LSAT Private Tutoring in Bangkok (Thailand)
Manhattan Review is an international test prep company that offers high-quality services for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) in Bangkok. Law school applicants can improve their LSAT scores and dramatically increase their odds of acceptance with our private LSAT tutoring, online LSAT classes, on-site LSAT courses, and LSAT practice tests. Manhattan Review has successfully taught LSAT prep to thousands of students all over the world since 1999, and our LSAT clients have been accepted to prestigious law schools such as Harvard, Stanford, the University of Chicago, Yale, UC Berkeley, the University of Virginia, Notre Dame, Georgetown, Northwestern, New York University, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, and Duke. Bangkok students who enroll in our LSAT courses or private tutoring plans will receive the best possible instruction in LSAT content, study techniques, and testing strategies for their highest possible scores. Find out more about how Manhattan Review can help you become a successful law school applicant by contacting our Bangkok office today for full details on our LSAT private tutoring and LSAT prep courses.
Law school applications are invariably helped by strong LSAT scores, and test-takers who are able to score in the top 10% will have a number of options for their legal education. Even students with substandard undergraduate GPAs can get accepted to selective law schools if their LSAT scores are high enough. The Law School Admission Council tracks data on law school admission by GPA and LSAT score, and their admission calculator is available for public viewing online. According to this calculator, an applicant with a very modest 2.8 college GPA would have at least a 50% chance of acceptance to several good law schools (including the University of Wisconsin, Northeastern, and the University of Maryland) if his or her LSAT score is at least 165. An LSAT score of 165 is in the top 10% of all test-takers, but this score is realistic with sufficient student effort and the assistance of professional instructors.
Another important issue for prospective law students to consider is employment outcomes. Highly selective law schools are worth the extra effort it takes to get accepted because these institutions have the highest percentages of graduates employed in jobs that require a JD. The American Bar Association requires its accredited law schools to publish employment numbers for its alumni, and this information should be a major factor in where an aspiring law student decides to apply. The most highly ranked law schools have employment rates of 90% or above, but below the top tier, it is possible for a lower-ranked program to have stronger employment outcomes. Law school applicants should therefore carefully review the data, which are almost always easily available on university websites. Manhattan Review students are distinguished by more than law school acceptance. Our LSAT clients have also been successful after law school, and many of them now work for prestigious law firms, various types of public-sector organizations, and Fortune 500 companies.
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 Grande Sukhumvit
250 Sukhumvit Road
Bangkok 10110, Thailand
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Todd C. joined Manhattan Review's Bangkok office in 2015 after a five-year career teaching LSAT prep in the Philadelphia area. In his LSAT teaching, his goal is to improve LSAT performance by working toward the development of reasoning and broad thinking skills. "I've found that if I can help my students think like the people who write the test, all of the necessary LSAT abilities will follow from that," he says.
Todd is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He has taught students from all over the world and in many different learning contexts, including classroom and individual instruction, both on-site and online. A Philadelphia native, he is a devoted fan of the Flyers and the Phillies, and he is also an enthusiastic amateur wrestler.