LSAT Private Tutoring in Toronto (Canada)
The LSAT is unlike other exams that schools look at, in that it is taken much more seriously than your grades in college prior to this. A strong LSAT score can compensate for a middling college performance very easily, but getting a middling LSAT score and strong grades in college will likely not bode well for getting into your top choice of law school. This makes a strong performance on the exam incredibly critical, as it can affect your odds of getting into a top law school and thus have long term effects on the shape of your potential career in the law. It is very important to take the steps that will ensure you can successfully make your way on the path you would like to take in terms of law school performance.
Since the exam requires you to test your critical thinking and logical problem-solving skills, taking advantage of a private tutor who can help you grasp the nuances of the various logical problems that the LSAT tests its takers on is a good way to help prepare yourself for the day of the test. Manhattan Review has some of the best tutors in the Toronto area for LSAT preparation, and they can be used on a customizable schedule with a study plan that is tailored to the individual student's needs and learning style.
While some students learn best in the context of being in a group in a classroom setting where they can pull from the atmosphere of being around many others looking to learn and achieve the same goals, some students are best suited to being taught in a one on one context with an understanding tutor who can focus their attention solely on them. The nature of a tutor being able to focus all their attention on the solo student potentially brings out the best possible learning environment for that student. Manhattan Review offers private tutoring to students located in the Toronto area, with both in-person and online tutoring options available for your use in studying and preparing for the LSAT exam. Our tutors have all taken the LSAT for themselves and scored very highly on it, and many have been teaching our students as their primary occupation for several years for added experience in understanding the nature of the exam. We offer flexible scheduling for your convenience, and the tutor's lesson plans are potentially adaptable to your learning style while also maintaining the rigor that is needed for maintaining a concrete study plan in your exam preparation. Call or email Manhattan Review today to learn more about how our LSAT testing tutors can help you with your study plans, your academic goals, and in achieving your post-academic career goals today.
LSAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
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)
Primary Course Venue:
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Toronto Teaching Center at the Sheraton
123 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2M9
Phone: (416) 628-9976
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Toronto LSAT Tutor: Louis T.
Louis is a Stanford graduate whose original experience as a private tutor was the result of a friend's suggestion after he helped him with an assignment. He managed to gain experience with most of the major standardized tests and now uses his experiences with all of them to help others in their test preparation processes. Having used a tutor in his own right when taking the LSAT, Louis tries to channel that instructor's energy when encouraging his students to figure out the appropriate way to solve a problem. He also uses several of the same methods that his tutor taught him when he is teaching the LSAT to potential students, and they have helped many of his tutoring students gain several points over the course of their practice exams leading up to the day of the test. As he continues working with students, he keeps up with current test trends to have a better idea of what will be on the upcoming exams.
In his spare time, Louis likes to spend his free moments traveling, particularly to visit the European members of his family. As a firm believer in the idea that expanding one's horizons allows for a greater mental capacity to perform well, Louis frequently likes to engage with his student's interests and activities outside of test preparation and apply them in some way to the studying process. Since he believes that learning can be fun, he sees no reason to not blend one's passions with one's study in order to develop both greater skills and greater appreciation for both of these.