Based in New York City (NYC), Manhattan Elite Prep offers LSAT test prep classes and tutoring services. We also have expert tutors for all major LSAT sections including Logic Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension & Essay. With locations on the East Coast, from Boston (MA) to Miami (FL), to cities on the West Coast, such as San Diego (CA), Los Angeles (CA), San Jose (CA) and San Francisco (CA), Manhattan Elite Prep has instructors in almost every major city in the United States.
Our LSAT tutors help students achieve their best score in private tutoring sessions throughout the country, from our Dallas (TX), Houston (TX) and Austin (TX) locations in Texas, to our Chicago (IL), Cincinnati (OH), Columbus (OH) and Indianapolis (IN) locations. We offer private tutoring for the LSAT, among other tests, in cities away from the major metro areas, such as Louisville (KY), St. Louis (MO), Salt Lake City (UT), Oklahoma City (OK) and Kansas City (KS).
For students pursuing LSAT tutoring in Jacksonville (FL), New Orleans (LA), and West Palm Beach (FL), we allow for maximum flexibility by providing them with immediate and unlimited access to our online library. For LSAT students, exceptional private tutoring can be difficult to find in places such as Las Vegas (NV) and Providence (RI), so we are always sure to have LSAT tutors available at affordable rates.
We know that certain regions attract different types of professionals. If you are engaged in a high-paced work environment with limited time to study, in places such as Denver (CO), Irvine (CA) and Charlotte (NC), our LSAT private course offers a personal, comprehensive overview of the LSAT exam. Similarly, in places such as College Park (MD), Washington DC, Minneapolis (MN), New Brunswick (NJ) and Philadelphia (PA), our LSAT 1-on-1 in-person or online private tutoring is designed to reflect the college student's schedule. In short, from Orlando (FL) to Portland (OR), and every city in between, our LSAT course and tutoring preparation options can cater to any student's needs and requirements.