LSAT Private Tutoring in Cape Town (South Africa)
Focused instruction and targeted learning produce the highest possible scores on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Manhattan Review offers law school applicants in Cape Town customized private LSAT tutoring that combines effective instruction, proven study techniques, and convenience in scheduling and location. Our LSAT tutors create individual learning plans for each student based on the pedagogical concept of differentiated instruction, which implements LSAT learning through consideration of specific student characteristics such as academic background, academic goals, preferred learning style, and any relevant ancillary issues. This type of learning program allows students to make maximum use of their prep time by concentrating on their specific needs in terms of LSAT content, assessment and feedback, and organization of daily study sessions. We also provide a variety of other services associated with the LSAT, including LSAT group instruction in both on-site and online formats, LSAT practice tests, and application advising. We'll be more than happy to answer any of your questions by phone, email, or online.
Prospective law students should begin the preparation process with a sober assessment of the LSAT scores needed for law school acceptance. It is common for students to have little understanding of what constitutes a "good" LSAT score at a given school. Fortunately, this information is not all that difficult to acquire. The Law School Admission Council (LSAC), the organization that administers the LSAT, provides an admissions calculator based on undergraduate GPA and LSAT score. Boston University Law School, currently ranked #20 in the United States, serves as an illustrative example. According to LSAC, a student with a 150 LSAT score (the approximate average of all test-takers) would have at most a 12% chance of acceptance, regardless of their GPA. With a 165 LSAT and a 3.5 GPA, however, the odds shoot up to at least 60% and as high as 75%. This example can be generalized to a great degree. LSAC data show that any student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and an LSAT score of 165 or better is more likely to be accepted than rejected at 175 of the 202 law schools (about 87%) accredited by the American Bar Association. Students interested in the most highly ranked schools should therefore aim for scores of 170 or above, which is attainable with top-notch instruction.
A high LSAT score is the key to law school acceptance, and Manhattan Review has taught thousands of students how to most easily receive these high scores. Our students have been accepted to the law schools at Harvard, Yale, Georgetown, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, Stanford, NYU, the University of Chicago, Duke, the University of Virginia, and many more. Graduates of selective law schools are extremely desirable in the job market, and we've seen our former students hired by large law firms (such as Baker & McKenzie, DLA Piper, Jones Day, and Hogan Lovells) and Fortune 500 companies (including Berkshire Hathaway, Bank of America, Prudential Financial, and Wells Fargo) as well as governmental and nongovernmental organizations around the world. With Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses and private tutoring in Cape Town, you can get accepted to a great law school and later begin a distinguished legal career.
LSAT Private Tutoring
Southern Sun Cape Sun
Cape Town Central 8000, South Africa
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Bianca B. is a patent attorney who has been a part-time LSAT tutor since 2007. She is a graduate of Penn State University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. She was formerly an associate at a New York City law firm before moving to Cape Town in 2013. She scored a 173 on the LSAT, which placed her in the top 10% of her class at Penn Law and in the 99th percentile of all test-takers.
Bianca has now taught LSAT prep to over 400 students in group classroom and individual settings. Her LSAT clients have been accepted to Georgetown Law Center, the Gould School of Law at the University of Southern California, the University of Chicago Law School, and the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. She continues to maintain an active career as a practicing attorney, consulting with American clients on a remote basis.