LSAT Private Tutoring in Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

LSAT Tutoring in Dubai

For Dubai students in need of prep tutoring for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), Manhattan Review's private tutors offer the best available service. We have been helping prospective law students in cities around the world excel on the LSAT and get accepted into top law schools since 1999. Many students receive the greatest benefit from a one-on-one teaching environment, which allows the instruction to be customized to the individual needs and schedule of each client. Our highly trained and experienced tutors craft personalized learning plans that maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of their teaching, producing highly favorable outcomes for their students. Contact Manhattan Review today for more information on our LSAT prep services, and we'll discuss the many things we can do for your future.

The LSAT is only offered four times per year, and can be taken no more than three times within a two-year period. It is common for law school admissions committees to consider the average score of all test attempts rather than just the highest. The LSAT requires mastery of a rather large skill set, from reasoning and analysis to decision-making and inference. Students are therefore well advised not to attempt the LSAT until they are truly ready. Manhattan Review tutors assess their clients at every stage of the tutoring process, which allows targeted instruction throughout. Our students present themselves for the test with the confidence that comes from adequate preparation, and this confidence combines with improved skill level in all testing areas to maximize performance.

Manhattan Review's LSAT tutors and LSAT prep classes have been integral to our students' acceptance to the law schools at Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Chicago, Georgetown, UVA, Northwestern, and many others. Our former clients have graduated from the most recognizable institutions and pursued rewarding legal careers in fields such as labor, personal injury, real estate, tax, civil rights, and employment law. We have former students who are attorneys at Sidley Austin, Weil, Gotshal & Manges, Mayer Brown, and other prominent firms, and we also have past clients who have started their own practice. A promising legal career begins with a competitive law school application, and a competitive law school application must feature the highest possible LSAT scores. Manhattan Review's dedicated LSAT tutors will make the most of your potential.

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

Dubai

Primary Course Venue:

Park Hyatt Dubai
Baniyas Rd
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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

Meet a Dubai LSAT Tutor: Justin M.

Justin M., the son of a career U.S. Air Force officer, grew up on military bases around the world. After graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in education, he served in the U.S. Army for six years. He then completed his JD at Fordham University School of Law, and went into private practice as an advocate for veterans of the armed forces. Several of his clients were considering law school themselves, which led Justin to combine his legal and educational training by tutoring veterans in LSAT prep. His tutoring activities helped finance his budding legal practice, and he enjoyed helping service members become reintegrated into civilian life.

Justin moved to the United Arab Emirates after his wife, an executive at a technology company was offered a position at their Dubai office. He has kept his legal practice afloat by working remotely, and with frequent trips back to New York. While in Dubai, he fills out his schedule as an LSAT tutor for Manhattan Review. "I like the fact that Justin is actively involved in the legal profession," read one comment on his student evaluations. "His tutoring clarifies the relevance of LSAT skills to real-world experience." Justin is also an amateur pilot, and enjoys taking solo flights whenever he has the time.