LSAT Private Tutoring in Dublin (Irland)
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a crucial requirement for students who wish to get accepted to law schools in the United States and Canada. High LSAT scores substantially increase the chances of admission to law school, while poor LSAT performance often precludes serious consideration of an applicant. Manhattan Review in Dublin is a test prep company that understands the importance of the LSAT and has been successfully preparing students for this challenging examination since 1999. We offer Dublin students on-site LSAT prep courses, private LSAT tutoring, LSAT classes in online interactive format, and LSAT practice tests. Our LSAT prep services have a long record of successful acceptances to highly ranked law schools such as Yale, New York University, the University of Virginia, Harvard, and Vanderbilt. Manhattan Review's LSAT tutors and instructors have all passed a rigorous screening process that considers tests scores, academic achievement, professional accomplishment, dedication to teaching, and personality traits. We are quite simply the best available LSAT preparation resource in Dublin.
Prospective law students who wish to maximize their chances of law school acceptance should make rigorous LSAT preparation their highest priority. Law schools are reluctant to admit that the LSAT is the single most important factor in admissions decisions, but available data show that this is often if not usually the case. According to the Law School Admission Council, which collects information on law school admissions, a student with a 3.5 undergraduate GPA and a 160 LSAT score (the 80th percentile) stood a 0-10% chance of acceptance to Columbia Law School. The odds do not significantly increase with a 4.0 GPA and a 160 LSAT (2-12%), but a 12-point boost in the LSAT score to 172 results in an acceptance rate of 26-36% with a 3.5 GPA and 48-58% with a 4.0 GPA. This clearly shows a pattern in which the LSAT is used to screen applicants irrespective of undergraduate GPA. Manhattan Review's LSAT private tutoring and LSAT prep courses teach our students how to excel on the LSAT and greatly improve their prospects for study at elite law schools.
The LSAT is a factor in law school rankings, and law school rankings affect employment opportunities for graduates. Students with the best LSAT scores generally get accepted to the best law schools, and graduates of the most highly ranked institutions usually receive the best job offers. About 94% of recent Columbia Law School graduates were employed in full-time positions that required bar passage within 10 months of graduation. Manhattan Review's past LSAT clients have been hired by many of the top law firms in the United States, including DLA Piper, Sidley Austin, and Reed Smith. We also have former students who have gone to work as prosecutors, public defenders, and government attorneys in a variety of practice areas. A bright and prosperous legal future begins with a distinguished law school application that includes outstanding LSAT scores. Get started on your legal career today with Manhattan Review's LSAT private tutoring and prep courses in Dublin.
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)
Dublin 2, Ireland
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Siobhan P. was born in Skibbereen, County Cork and raised on a nearby farm. She completed her undergraduate degree in philosophy at Georgetown University and her JD at the Boston University School of Law. She scored a 173 on the LSAT, which led to her being hired by Manhattan Review in Boston. After teaching LSAT prep and practicing law for two years, she returned to Ireland in 2013.
Siobhan's students often comment on her legal expertise, encyclopedic knowledge of the LSAT, and relaxed teaching style. "Siobhan is an LSAT tutor who knows a great deal about law school and legal practice in America, but she hasn't lost her Irish charm," said one recent student. "Her teaching is informative, productive, and enjoyable."