Private LSAT Tutoring in Chicago, IL
Private LSAT Tutoring in Chicago
Next Step’s LSAT tutoring has worked for all kinds of people all over the country. Our personalized approach allows our tutors to pinpoint their students’ needs and focus their energy on the right areas. Our Chicago area tutors are some of the best. Work one-on-one with your tutor to design a customized plan that fits your goals and your schedule. Get the individual attention you need from a top-performing LSAT expert in Chicago.
Have you started a prep course or tried studying on your own only to find that you’re not improving? Have you already taken the LSAT and received less than satisfactory results? Are you trying to get into a top tier law program that requires a top tier LSAT score? Regardless of your situation, our students have been there before…probably a few hundred times. Next Step specializes in the skills aspiring top performers need to give them an edge on the competition. Let Next Step help make sure that this LSAT is your last LSAT.
Next Step Test Preparation LLC, Chicago Local: 773-257-3391 | National Toll-Free: 888-530-NEXT
4256 N Ravenswood Suite 303 Chicago, IL 60613
Meet Our Chicago LSAT Tutors
Meg is a practicing attorney with over 10 years of teaching experience. She’s on faculty at Columbia College in Chicago and has taught legal courses. She scored in the 98% on the LSAT.
Eric is currently a high school teacher in Chicago, Illinois. He majored in European history and philosophy at DePaul University, graduating with honors, and has a Master’s Degree in Teaching from the University of Illinois-Chicago. He scored a 170 on his LSAT and was admitted to Northwestern University and the University of Michigan. Prior to his high school teaching career, Eric taught the LSAT for three years.
Cary has enjoyed tutoring students from a variety of backgrounds and academic disciplines for the better part of the last decade. He studied history at the University of Illinois and helped students with both LSAT preparation and creating their graduate school applications during his time there. He scored in the 98th percentile of the LSAT and is currently a law student at the University of Chicago.
All of our LSAT tutors have scored in the 90th percentile or above.
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So what are you waiting for? If you are looking for in-person tutoring to prepare for the LSAT you should work with one of our Chicago Tutors. Next Step only hires the best private tutors. We guarantee that your private tutor will help you achieve your score goals. Fill out the form below to schedule your Chicago LSAT tutoring consultation today.
Law Schools in Chicago
Next Step LSAT students have gotten accepted to some of the top area law schools including:
University of Chicago Law School
1111 East 60th Street Chicago, Illinois 60637
The most prestigious law school in Chicago at the most prestigious university, the Law School of the University of Chicago consistently ranks in the top 10 schools in the country, usually hovering around number 5 (currently ranked 4th). It has a total student population of 604 students, with approximately 3 men for every 2 women. Every year, the University of Chicago Law School accepts around 18% of its applicants. As one of the best law schools in the country, it demands absolutely exceptional grades and scores: the median incoming LSAT score for those admitted in 2014 was 170, with 25th percentile scoring 166 and 75th scoring 172. GPA is similarly competitive: the median was 3.9, with 25th percentile at 3.79 and 75th percentile at 3.96 – in other words, more than half of the admitted students had a GPA of 3.9 or better.
375 E. Chicago Avenue Chicago, IL 60611
Even though Northwestern University’s School of Law is the second best in Chicago, it remains one of the best in the country, considered a “top 14 law school” usually hovering between 10th and 12th in the rankings (currently 12th). In 2014, it had 4036 applicants and admitted only 996, an acceptance rate of approximately 25% (of those 996, 242 went on to matriculate). The overall student body of the law school numbers at 763 students with 103 full-time faculty members. As one of the best universities in the country, the application numbers are highly competitive: the median LSAT score for admitted students in 2014 was 168, with the 25th percentile scoring 162 and the 75th scoring 170. GPA was similarly competitive at 3.75, with 25th percentile scoring 3.53 and 75th percentile scoring 3.83. Tuition and Fees for an academic year at Northwestern University School of Law was $56,434.
25 E. Pearson Street Chicago, IL 60611
Loyala University Chicago School of Law was founded in 1908. It is within walking distance of the Magnificent Mile in Chicago. In 2014, Loyala was ranked #48 in the country, making it one of the best law schools in Chicago. Loyola has a 52% acceptance rate and a ratio of approximately 3 women for every 2 men. Approximately 60% of the law students at Loyola are from out of state. Unlike most law programs, the Loyola School of Law does not require an application fee. There are approximately 1100 students currently enrolled in the law school, with a total faculty of 188. The interquartile range for LSAT (25th to 75th percentile) in 2014 was 155-159, while GPA had a far broader range of 3.05-3.52. Tuition for an academic year at Loyola was approximately $44,000 in 2014.