JD Advising & Michigan State Law Mock LSAT: 2/8/20
Michigan State University College of Law and JD Advising are teaming up to host a mock LSAT on Saturday, February 8, 2020! This free event is a perfect test run for those taking the February 22 or March 30 exams. Read further to see the details of this Michigan State Law mock LSAT event.
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Refer A Friend For Prelaw Services & Get A $25 AmazonGift Card
From now until February 15, you can earn a $25 gift card to Amazon by referring a friend for prelaw services such as law school application assistance, LSAT tutoring, and more! Read further to see how!
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2019 LSAT Policy: How Many Times Can I Take The Exam?
The LSAC changed its testing policy this fall and it’s critical that you’re aware of the changes. LSAC announced the changes in June and implemented them in September. However, the news seems to travel slow and we understand that not everyone is aware of the new policy. In this post, we break down the 2019 LSAT policy changes, dissect how they compare to the old rules, and lay out what this means for you!
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5 Tips For Submitting Your Law School Applications Over The Holidays
Many applicants reserve the time over the holidays and between semesters to finally submit their law school applications. However, it can be a very distracting time of year. In this post, we discuss how to ensure you reach your goals and successfully submit your applications over the holidays!
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Law Student Spotlight: Liesl Eschbach
In this law student spotlight, we introduce Liesl Eschbach, who used our application assistance services. Read further to see how we were able to assist her!
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Law Student Spotlight: Erica Schuman
This is our law student spotlight, which highlights how JD Advising has assisted in applying to law schools! Erica Schuman is our focus this week!
Undergraduate School: University of Michigan, 2019
Law School: University of Michigan Law School
Partnered with JDA for: Personal statement services, “JD Advising was my saving grace at the last minute!”
Erica is a Michigan Wolverine through and through! She attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor for undergrad where she majored in political science and history. Erica has now returned to the prestigious institution for law school, where she was awarded the Dean’s Scholarship in recognition of her leadership and academic achievement!
She is well rounded, hard-working and very deserving of our student spotlight.
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JD Advising Free Mock LSAT: November 2, 2019
JD Advising is partnering with Wayne State University Law to host a free mock LSAT on Saturday, November 2 from 10AM to 3PM for students in the metro-Detroit area. The exam will take place at Wayne Law. All are welcome to attend!
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Find The Perfect Time To Take The LSAT
Are you wondering when to take the LSAT and how to map out your study timeline? In this section, we tell you when the LSAT is offered and when we recommend that you take it. Continue reading Find The Perfect Time To Take The LSAT
Nine Steps For Submitting Your Law School Application
Submitting your law school application can feel like a daunting process. Most students spend the months or even close to a year preparing all of the necessary documents. However, it doesn’t need to be overly complicated.
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LSAT Basics: What You Need To Know About the LSAT
Most of our pre-law posts assume you have some familiarity with the LSAT but we understand that not all of our readers do. For those of you who are just starting to explore the idea of going to law school and are trying to figure out what the LSAT entails, this post is for you. Let’s start with the LSAT basics.
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The New Writing Section of the LSAT
There’s been another update to the LSAT! This time, these changes center on the writing section In this post, we cover the new writing section of the LSAT.
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When To Cancel Your LSAT Score
Wondering whether to cancel your LSAT score? Canceling your score after taking the test is a tempting option for a lot of test-takers. For most, it’s not the right decision but for others, it might be the best thing to do in specific situations.
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You Should Take the July 2019 LSAT. Here’s Why!!
If you’re thinking of taking the LSAT this summer or fall (or even if you haven’t given it any thought), you should seriously consider taking the July 2019 LSAT. The July exam is unique because the LSAC is using this exam to transition from a paper to digital format. It might seem like this is a reason not to take the exam but the LSAC has broken with tradition to give test takers accommodations that make it worth your while. These incentives are reason alone that you should sign up for the exam if you are thinking of taking it at all.
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Questions To Ask A Law School Admissions Officer
One of the best things you can do to decide which law school is right for you is to go on a school visit. Most of these visits will consist of a school tour, a class visit and a meeting with an admissions officer. (If you’re preparing for a class visit, be sure to check out the Dos and Don’ts of a 1L Class Visit.) The types of questions you want to ask might differ greatly depending on whether you already applied, were admitted, or haven’t yet started the application process. Keep reading to see our advice on wht questions to ask a law school admissions officer!
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Five Law School Cost Considerations
Five Law School Cost Considerations: For many, the decision of where to go to law school is not as simple as attending the highest rank school to which you were admitted. Cost is a huge factor in deciding where to go to law school. Your choice is something that will likely follow you for years, or even decades, after graduation. Here are some law school cost considerations to help you make an informed financial decision.
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