One-On-One Tutoring For The LSAT In Austin
Meet Our Austin LSAT Tutor
Mark is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. He is soon to be a graduate from the University of Michigan Law School where he was Executive Articles Editor of the Michigan Journal of Private Equity and Venture Capital Law. He scored in the 95h percentile on the LSAT.
Private LSAT Tutoring In Austin
Are you a student in Austin looking to improve their scores on the LSAT? Then you’ve come to the right place. At Next Step Test Prep, we’ve worked with legal students all over the country, though our results are particularly impressive with the following:
- Students who’ve taken a prep course or started independent studying with little progress.
- Students who’ve taken the LSAT in the past, but need to re-take the exam.
- Students who want to up their marks to get into a top-tier legal program.
How Does Next Step’s LSAT Tutoring Work?
We start by crafting a customized study plan based on your schedule, goals, and needs. Your tutor will work with you to figure out how to help you achieve your personal best through a combination of one-on-one instruction and a diagnostic exam, taken at the start of your program. From your first lesson to test day, your tutoring is focused on three major objectives:
- Building skills based on the formal logic content that forms the LSAT’s academic basis
- Practice with real test questions to help build the experience and confidence necessary to ensure success
- Giving individual attention to your unique weaknesses.
How effective is Next Step’s LSAT tutoring?
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Law Schools In or Near Austin
Austin law students who study with Next Step have been admitted to some of the top law schools in the region, including:
University of Texas at Austin School of Law
727 E Dean Keeton St, Austin, TX 78705.
Consistently ranked among the top twenty law schools in the United States, the University of Texas School of Law sports one of the top median LSAT scores (167), and is one of the toughest law schools to gain admittance to. The trade-off is that for residents, tuition is inexpensive compared to institutions of similar quality, and that graduates have an employment rate of approximately 91%. It’s also one of the largest law schools, with a current student population of 956, 57% of which is male.
Baylor Law School
1114 S University Parks Dr, Waco, TX 76706
Situated approximately an hour and a half outside Austin, the Baylor School of Law is comparatively small, with a student body totalling 396. There are approximately 7 male students for every female student, and the majority of graduates have passed the bar with flying colors. It boasts the distinction of being one of Texas’s oldest law schools, and was established in 1849.
Dedman School of Law
3315 Daniel Ave, Dallas, TX 75205
Located in Dallas, Texas, the Dedman School of Law is admittedly a bit of a drive – but for the right student, it might be well worth the trip. Its student body numbers at 740 total, with a relatively balanced ratio of male to female students. Of the three schools listed here, it has the highest acceptance rate and employment rate, though tuition for both residents and non-residents is somewhat expensive. Based out of the campus of Southern Methodist University, it’s also quite beautiful.