LSAT Private Tutoring in Shanghai (China)
High scores on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) generally impress law school admissions committees and result in higher chances of acceptance. Manhattan Review is an international test prep company that provides outstanding LSAT instruction in several different formats. Shanghai students can receive LSAT scores that exceed their most optimistic expectations with our on-site LSAT prep classes, LSAT courses in online interactive format, or private LSAT tutoring. We are also a provider of LSAT practice tests, which are a useful tool for LSAT preparation. Manhattan Review has been a leading LSAT prep resource for students around the world since 1999, and we have helped a very large number of our clients get accepted to their first-choice law schools. No other company can match our level of experience with international applicants to law schools in the United States and Canada. Unlike other test prep companies, international students make up the majority of our clientele, and we therefore possess an optimal understanding of how to most effectively teach this type of student. Receive all of the relevant details, scheduling information, and answers to your questions about our Shanghai LSAT prep services by contacting us today.
Several factors combine to make the LSAT the most important factor in law school applications. One is the connection between law school rankings and the average LSAT scores of an institution's accepted students. The law school rankings methodology used by U.S. News & World Report (which is probably the most widely consulted rankings resource) weighs LSAT scores at 0.125 of the total, meaning that average LSAT scores account for one-eighth of a law school's final rank. LSAT scores are also considered to be more objective assessments of applicant ability in comparison to the variability of undergraduate programs. Perhaps most importantly, the LSAT has been shown by independent researchers to have a moderate level of predictive validity. One study found that LSAT scores were almost 60% better at forecasting first-year law school grades than undergraduate GPA, although combining both elements produced even higher rates of reliability. The LSAT is a trusted and respected assessment, and law school applicants would be well advised to give LSAT prep their most conscientious effort.
Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses and private tutoring in Shanghai teach our students how to master this difficult exam and get accepted to prestigious law schools such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, NYU, Columbia, UC Berkeley, UCLA, the University of Virginia, Georgetown, McGill, the University of Toronto, and the University of British Columbia. Employment prospects for law school graduates are affected by law school rankings, and the top institutions generally produce the most favorable employment outcomes. Manhattan Review's LSAT clients have been hired by Fortune 500 companies (such as CVS Health, Bank of America, State Farm Insurance, and Microsoft) and top law firms (including White & Case, Reed Smith, DLA Piper, and Mayer Brown). Our former students have also gone into civil service, law enforcement, and several other types of public-sector legal careers. High LSAT scores will help get your career as a lawyer off to a promising start. Manhattan Review's LSAT prep services in Shanghai will show you how to dominate the LSAT.
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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 Shanghai Hongkou Hotel
59 Siping Road
Shanghai 200086, China
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Shanghai LSAT Tutor: Aidan C.
Aidan C. is a graduate of Yale University and the University of Michigan Law School. He worked as a public defender in Detroit for five years before his relocation to Shanghai in 2015, where he is currently a freelance legal consultant. He has been teaching LSAT prep since his first year of law school in 2006, and has been working for Manhattan Review since 2010.
Aidan's LSAT students have been accepted to highly ranked law schools in the United States (including the University of Pennsylvania, NYU, and Duke) and Canada (McGill, the University of Toronto, and Queen's University). His students describe him as a highly qualified LSAT instructor with an effective and engaging approach to teaching.