Best LSAT Test Prep Tutoring in Zurich

LSAT Tutoring in Zurich

Manhattan Review is an American company that has been offering respected LSAT prep services to students in Zurich and other cities around the world since 1999. Founded by a tenured professor and immigrant to the United States, our company is primarily devoted to serving the test prep needs of international applicants to post-secondary institutions in English-speaking countries. Most of our students live outside of the United States, and we can therefore offer a level of experience with international students that is second to none. Our high-quality LSAT services include on-site prep classes in Zurich, prep classes in online interactive format, private tutoring in Zurich, and practice tests. Manhattan Review's LSAT tutors and instructors are graduates of top law schools and experienced LSAT teachers who are committed to helping their students reach their law school goals. Zurich students can rest assured that Manhattan Review's LSAT prep services will produce their best possible LSAT scores.

Manhattan Review's private LSAT tutoring features personalized learning plans that are custom-designed to meet the specific test prep needs of each student. We conduct thorough assessments of our students, which allows us to precisely target our instruction and streamline the test preparation process. The LSAT consists of four sections: reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and writing. Most students are better in some of these areas than others, and this is usually linked to undergraduate major. Liberal arts students, for example, tend to perform better on the reading and writing sections, while science majors often show a higher skill level with the reasoning sections. Learning style is another consideration. That no two students most effectively learn in exactly the same way is conventional pedagogical wisdom. Some benefit most from visually oriented instruction, while others are primarily aural learners. We also take our students' personal and cultural backgrounds into account when devising our customized LSAT learning plans. Consideration of all relevant student characteristics results in highly effective LSAT instruction for peak LSAT performance.

Manhattan Review's LSAT private tutoring and prep classes derive their credibility from countless selective law school acceptances. Our students have been accepted to and graduated from the best law schools in the United States, including Harvard, Stanford, Northwestern, the University of Michigan, the University of Virginia, Georgetown, Duke, and Columbia. Our clients have become in-demand legal professionals upon completion of their law degrees. Some have been hired by top-notch law firms such as Hogan Lovells, Greenberg Traurig, Reed Smith, and Kirkland & Ellis. Others have gone into public service or public advocacy, at government agencies or philanthropic organizations, and we even have past clients who have started their own legal practices in a variety of legal specialties. Manhattan Review's LSAT private tutoring and prep classes have helped start numerous legal careers. Contact us right away for more information on how we can help get your legal career off to a promising start.

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

Zurich

Primary Course Venue:

Rohrhaldenstrasse 45
Zürich 8712, Schweiz

Phone: +41-(0)43-508-0991

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

Meet a Zuerich LSAT Tutor: Marco L.

Marco L. was born and raised in Florence, Italy. He is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University, with an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, and he also completed a JD at Cornell Law School. He specializes in the legal issues surrounding technological innovation, and he is currently a staff attorney at a Zurich technology services firm. He has worked as an LSAT tutor on the side since 2008, and has lived in Zurich since 2014.

Marco's LSAT teaching is based on his own successful experience with LSAT prep, which resulted in an LSAT score of 171 (the 98th percentile of all test-takers). "My LSAT tutoring combines my own ideas with methods that I learned as a student in a formal LSAT prep course, which brought my scores up considerably," he says. "At the risk of sounding immodest, these methods have been proven to work for my students."