LSAT Private Tutoring in Lausanne (Switzerland)
Lausanne students who wish to gain acceptance to law schools in the United States and Canada must submit scores for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Success on this difficult assessment requires substantial preparation with an experienced and dedicated LSAT teacher. Manhattan Review in Lausanne offers all of the services required for superior LSAT scores, including on-site and online LSAT prep courses, LSAT private tutoring, and LSAT practice tests. We have been helping students succeed on all of the major university admission tests since 1999, and we are known throughout the industry for our innovations in test prep teaching and learning. Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses and private tutoring plans are taught by Lausanne's top LSAT educators, who are rigorously screened before hiring and thoroughly trained afterwards. Our course syllabi and course materials have been developed in conjunction with cutting-edge pedagogical research for maximum accessibility and effectiveness with diverse groups of students. Law school applicants in Lausanne cannot find a better LSAT prep resource anywhere.
Though most law schools do not have minimum LSAT thresholds for their applicants, each accredited institution is required by the American Bar Association (ABA) to disclose certain information about their students, including LSAT scores. The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) releases statistics on every ABA-accredited program. These resources combine to yield reliable information on the expectations of admissions committees. Viewing the class profile at Cornell Law School, for example, will show that the 50th-percentile LSAT score is 167 and the 50th-percentile undergraduate GPA is 3.74. LSAC admission data show that a student with these numbers would have acceptance odds of 38-48%. With a 175 LSAT score and no increase in GPA, however, the odds go up to 65-76%. In this case, an eight-point LSAT improvement can double an applicant's chances of success, irrespective of GPA. Contrary to popular belief, the overwhelming majority of college graduates are intelligent enough to produce elite LSAT scores, provided they have undergone proper instruction and preparation.
Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses and private tutoring have been legitimized by thousands of acceptances to the best law schools in the United States, including Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, Yale, NYU, Northwestern, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown, Duke, the University of Michigan, the University of Virginia, and Vanderbilt. Elite legal training generally leads to a distinguished legal career, and we are proud to report that our LSAT clients have been hired by top law firms (such as Reed Smith, Sidley Austin, and Greenberg Traurig), Fortune 500 companies (including Prudential Financial, Berkshire Hathaway, and Bank of America), government agencies (the U.S. Department of Justice, for example), and international relief organizations (e.g. Doctors Without Borders and the Red Cross). High LSAT scores give law school applicants the greatest range of choice for their legal training, and allow them to enroll in the programs with the most favorable employment outcomes. Learn how to get your legal career off to a promising start with Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses and private tutoring in Lausanne.
LSAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
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)
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Meet a Lausanne LSAT Tutor: Beatrice M.
Beatrice M. is a graduate of Harvard University and Northwestern University Law School. An experienced litigator, she has been a lawyer in private practice since 2007. She moved to Lausanne in 2013 after her husband, a business professor, secured a teaching job. She has been teaching LSAT prep for five years in classroom and individual settings, and has now helped more than 300 students prepare for the LSAT.
Beatrice's LSAT teaching is centered on the idea of skill development for both the LSAT and law school. "The concepts that I teach my students pay off with more than just higher LSAT scores," she says. "The reasoning abilities that are learned while preparing for the LSAT will also benefit my students in their law school courses, and I make sure to point this out to them on a regular basis." In her spare time, Beatrice stays informed on current events, takes care of her tomato garden, and roots for her hometown Atlanta Braves.