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Private LSAT Tutoring In Miami
Looking to take the LSAT in Miami? Let Next Step Test Prep help, and you could see your score skyrocket. Our veteran LSAT tutors have worked one-on-one with students all over the country, and we’re specialized in cases including:
- Students who want to score in the top percentile
- Students who are taking the exam for the first time and/or who have had little success with other prep courses
- Students re-taking the LSAT.
When you sign up for one of our tutoring programs, we’ll work one-on-one with you to determine your lesson plan and schedule. The course will be tailored to your unique strengths, weaknesses, and needs, and your instructor will focus on giving you the skills and teaching you the strategies to succeed – no pointless tricks or meaningless tips.
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Law Schools In Miami
Miami is home to some of the following law schools:
The Florida International University College of Law
11200 S.W. 8th Street, RDB 2015, University Park, FL 33199
Accredited by the American Bar Association, Florida international University is at the time of writing the only public law school in Southern Florida. It’s consistently ranked high in the state’s bar-passing rates, and boasts a student-to-faculty ratio of sixteen to one. Its student body consists of around 481 people, divided evenly between men and women. It also has an incredibly high graduate employment rate, and a decent pass rate.
The University of Miami School of Law
1311 Miller Rd, Coral Gables, FL 33146
Although it hasn’t been around as long as some schools (it was first established in 1926), the University of Miami School of Law nevertheless has a reasonably high bar pass rate and post-graduate employment rate. With a student body of 935, it’s a fairly large institution, making its 12-to-1 student/faculty ratio all the more impressive. It also hosts annual symposiums for estate planning, psychology and public policy.