What Should I Do Post LSAT?
If you took the September 2018 LSAT, congratulations! The LSAT is one of the most difficult parts of applying to law school. Many students, however, feel lost after they take the test. They don’t know what to do with the time on their hands. In this post, we give you some guidance on what to do post LSAT to keep yourself on track!
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What is a Character and Fitness Addendum?
If you are applying to law schools, you may notice there is a character and fitness addendum. In this post, we cover what it is, and how you should approach it!
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September 2018 LSAT Logic Games Prediction
In this post, we go over our September 2018 LSAT Logic Games predictions, based on analyzing previous tests!
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What Do I Do If I Don’t Know An LSAT Answer?
Anyone who’s taken the LSAT has the experience of having no idea how to approach an LSAT question. In this post, we tackle how to narrow down your LSAT answer choices if you get stuck on a question on test day!
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Three LSAT Logical Reasoning Tips To Boost Your Score
The LSAT Logical Reasoning portions of the exam are worth more than half of your overall score (51/101 points). Suffice to say, you need to do well on these sections in order to score well on the LSAT. If you are struggling, we’re here to help! Check out these LSAT Logical Reasoning tips to evaluate your approach and performance!
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10 Tips For Attending A Law Fair
If you’re attending a law fair for the first time, it can seem like an intimidating event. Oftentimes there are hundreds of people crowded into one large ballroom with law admissions deans, directors, and even law students all trying to get your attention. You may not know how to act or what to say. The reality is that a law fair is potentially an excellent source of information for interested law students.
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I Am Stuck In An LSAT Rut! What Should I Do?
Inevitably in your LSAT review, you’ll get to a point where you seem to make no progress. This LSAT rut can be extremely frustrating, especially for those studying on a shortened schedule. In this post, we give some advice on how to conquer your LSAT rut and keep your studying on-track!
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Low LSAT Score? 7 Ways To Boost Your Chances of Admission
Despite your best efforts, some things don’t pan out as expected. Receiving a low LSAT score can be incredibly disappointing but don’t give up hope! You can still get into a great law school despite a low LSAT score.
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I’m Struggling with LSAT Reading Comprehension. Help!
The LSAT Reading Comprehension section often flies under the radar during LSAT prep. Many LSAT preppers think “Oh, that’s something I do during the normal course of the day. I don’t need to study for it.” This could not be further from the truth! This section is worth the most of any single section of the LSAT. So, it can cost you a lot of points if you don’t really prep for it. Read further for our tips for those who struggle with LSAT Reading Comprehension.
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Three Valuable Law School Application Tips
Deciding to go to law school is a very big deal and it is a decision that should not be made lightly. Law school requires an extensive amount of commitment and dedication (although the rewards are incredibly worthwhile!). Once you’ve made the decision to apply, it is important to approach everything with the utmost effort and care. This includes the actual application process itself! If you’re serious about law school, you need to be just as serious about preparing the best application you can. Navigating this process can be difficult and you are probably feeling the pressure. In order to impress your top schools, this post presents three valuable law school application tips to put yourself in a strong position!
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Am I Making LSAT Progress?
One of the most common questions we get from students is whether they are making good enough “LSAT progress” or not. As you might guess, this measure if fairly subjective. Although this will vary from student to student, there are some guideposts to let you know where you are in your prep. Keep reading to see how to track LSAT progress!
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First and foremost, I am sorry that things didn’t pan out the way you hoped but that doesn’t mean your aspirations for being a successful attorney are diverted. It doesn’t even mean that graduating from your dream law school is out of reach.
So, you didn’t get into your dream law school. What do you do now? One option many students consider is to wait a year and reapply in the next cycle.
Here are some frequently asked questions and answers that plague applicants reapplying to law school. Continue reading Reapplying to law school? Here are 6 answers to your most asked questions!
Five Essential Law School Supplies (Other than the Basics)
If you’re heading to law school in the fall, you might be wondering how best to prepare. While you certainly do need to prepare mentally for the academic rigors, you also need to make sure you are going in with the right supplies! There are many essential law school supplies that will make your experience much easier and your studying more efficient. Now it goes without saying that you’ll need the basics like pens, pencils, and notebooks. This list covers things that have more specialized purposes but should still be considered essential law school supplies.
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Law School Study Techniques
In this post, we give you some law school study techniques to help you succeed in law school. I was fortunate to graduate as the #1 student in my law school class and these are the techniques that I used (as well as techniques that many of my students find very helpful).
Note, that I am going to assume you know the basics of how to succeed in law school. If you do not, please read this post on how to succeed in law school first. These law school study techniques are meant to complement that post! Continue reading Law School Study Techniques