Is Manhattan LSAT tutoring really risk free?

piney
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Is Manhattan LSAT tutoring really risk free?

Postby piney » Thu Aug 23, 2012 10:22 am

I'm hoping to meet with a private tutor soon through Manhattan LSAT. Their website says you can expect a full refund if you're not satisfied with your first session, but I wanted to find out if this was really true. Anyone have any luck with that? If I decide I don't want to continue after paying for a two hour session, will I get my money back for those two hours?

d0rklord
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Re: Is Manhattan LSAT tutoring really risk free?

Postby d0rklord » Thu Aug 23, 2012 12:25 pm

I'd assume so, only because they allow you to take a FREE online class (the first class) without even having to pay...

Not exactly sure how it works in person, but I'd assume they'd have the same policy. They want you to get a taste before you sign up.

That being said, the Manhattan books are beautifully written. I love them. :D




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