One-on-One LSAT Tutoring In Nashville
Meet Our Nashville LSAT Tutor
Brian P. scored a 172 on the LSAT. He’s been a college professor for years in addition to teaching the LSAT.
Private LSAT Tutoring in Nashville
Next Step Test Preparation is one of the nation’s leading test preparation companies, specializing in one-on-one tutoring. Since its creation in 2009, Next Step has helped thousands of students reach their target scores for admissions to the nation’s most competitive law programs. By preparing for the LSAT, you can raise your score. And we can help.
Why Choose Next Step?
Next Step offers an excellent product at unbeatable prices – our tutoring packages, which are always one-on-one, are far cheaper than those offered by Kaplan or Princeton Review and cost approximately the same as a full classroom course from those same companies. While some students may be better served by a group course, there are many who find one-on-one tutoring to be the best road to high scores. For example, a student whose strength is Reading Comprehension may find the time (and thus money) spent in a classroom on the subject wasted. In one-on-one prep, if that time can be better used working on Logic Games, then expect that it will be.
Next Step also offers excellent customer service. Each of our academic managers has years of experience in the test preparation industry. Working one-on-one with a tutor is an intimate process, and we want to make sure you have the best match possible. If it turns out your tutor isn’t the best match, we will be happy to help you find a better one.
Because Next Step is one-on-one, the scheduling is flexible. Many of our tutors are available nights or weekends, and can work with you when you’re available. While Next Step offers in-person tutoring in most major American cities, the majority of our tutoring is done online through Skype and an online whiteboard program. If you enroll in online tutoring, we’ll send you a Wacom tablet so you can write directly on the board, as you might a piece of paper during an in-person session.
How effective is Next Step’s LSAT tutoring?
Next Step Test Prep delivers one-on-one LSAT expertise starting at less than the price of a prep course. Want to learn more about how our tutoring works and how our effective we are? Check out the videos below. Whether you study with us online, or in person, we guarantee you access to unbeatable LSAT expertise to help you get into your top choice law school!
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LSAT Tutoring Demonstration
All of our LSAT instructors have scored in the 90th percentile or above.
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LSAT Tutoring Reports
After each of our tutoring sessions, our tutors write up a report to track what was covered and student progress. Check out this post tutor session report:
The student is nearing the end of a 40 hour tutorial and has come a long way. As we did in the past session, we reviewed his diagnostic test and looked at all of the highest difficulty questions he got wrong. He’s correctly answering 95% of the LR outside of questions 15-20 on a section and then really struggles on the challenging ones. We paid particular attention to the phraseology and vocabulary of the questions and how the wrong answers carefully mimicked the correct one with slight but significant differences. We reviewed a few RC questions and talked about the qualities of the incorrect answers there as well.
Vanderbilt University Law School
131 21st Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
With an acceptance rate of 38.1% and a median LSAT score of 166, Vanderbilt University’s law school is the best in the state. The vast majority of its graduates (92.5%) pass the bar, and 91.2% of graduates find employment shortly after graduation. It’s a mid-sized school, with around 538 total students, half of which are men and half of which are women.
University of Tennessee College of Law
1505 Cumberland Ave, Knoxville, TN 37916
Although it’s almost a three-hour drive from Nashville, the University of Tennessee College of Law is a decent alternative if you can’t (or won’t) attend Vanderbilt. It has a slightly higher acceptance rate than Vanderbilt, inexpensive tuition, and a small student body. The trade-off here is employment rate: only 84.1% of graduates are employed, though 83.7% manage to pass the bar.