Several years ago, Manhattan GMAT created a sister company to tackle the LSAT. “To ensure that this new company developed its own reputation and developed its own LSAT-specific program, it was decided to run this new company separately and give it a distinct name,” according to Noah Teitelbaum, Manhattan LSAT’s Managing Director.
“Atlas is all grown up now and, over the last few years, the two companies have grown closer and closer,” says Teitelbaum. According to the company website, “with the recent launch of Manhattan GRE, it makes sense for all three companies to share a name since they all share the same standards of excellence.”
What’s going to change:
• e-mails (firstname.lastname@example.org, for example)
• website address (you’ll be automatically re-directed to the new site, so no worries if your fingers memorized “www.atlaslsat.com”)
What’s NOT going to change:
• focus on great teaching.
• LSAT-specific curriculum.
• LSAT-specific audition and training program.
• Your account login, your access to all of our awesome online resources.
• telephone number: 646-254-6480
Manhattan LSAT wants to thank those who have supported Atlas and those who have told their friends about their Atlas experience. And Manhattan LSAT wants your help in making this a smooth transition! If you have had a great experience with Atlas books, classes, or online resources, they’re asking you to write a review on one (or more!) of these review sites:
If you shoot Manhattan LSAT an e-mail telling them where you made your review, they’ll send you a thank-you t-shirt proclaiming your love for the LSAT!