LSAT Private Tutoring in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia)
Private tutoring for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) effectively positions students to meet the exam's multi-faceted demands. Manhattan Review in Riyadh offers results-oriented LSAT instruction that produces the highest possible LSAT scores in the least possible amount of time. The LSAT is a challenge even for American students who are raised in the culture of which the exam is a product, but the LSAT can be orders of magnitude more intimidating for international students who are unfamiliar with American educational philosophies and practices. Prospective law students in Riyadh would therefore be wise to retain the services of Manhattan Review, a company that specializes in test prep for overseas applicants to institutions in the English-speaking world. We have successfully prepared thousands of foreign students for the LSAT and acceptance to American law schools since 1999, and no other LSAT prep option can approach the results we have produced for the overseas student population that other industry players have unduly neglected.
Manhattan Review's private LSAT tutoring derives its effectiveness from highly personalized instruction. The learning process begins with a thorough assessment of each individual student that considers such factors as academic background, chosen law schools, strengths and weaknesses in LSAT testing areas, preferred learning style, and cultural assets. The sum of this information is as diverse as our students, and we use it to create personalized learning plans that are as efficient as they are effective. An applicant to Harvard Law School, for example, will need to score a 173 in order to be an "average" student at that institution, but a 159 is probably sufficient for the Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University (which is a highly ranked law school in its own right). It is completely nonsensical for students to devote the extra time and effort toward securing the former score when the latter will do. Many test prep companies implement formulaic instruction that does not account for individual goals and needs. At Manhattan Review, our LSAT tutoring is centered on the specific requirements of each and every law school applicant who entrusts us with their future, a grave responsibility that we approach with the utmost care.
Manhattan Review's LSAT tutoring is legitimized by the law school acceptances and professional accomplishments of our students. From Ivy League law schools such as Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and Columbia to respected public institutions such as the University of Virginia, the University of California - Berkeley, the University of Southern California, and the University of Georgia, our students routinely get accepted to the law schools that they've always dreamed of attending. Manhattan Review's LSAT tutoring clients have gone on to work at prestigious law firms, including DLA Piper, Gibson Dunn, Sullivan & Cromwell, and Reed Smith. They've also secured general counsel positions at large private companies, landed jobs as prosecutors and other types of civil servants, and started their own firms. Contact Manhattan Review today for more information on how we can help you replicate the success of our past students.
LSAT Private Tutoring
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)
Sheraton Riyadh Hotel & Towers
King Abdullah Road, Al Wurud
Riyadh 12216, Saudi-Arabien
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Risa C. hails from Barcelona, Spain, where she completed her undergraduate studies at the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya. She is a former LSAT tutoring client herself, and saw her LSAT scores rise by more than 20 points to the level necessary for acceptance to the University of Michigan Law School. After completing her JD, Risa practiced as a criminal defense attorney in the Chicago area for three years.
An interest in teaching led Risa to accept a few course assignments at a Chicago-area law school, and it was at this time that she first became an LSAT tutor on the side. She moved to Riyadh in 2013 to offer legal consulting services for local technology companies wishing to patent their innovations in the United States. Since joining Manhattan Review's Riyadh team of tutors, Risa has taught numerous students who were later accepted to several of the Ivy League law schools in addition to other highly ranked programs.