One-on-One Tutoring For The LSAT In NYC
Meet Our NYC LSAT Tutors
Bryan is a 10-year LSAT tutoring veteran who has worked with literally thousands of students. He received a JD from Rutgers, where he graduated with honors. He scored a 180 on the LSAT.
Michael is a graduate of the University of Chicago. He has over 7 years of tutoring experience and has scored in the 99th percentile of both the GRE and the LSAT. His students routinely give him high praise for his ability to explain challenging concepts in a variety of ways, ensuring student comprehension and raising scores.
Private LSAT Tutoring in New York City
Regardless of whether or not you think yourself a legal genius, the LSAT is an intimidating hurdle to face. The problem is that it’s essential to gaining admittance to any Law School – and unless you ace it, you can kiss the top institutions in the country goodbye. That’s where we come in.
Next Step’s veteran tutors have helped students all over the country, including (but not limited to):
- Students who are taking the LSAT for the first time, but are unsure of where to start.
- Students who need to re-take the LSAT.
- Students looking to up their marks so they can gain acceptance to a top-tier university.
What’s most notable about Next Step is the fact that we offer one-on-one LSAT tutoring, tailored to each student’s individual needs. You’ll be set up with a veteran. top-scoring LSAT instructor, a customized study plan, and a schedule that works to your availability – not the other way around. We also have a team of academic managers on call seven days a week to offer a free consultation and provide you whatever you need to get started.
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Law Schools In New York City
Our students have successfully gained entry to some of the best institutions in New York City, including:
Columbia University School of Law
435 W 116th St, New York, NY 10027
Widely regarded as one of the most prestigious law schools in the world, Columbia University is also one of the largest, with a student body of 1,167. The most notable thing about Columbia (aside from the graduate employment rate, sitting at 97.2%) is the fact that it has an incredible student to faculty ratio of 7:1. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the hardest schools to gain admittance to, with a 21.9% acceptance rate.
New York University School of Law
245 Sullivan St, New York, NY 10012
The oldest law school in New York City (and one of the oldest in the country, as well), the New York University School of Law consistently rates in the world’s top ten institutions. It’s even larger than Columbia, with a student body of 1,395, divided straight down the middle in terms of male-to-female student ratio. Tuition is extremely expensive, as with all top law schools – but at the same time, graduates have a 96% pass rate on the bar exam and a 98% employment rate.
Fordham University School of Law
150 W 62nd St, New York, NY 10023
Located just off Columbus Avenue in Manhattan, the Fordham University School of law was recently relocated from its original building in New York’s downtown Financial district. The 22-story building is a beautiful sight to behold, and the 1,151 students generally perform well in both their studies and on their bar exam – it ranks #4 in pass rate in the city.