Private LSAT Tutoring in Washington, DC
Private LSAT Tutoring in DC
All of our DC tutors have top LSAT scores and years of experience teaching, often in both group and one-on-one sessions. Many of our best tutors were previously with one of the large group lecture firms and joined Next Step in order to provide personal instruction and use their skills to really make an impact on students. Tutors of this talent level are rare, so we only offer in person tutoring in select cities, including Washington DC. Since your sessions are one-on-one, you get a personalized study plan that focuses on the areas that need the most improvement.
Before your first session, you will complete a full length practice LSAT which will help us build your custom study plan. Sometimes students feel hesitant about this “cold read” and wonder why they can’t have instruction for a few weeks before testing. It’s important to remember: at Next Step, we’re here to help, and the program is always tailored to your needs; if those needs should change, so does your study plan. When you pay for tutoring at Next Step, you are not just paying for the time with the tutor. You are paying for our expertise in diagnosing your strengths and weaknesses. We want to customize your study plan based on your personal needs.
Next Step Test Preparation LLC, Washington, DC Local: 202-741-0013 | National Toll-Free: 888-530-NEXT
3640 New Hampshire Ave NW #4, Washington, DC 20011
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Meet Our DC LSAT Tutors
Rob is a professional test preparation tutor with over 10 years of teaching and tutoring experience. He attended Duke University and University of Pennsylvania Law School. He is master of the content in several standardized exams including the LSAT, GRE and SAT and scored in the 99th percentile on his own GRE and LSAT. As one of our senior tutors, Rob works with students in the Washington DC metro area as well as students from all over the globe through our online program.
Michael is recent a graduate of Columbia University School of Law where he was a staff editor on the Journal of Transnational Law. Before entering law school, he completed his Master’s degree in Development Studies at the London School of Economics and earned his Bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, in International Affairs at George Washington University. Michael scored a 174 (99.4 percentile) on the LSAT and has been tutoring the exam for two years. Michael has taught a number of other courses over a four-year teaching career, namely standardized tests like the SAT and English abroad. Michael teaches in the Washington DC metro region and while not tutoring he enjoys jogging, television, museums and the ballet.
All of our LSAT tutors have scored in the 90th percentile or above.
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Washington, DC Law Schools
3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057
Georgetown University Law Center is a top tier school, with a median LSAT score of 167. Not surprisingly, this means it’s also one of the toughest schools to get into, with an acceptance rate of only 24.5%. Surprisingly, it’s still one of the largest in the United States, with almost 2000 students and a balanced gender ratio between them. All in all, a great place to go if you’re looking to network with other prospective legal professionals.
George Washington University Law School
2000 H St NW, Washington, DC 20052
Another highly-competitive law school situated in the nation’s capital, George Washington University is a fairly expensive institution to attend, with an average resident tuition of around $54,000. Of course, it also offers large scholarships ($16,000 average), and boasts a 93.3% employment rate and an 86.2% pass rate on the bar. The biggest issue is the relatively low ratio of teachers to students – 24:1.
Washington College of Law
4300 Nebraska Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016
Located just south of the Tenleytown-AU Metro Station, The Washington College of Law is one of the easier schools in the state to gain entry to, with an average 59.2% acceptance rate. At the same time, GPA is low compared to other law schools, and its bar pass rate is only 74.8%.
LSAT Tutoring Reports
At the end of each lesson our tutors write up a short report to record what was covered and to keep track of a students progress. Check out one of these reports below:
In our first session, we covered the layout of the test, the types of sections, and what role the LSAT plays in law school admissions. We discussed her previous experience with the test and what areas she felt were her strongest based on her diagnostic test and background education. Since she had already worked on logic games a lot on her own, we kicked off with a review of how to approach LR questions, the fundamentals of argument structure, and what the LSAT means when it says “strengthen/weaken.” We looked at a few questions of “Main Point” questions together and then assigned homework.