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Next Step LSAT Tutoring Online Pricing

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16 Tutoring Hours: $1,399
  • 1-on-1 Instruction
  • Proprietary Coursebook
  • 20 LSAT preptests
24 Tutoring Hours: $1,999
  • 1-on-1 Instruction
  • Proprietary Coursebook
  • 30 LSAT preptests
40 Tutoring Hours: $3,299
  • 1-on-1 Instruction
  • Proprietary Coursebook
  • 30 LSAT preptests
Competitors’ LSAT rates*
Princeton Review
Tutoring (15 Hours): $3,240 to $6,600
Lecture-Style Classroom Course: $1,299
Kaplan
Tutoring (15 Hours): $2,299
Lecture-Style Classroom Course: $1,399 to $1,549
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Personal Attention for the Price of a LSAT Lecture Course

We understand that professional test preparation is a considerable financial investment. However, our past students have found that the personal attention provided by a Next Step tutor helped them significantly raise their score on the LSAT, leading to better admissions options and, often, tens of thousands of dollars of finncial aid.

Our past students have found that the individual attention and personalized study plans offered by our one-on-one LSAT tutoring program is significantly more effective than a lecture-style prep course. Whether you are starting in the 130’s or the 160’s, Next Step will develop a custom program to help you¬†improve (not some mythical average LSAT student).

Next Step has helped hundreds of students gain admission to the law school of their dreams and earn hundreds of thousands of dollars of scholarships. We have helped students secure admission to Harvard, Michigan, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Emory, NYU, University of Chicago, Case Western, and countless others.

“I had taken the prep course prior to receiving private tutoring through Next Step and I wish I had skipped the former and gone straight to the latter. I found the individual attention of a Next Step private tutor much more valuable than group instruction which, while useful, was too broad and too general. My Next Step tutor was able to isolate my individual strengths and weaknesses so we could tailor a program specific to my needs.” Cameron, admitted to University of North Carolina School of Law (first choice school)

*Competitors’ rates from corporate website accessed 10/10/2011. Not guaranteed to be up to date.

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