LSAT Private Tutoring in Warsaw (Poland)

LSAT Tutoring in Warsaw

Law schools in the United States require applicants to submit scores for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). The LSAT is a major factor in admissions decisions, and high LSAT scores will increase the odds of acceptance for almost any applicant. Manhattan Review is Warsaw's top provider of rigorous, comprehensive, and effective LSAT private tutoring, LSAT prep courses (available either on-site or online), and LSAT practice tests. All of our LSAT offerings feature detailed coverage of LSAT exercises, thorough instruction on the development of out-of-class LSAT study plans, and informed advice for improving testing skills. Our Warsaw LSAT teachers are graduates of elite universities and selective law schools, and they are also highly experienced LSAT teachers dedicated to student success. Manhattan Review, an international test prep company founded in 1999, has helped thousands of students get accepted to top-ranked law schools, and we specialize in LSAT instruction for the international student population that most other firms neglect. Start improving your law school admissions prospects today with Manhattan Review in Warsaw.

The Law School Admission Council (LSAC), the organization that administers the LSAT, provides a number of valuable resources for law school applicants. One of these is an admissions calculator that allows students to view their chances of acceptance to any American Bar Association-accredited law school, based on their GPA and LSAT score. The data available through this calculator, which is drawn from law school enrollment statistics, shows just how much the LSAT influences admissions decisions. A hypothetical applicant to Boston College Law School with a (rather low) 3.0 GPA and an LSAT score of 165 (the 92nd percentile of all test-takers) would have admission odds of 39-50%. A Boston College applicant with a much higher GPA of 3.75 and a much lower LSAT score of 150 would have a 10% chance of acceptance at most. At the College of William & Mary Law School, the same low GPA-high LSAT score combination is associated with acceptance odds that are over three times greater than the prospects for applicants with high GPAs and low LSAT scores (29-39% versus 2-12%). Rigorous LSAT prep is quite simply the best thing you can do for your law school application, regardless of your GPA.

Manhattan Review's LSAT students have regularly met high LSAT standards and secured acceptance to top law schools such as Harvard, the University of Chicago, UC Berkeley, Yale, New York University, Stanford, Columbia, Northwestern, the University of Virginia, Georgetown, the University of Michigan, Cornell, Duke, the University of Southern California, Vanderbilt, and the University of Texas. Thousands of our former LSAT clients have finished their JDs and are now lawyers for a variety of organizations, including large law firms, Fortune 500 companies, public interest organizations, and government agencies. Long-term success is almost always the result of long-term planning, and the LSAT is one of the keys to your legal future. The law schools that expect the highest LSAT scores are also the institutions with the best employment outcomes, and comprehensive LSAT prep is therefore worth the effort and expense. Find out more about Manhattan Review's LSAT private tutoring, LSAT prep courses, and LSAT practice tests in Warsaw by contacting us as soon as possible.

LSAT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

LSAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online


Primary Course Venue:

Hilton Warsaw Hotel
Grzybowska 63
Warsaw 00-844, Poland

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Warsaw LSAT Tutor: Gregory Z.

Gregory Z., originally from a New Jersey suburb of Philadelphia, teaches on-site and online LSAT prep courses and LSAT individual tutoring for Manhattan Review. He began his LSAT teaching career in his native city, and he became a member of our Warsaw team of LSAT educators in 2015. He now has eight total years of LSAT teaching experience, and has taught LSAT prep to over 500 students.

Gregory earned a bachelor's degree in computer science at Pennsylvania State University, and he completed his JD at the University of Connecticut School of Law. His students have praised his LSAT teaching highly, and they particularly appreciate his attention to detail and his engaging style of instruction. Gregory's hobbies include fishing, surfing, and playing guitar.