LSAT Private Tutoring in Copenhagen (Denmark)
Manhattan Review provides Copenhagen students with several preparation services for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Law school applicants in Copenhagen can receive their highest possible LSAT scores with our on-site or online LSAT prep courses, LSAT private tutoring, and LSAT practice tests. Manhattan Review, an international test prep company founded in 1999, has helped thousands of students receive high LSAT scores and get accepted to the world-class law schools at elite institutions such as Harvard, Columbia, Cornell, Georgetown, Yale, Stanford, the University of Chicago, Northwestern, the University of Michigan, UC Berkeley, Notre Dame, Vanderbilt, the University of Virginia, and many more. Our company specializes in test prep for international students, and we have more experience with a diverse student body than any of our competitors. Manhattan Review students learn the most effective LSAT study techniques, test-taking strategies, and approaches to all types of LSAT exercises, and our LSAT instructors are the most qualified LSAT teachers available in Copenhagen. For details on our LSAT learning plans for aspiring law students in Copenhagen, contact us right away online, by phone, or by email.
High LSAT scores produce much more favorable odds of law school acceptance than average LSAT performance. The University of North Carolina School of Law, for example, is a top-50 institution with an overall acceptance rate of approximately 44%. According to admissions data from the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), applicants with LSAT scores between 160 and 164 can expect an acceptance rate of 74%, and students with LSAT scores of 165 or higher are admitted at a rate of almost 86%. The mean score for all test-takers is between 151 and 152. UNC applicants with LSAT scores in the 150-154 range were less than 12% likely to be accepted, and this program did not accept any students with LSAT scores below 150. The admit rate for UNC applicants with LSAT scores above 164 and GPAs between 3.0 and 3.25 (81%) was almost three times as high as the rate for applicants with LSAT scores of 150-159 and GPAs of 3.75 or above (29%). All students can substantially improve their law school prospects with elite LSAT scores, regardless of their undergraduate GPAs.
Numerous former Manhattan Review students have completed their JDs and gone on to prosperous careers in every area of legal practice. Our past LSAT clients have been hired by white-shoe law firms, Fortune 500 businesses, government agencies at all levels, and philanthropic organizations devoted to the public interest. In addition to selectivity, prospective law students should examine employment outcomes for the programs they are considering. Although the highest-ranked law schools tend to have the best job numbers, there is not always a linear correlation between degree of selectivity and employment percentages. The College of William & Mary's Marshall-Wythe School of Law is an institution that has been ranked in the top 40 nationally, but nonetheless has rather poor employment numbers for its graduates (just 49% are employed at graduation). The lower-ranked Carey School of Law at the University of Maryland offers better employment outcomes (59%). Law school decisions should consider all of these factors.
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)
Crowne Plaza CopenHagen Towers
Orestads BouleVard 114-118
Copenhagen 2300, Denmark
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Steve S., originally from the Canadian city of Calgary, holds a bachelor's degree in biology from McGill University and a JD from the University of Florida's Levin College of Law. His legal specialty is international trade, and he is currently working for a Copenhagen export/import company. He has been living in the city since 2014, and previously practiced law in the Miami area.
Steve has been a teacher of on-site and online LSAT prep courses and LSAT private tutoring plans since 2008. He has now taught nearly 1,000 students how to prepare for the LSAT, and many of his students have been accepted to the best law schools in the United States. When he's not teaching or practicing law, Steve enjoys staying physically active, especially running and swimming.