LSAT Private Tutoring in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Manhattan Review is the top provider of results-driven LSAT preparation services in Buenos Aires. Law school applicants can reach their preferred LSAT score benchmarks with our traditional LSAT prep courses (which meet at practical Buenos Aires locations), cutting-edge LSAT classes in online interactive format, customized private LSAT tutoring, and authentic LSAT practice tests. Manhattan Review is the test prep industry's leading company for international student education. We are a worldwide firm that teaches the LSAT and other major standardized tests in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Our students learn the higher-order thinking skills that lead to thorough understanding of LSAT content and upper-percentile LSAT performance. Our classroom teachers and individual tutors hold degrees from top universities and elite law schools, and they are experienced educators with strong track records of success. Our instructional methodologies and course materials have been meticulously developed in consultation with the latest research on test prep teaching and learning. Contact Manhattan Review today to learn why we are the best LSAT prep option available. Members of our Buenos Aires support staff are waiting to provide details and answer your questions by phone, email, or online.
Outside of North America, the LSAT is administered up to four times per year at test centers in major cities (there is an official location in Buenos Aires, and local students can peruse available dates by using the test center code 80211). Students must register for the LSAT in advance, either online or by mail. The testing fee is $180.00. Data reported by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) indicate that the mean LSAT score for all students was 150.59. Interestingly, the average score for "foreign" test-takers (outside the U.S. and Canada) was higher than the mean scores for students who took the exam in either North American country (150.26 in the United States, 152.67 in Canada, and 153.51 elsewhere). Among the total group of test-takers, mean scores were higher for males (151.56) than for females (148.98). A score of 160 is in the 84th percentile of all test-takers. A 165 is in the 92nd percentile, and a score of 170 is in the 97th percentile.
Manhattan Review's LSAT prep services have helped countless students receive the LSAT scores expected by prestigious law schools. Our clients have been accepted to Harvard Law School (average LSAT score of 172), Yale Law School (173), Stanford Law School (171), Georgetown Law Center (166), Northwestern University's Pritzker School of Law (168), New York University School of Law (169), and the University of Pennsylvania Law School (169). Former Manhattan Review LSAT students have been hired as legal professionals by Fortune 500 companies, regional businesses around the world, large law firms in the United States, educational institutions, and philanthropic organizations. Selective law schools expect high LSAT scores because the LSAT has been repeatedly correlated to performance in law school coursework. Manhattan Review's professional LSAT instruction will help you meet high admissions standards and reap the rewards of an elite legal education.
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)
Hilton Buenos Aires
Av. Macacha Güemes 351
Buenos Aires C1106BKG, Argentina
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Rashard P. grew up in Chicago, Illinois, where he attended inner-city public schools for his entire primary and secondary education. He completed an undergraduate degree in English literature at the University of Chicago, and then took his JD from the University of Minnesota Law School. He is an experienced attorney in private practice who has been teaching LSAT prep since 2007.
Rashard has an idealistic view of teaching and its role in promoting opportunity. "I come from a humble background," he says. "I was the first member of my family to go to college, and I want to help as many people as possible reach their full potential." In his spare time, Rashard volunteers as an English teacher at a local church. He is also a devoted fan of the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bulls.