Austin LSAT Prep Courses & Events
|Live Online Summer B 2013||Jul 8 - Sep 30||Mondays||7:00 - 10:00PM (CDT)|
|Austin Summer A 2013||Jul 9 - Sep 24||Tuesdays||6:30 - 9:30PM|
|Live Online Summer C 2013||Aug 1 - Sep 23||
| 7:00 - 10:00PM (CDT)
7:00 - 10:00PM (CDT)
|Games Intensive Online Summer A 2013||Aug 14 - Sep 18||Wednesdays||7:00 - 10:00PM (CDT)|
|Live Online Accelerated Summer A 2013||Aug 28 - Sep 30||View details.|
|Free Workshops & Practice Exams|
|Zen and the Art of LSAT with Brian Birdwell - A Free Public LSAT Class - 07/17/2013||Jul 17||Wednesday||7:00 - 9:00PM (CDT)|
|Zen and the Art of LSAT with Brian Birdwell - A Free Public LSAT Class - 08/11/2013||Aug 11||Sunday||7:00 - 9:00PM (CDT)|
|Free Proctored LSAT Practice Exam (Austin) - 09/07/2013||Sep 7||Saturday||9:30AM - 1:30PM|
|Zen and the Art of LSAT with Brian Birdwell - A Free Public LSAT Class - 09/15/2013||Sep 15||Sunday||7:00 - 9:00PM (CDT)|
|Free Proctored LSAT Practice Exam (Austin) - 09/21/2013||Sep 21||Saturday||9:30AM - 1:30PM|
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Our courses include 66 hours of live instruction led by one of our master teachers and feature our exclusive curriculum – read more about why our teachers and curriculum rock. Manhattan LSAT class sizes are limited in size (ranging between 10 to 25 students) to keep classes interactive, engaging and effective.
Small, Interactive Class:
Our teachers make sure that you stay alert and participate. Expect to be called on!
What's Covered in Class:
Our comprehensive syllabus will guide you through our curriculum See a Sample Syllabus
Unlimited access to On Demand Class Recordings of our Complete Course (36 hours, taught in our interactive online classroom.)
Weekly 30-minute Office Hours Sessions (one-on-one private instruction with a Manhattan LSAT teacher dedicated to answering students' questions.)
Written by our expert teachers, our Strategy Guides provide you with over 600 pages of strategy, explanations and practice.
With every exam released by LSAC at your fingertips, you'll be set to practice LSATs from start to finish.
Unlimited access to recordings of our 6-session logic games intensive course (18 hours, taught in our interactive online classroom.)
Our self-study programs allow students to access all the material that a course student would get, just without the live class sessions. Manhattan LSAT self-study students get:
Get the specialized help you need, and cover the entire Manhattan LSAT Curriculum with personalized instruction from one of our 99th percentile rock star instructors. Tutoring packages include:
Each Manhattan LSAT Strategy Guide was written to be a standalone course. Together, they teach you all of the methodologies needed to conquer the LSAT. Available in packages or individual copies.
Our teachers are the best in the business. Why? Because we offer them the best pay in the industry, allowing us to require 99th percentile scores and prior teaching experience. Meet the team!
My instructor ... was not only extremely knowledgeable and professional but also friendly and approachable too."
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Our maximum class size is 25 online, or 18 in person. Often, we keep the classes much smaller. See What We Mean.
I love the fact that all of their classes are limited to 20 students or less."
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Our Curriculum is sophisticated and rigorous and our classes are engaging. Try Our Logic Game for a Taste..
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Though a few other companies maintain a similar score threshold for their teachers, there are distinct differences between Manhattan LSAT and other LSAT prep companies.Our classes are capped (18 in person, 25 online with two teachers) so that teachers can teach and students receive the attention they need. Testmasters, Blueprint and Powerscore run large classes (you can see up to 30-70 students) in lecture style halls. We train our teachers for 2-3 months and our teachers-in-training must sit through an entire course, do the homework, and complete curriculum projects to develop true mastery of the material. Testmasters and other competitors run weekend or week-long trainings.
Yes. At a few points in the course, we have written a question or logic game because we can focus it on a specific point that we want to make during a class, but for the most part all of the questions in both our books and in class come from past LSATs. We’ve also written a whole slew of LSAT games for additional practice beyond the real LSAT games that we assign. Mostly we do this because it keeps our instructors in shape – if you can write a game, you can solve one! But, it’s also useful for our students, as there are actually not that many examples of certain game types. However, for homework, we always encourage students to focus on the real LSAT games we assign. Our games then serve as a supplement.
This will vary depending on the individual student. Our classes are designed to take you through the entirety of our curriculum, and they generally span the three month timeframe leading up to a particular exam. We believe that if students are able to come to all of your classes and keep up with all of the homework, most will be ready to take the exam they have been preparing for.
Our courses are intentionally scheduled to end about 3 weeks before the implementation of the LSAT. We expect that students will use that time to do additional practice tests (that’s why we include every practice test ever released by the LSAC in your student center) review them, and spend extra time on your weak areas. Keep in mind that if you’re in an accelerated class that ends shortly before the LSAT, it will be that much more important to keep up with the homework during the class.
All Manhattan LSAT course students are given access to On Demand Class Recordings of our Complete Course. If a student must miss class, this is the best way for him or her to catch up on what was taught during a particular class session.
The content covered and the quality of instruction are both exactly the same in our in-person and online courses. There are, however, a few logistical differences between the in-person and online courses:
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