LSAT Private Tutoring in Budapest (Hungary)

LSAT Tutoring in Budapest

While many students learn well in group formats, other students know that they learn best through direct engagement and the dialogue of one-on-one conversations. If you know personalized attention is the most effective way to maximize your potential, we invite you to contact us to see about finding the right LSAT tutor for your test preparation needs. You will receive impeccable instruction from our highly skilled instructors here in Budapest. At Manhattan Review, aspiring students receive access to our state-of-the-art resources, each designed to produce impressive results on the LSAT. We offer all students the test-taking strategies and educational tools they need to excel on the LSAT and become leaders in the field of law. Our program graduates consistently go on to obtain admission to the most prestigious law programs in the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, and elsewhere around the world.

Manhattan Review has been the leading resource for LSAT preparation among Budapest students since 1999. For those students who desire an individualized study program, we are pleased to pair you with the perfect tutor for your needs. Working one-on-one with an experienced tutor can accelerate your learning and help you improve your test-taking skills, as well as your confidence. Our private tutoring programs are crafted specifically for each individual student, taking your unique needs, strengths, and areas of growth into consideration.

One of the best ways to take your LSAT preparation to the next level is by working with a private tutor, and we take pairing you with just the right tutor very seriously. Our Budapest LSAT tutors are world-class instructors and educators, fluent in different languages and familiar with the complexities of the LSAT. We have secured the services of skilled tutors with strong legal and educational backgrounds who are dedicated to helping future students obtain their own success. No two students learn in the same way, so rather than wasting your time wondering where to start or trying to piece together a program on your own, let us help you get the LSAT score you need. In our private tutoring sessions, your tutor will work closely with you to understand your personal learning style, discovering and improving upon the strengths you already possess while also helping you identify and overcome any weaknesses that might negatively impact your LSAT performance. Our friendly and experienced tutors know how to help students understand and retain our course material, allowing you to feel confident and prepared when taking the LSAT.

Working with a private tutor also allows you to focus on test preparation at the times most convenient for you. Here at Manhattan Review, we work with all kinds of clients, from those still attending university to top business professionals looking to improve their skills or seeking to take their career in a new and exciting direction. Working with a private tutor makes it easy to create a study schedule that works with your current academic or work obligations.

As those who live in Budapest know, the city offers a fast-paced and dynamic business environment. Home to internationally-renown companies, this is a wonderful place to begin or expand your legal career. As part of being in a competitive job market, however, it is vital for your resume to stand out to busy hiring managers, and one of the best ways to get yourself noticed is by attending a leading law school. When it comes to hiring, law firms and corporations who have lawyers on staff receive hundreds of applications for a single opening, meaning these companies must be more selective than ever. One of the single best ways to strengthen your academic and professional resume is to attend a prestigious law program, one whose name is guaranteed to spark instant recognition around the world. In order to obtain a graduate degree in law, you will need to have impressively high LSAT scores, and Manhattan Review is the industry leader at helping students unlock their potential and achieve to their full capabilities. Our experienced tutors are here to guide and support you, helping you make the most of your time by condensing and streamlining everything you need to know to score in the highest percentiles on the LSAT.

Whether your plans involve staying in Budapest or relocating elsewhere around the world to practice law, you deserve the best preparation available today, and that preparation begins at Manhattan Review. We look forward to helping you achieve the score of your dreams, and we are proud to be your partner throughout all aspects of LSAT preparation. Contact us today to learn what programs are right for you and how we can support your learning and test-taking needs. We will work together to design the private tutoring program that is just right for you.

LSAT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

LSAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online

LSAT Prep Course Budapest - Photo of Student Simone

Hello, I just wanted to let you know that the current class that i am taking is really helping my studies. George has been a great help and I thank you for fitting the class into my busy schedule.
- Simone (This student prepared for the LSAT with us)


Primary Course Venue:

Hilton Budapest
Hess András tér 1-3
Budapest 1014, Hungary

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Budapest LSAT Tutor: Jan W.

Jan is originally from Munich, Germany, and he was a teenager when his family relocated to the United States. "It was quite the transition," he recalls. "I've always been shy, so in the beginning it was difficult for me to make friends. I spent a ton of time by myself, reading books, which not only helped me with my English but eventually helped me make friends when I joined my school's book club." Jan loved his high school English classes, finding himself drawn to the rules of grammar, which made the English language "still challenging but much easier to understand." Jan became an editor for his school's newspaper, where he gently guided those who did not appreciate the nuances of punctuation quite as much as he did.

After high school, Jan attended Emory University, graduating with a bachelor's degree in English. His writing proficiency continued to grow, as well, and the more he wrote, the more convinced he became of just how important words could be. "One of my undergrad classes was about the language used in contracts and how entire negotiations were often won or lost by the inclusion of a single word," he remembers. "I'd always thought of lawyers as people arguing in a courtroom, but that was the moment I remember thinking a legal career focused on contracts might be the perfect fit for me."

Jan worked with Manhattan Review to help him prepare for the LSAT, and he ultimately performed so well that he was offered admission into all of his top program choices. Jan ultimately chose to attend the University of Chicago, where he was an active member of the Law Review and even spent a summer interning with an international firm back in Munich. Upon graduation, Jan had multiple job offers from various companies, and he surprised many people by choosing a position with a firm in Budapest. "They offered me the work-life balance I was seeking," he explains, "because I didn't just want to stare at contracts all day. I knew from being an editor I had the ability to help people; I just didn't know where to start."

His desire to make a difference led him to contact the Budapest branch of Manhattan Review, and Jan soon joined the team, offering his experience and knowledge to select students through private LSAT tutoring. "It's hard to think of a place where words matter more than in the legal field," Jan laughs, "and it's hard to think of anything better than helping prepare for such a worthwhile career." When Jan isn't assisting clients or helping students prepare for the LSAT, he can be found writing his first book, a fictional novel set in Budapest.

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