One-on-One Tutoring For The LSAT In North Carolina
Meet Our North Carolina LSAT Tutors
Mike is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and holds a Ph.D. from Cornell University. He scored in the 98th percentile on the LSAT and has more than 10 years of teaching experience.
Gerald scored a 172 on the LSAT (99th percentile) and has been teaching the test for over 5 years. He is a practicing attorney in the entertainment and publishing industries. He tutors in Charlotte.
Private LSAT Tutoring In Charlotte, Winston-Salem, and Greensboro
If you’re looking to attend a top-tier law school, you could do worse than North Carolina, home to the prestigious Duke University. There’s just one problem – gaining acceptance to a school like Duke means effectively acing the LSAT. That’s no easy task, but Next Step can help you rise to the challenge.
Our veteran tutors have worked with students all over the country, including:
- Students aiming for a 165+ score
- Students who’ve taken a prep course with little success
- Students who need to re-take the LSAT
- Students just starting their studies
The main advantage of Next Step’s tutoring program is that every student works one-on-one with an instructor. That means your lesson plan and schedule are both tailored to your unique needs, strengths, and weaknesses. Over the course of your program, your instructor will focus on the following:
- Building up skills based on the LSAT’s formal logic.
- Practicing with real test questions to help build the necessary experience and confidence
- Giving individual attention to any weaknesses or problem areas that arise.
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Law Schools In North Carolina
Next Steps students have been admitted to over one hundred different law schools, such as:
210 Science Dr, Durham, NC 27708
As the 5th-ranked law school in the world, Duke University is a member of the “T-14” group of law schools, all of which are nationally recognized. Its student body currently consists of 686 individuals, 42% of which are female. Employment rates and bar rates are both extremely high, and Duke is further known for having an incredibly strong alumni network.
University of North Carolina
160 Ridge Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
The oldest law school in North Carolina, the University of North Carolina Law School currently plays host to 657 students, with a balanced gender ratio and a student-to-faculty ratio of thirteen to one. Tuition is quite affordable compared to Duke and Wake Forest, and the university is known for being specialized in community development, civil law, juvenile justice, immigration law, and domestic law.
Wake Forest University
1834 Wake Forest Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Situated in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Wake Forest University has produced distinguished alumni such as Maya Angelou, Senator Richard Burr, Senator Kay Hagan, and CEO Charlie Ergan. The student body of its law school is, on average, sized at around 506 people, with an equal split between men and women. Its pass rate is excellent, and a very high percentage of its graduates find employment shortly after receiving their degrees.
Charlotte School of Law
201 S College St #400, Charlotte, NC 28244
Founded in 2006 and fully accredited by the American Bar Association in 2011, the Charlotte Law School is one of the newest institutions in the state. It offers several different law degrees, including accountancy, public administration, or business administration, in addition to offering a partnership program with Johnson C. Smith University. It’s also one of the easier schools to gain admittance to, with a 65% acceptance rate and a median LSAT score of 142.