Best LSAT Tutoring in Edinburgh (Scotland)
Edinburgh students who wish to attend the law schools at Harvard, Princeton, the University of Chicago, Stanford, Columbia, the University of Virginia, or any other U.S. institution should consider Manhattan Review's private tutoring and prep classes for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). We've helped students get accepted to all of the above institutions and many more. Our company has been preparing students for the LSAT and other standardized tests in major cities around the world since 1999. We have a great deal of experience with higher education in the United States, and the LSAT is one of our specialties. Manhattan Review's LSAT prep services include private LSAT tutoring in Edinburgh, on-site LSAT prep classes, online LSAT prep classes, and LSAT practice tests. All of our LSAT prep services are the product of meticulous research, cutting-edge methods of instruction, and vast teaching experience. We are relentless in our pursuit of student success.
Several studies have shown variation in average LSAT scores by academic discipline. It is somewhat surprising that students who majored in criminal justice generally fared the worst on the exam, with an average score of just 146. The highest average LSAT scores were achieved by those with undergraduate degrees in mathematics or physics (160), followed closely by philosophy majors at 157.4. Political science students represented a middle ground at 153.1. Manhattan Review's customized LSAT tutoring plans account for common issues associated with prospective law students from any given discipline, because we realize that different types of students have different needs. We also consider where a specific student would like to attend law school in order to maximize efficiency of instruction. The median LSAT score of students accepted to Harvard Law School is a 172, but for the law school at the University of Montana, this number is a 154. We can accommodate those with Ivy League aspirations, but we can also save time and effort on behalf of applicants to more inclusive institutions.
Manhattan Review's private LSAT tutoring and LSAT prep classes have led to success in law school and after graduation. Our past students have become lawyers in private practice, in areas ranging from criminal defense and civil litigation to probate and real estate law. Our former students also work for many of the top law firms in the United States, including Ropes & Gray, Holland & Knight, Reed Smith, and Mayer Brown. No matter which law school you wish to attend and which area of legal practice you wish to enter, Manhattan Review's LSAT tutoring plans have helped numerous individuals with similar goals live their dreams. Contact us today for more information on how our LSAT private tutoring can help you achieve an outstanding LSAT score, get accepted to your chosen law school, and get you started in the legal profession.
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)
Primary Course Venue:
111 Glasgow Road
Edinburgh EH12 8NF, Scotland
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet an Edinburgh LSAT Tutor: Barry Y.
Barry Y. is a native of Boston, Massachusetts, where he finished 11th in his high school graduating class of 500. He is a graduate of Boston University, with a BS in communications, and Boston College Law School. He worked as a freelance legal journalist in Boston and New York before moving to Edinburgh, where he splits his time between legal research and LSAT tutoring for Manhattan Review. Much of his legal research involves intellectual property issues with respect to Edinburgh businesses and individuals interested in marketing their ideas in the United States.
Barry considers it his mission to increase accessibility to U.S. law schools. "The legal profession benefits from having many different viewpoints, which are only possible if there are lawyers from many different backgrounds," he says. He is proud to have helped students of every socioeconomic level attend and succeed in law school. Barry's students have been accepted as law students at Ivy League universities, large state schools, and smaller institutions, a fact that he is quick to point out. In his spare time, Barry is the goalie on a local amateur ice hockey team.