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One-on-One LSAT Tutoring In New Orleans

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Meet Our New Orleans LSAT Tutor

Ivan has been teaching the LSAT since 1992. He scored in the 99th percentile on the exam. He is one of Next Step’s New Orleans LSAT Tutors.

Private LSAT Tutoring In New Orleans

Are you nervous about the LSAT? With Next Step Test Prep, you won’t need to be. Our tutoring program will have you working one-on-one with a veteran instructor like Ivan to help you earn your best possible score. Everything about the curriculum and schedule will be tailored to suit your unique requirements as a student, and you’ll have access to a team of experts with years of LSAT teaching experience and LSAT scores in the top percentile.

At Next Step, we work with students who:

  • Are just starting their LSAT studies
  • Have taken a prep course but achieved little
  • Want to raise their LSAT score after taking the test

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Law Schools In New Orleans

Tulane University School of Law

6329 Freret St, New Orleans, LA 70118

A relatively large law school located a short drive from the Mississippi River, what makes Tulane University unique is that it offers students the opportunity to directly participate in Louisiana’s civil law system, one of the largest of its kind. It’s also known for its environmental law and sports law programs, while its maritime law program is one of the most highly-regarded in the world. 90.8% of its graduates gain employment after graduation, and 84.9% pass the bar.

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law

526 Pine St, New Orleans, LA 70118

First established in 1914, Loyola’s College of Law is one of fourteen Jesuit law schools in the nation, and one of the few institutions that offers education in both civil law and common law. It has a relatively low median LSAT score, at 151, and an acceptance rate of 76.3%. Students who wish to pursue a legal career in music, film, or sports are given multiple opportunities to meet and interact with professionals in these areas.

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