Gallen

Primary Course Venue:

Radisson Blu Hotel
St. Jakobstrasse 55
St. Gallen 9000

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

Meet a St. Gallen LSAT Tutor: Rosalie M.

Rosalie M. is a graduate of the University of Florida and Northwestern University's Pritzker School of Law. Originally from Orlando, Florida, she has been teaching LSAT prep in St. Gallen since 2015, and was an LSAT instructor in Miami and Chicago for six years prior to her relocation. As a legal professional, she specializes in contract law, which allows her to practice remotely from anywhere.

Rosalie's LSAT students have been accepted to dozens of selective law schools in the United States and Canada. Her LSAT teaching is characterized by enthusiasm for the subject matter and dedication to student learning. When she's not teaching or practicing law, Rosalie enjoys long drives in the country, vigorous physical exercise, and rooting for all of the Miami sports teams.