Law School Application: Core Components Breakdown
Law School Application: Core Components Breakdown: Are you new to the law school application process? Unsure of what the application includes and what’s expected of you? Here is a 10-step breakdown of its core components to get you started!
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Introducing Our Ask A Law School Admissions Question Campaign!
Do you have an interest in attending law school? Are you getting ready to prepare your application? Do you have questions about how the law school admissions process works? We are introducing our Ask a Law School Admissions Question Campaign where we will address all your questions and concerns about the law school admissions process!
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Should I Form An LSAT Study Group?
Studying for the LSAT can be a solitary task. If you do not attend a large class or have friends taking the exam, you may spend a lot of time alone. Many people think that forming an LSAT study group is a good way around this. Some, however, worry about the negative impact of studying with others. In this post, we cover the pros and cons of using an LSAT study group.
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New LSAT Format: Everything You Need To Know!
LSAC made a huge announcement about the future LSAT format on October 3. This announcement marks a significant change in how the LSAT is administered. Continue reading to see where the LSAT is heading!
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Our Top Four LSAT Study Habits
Now that the November 2018 LSAT is less than 6 weeks away, now is the time to really focus on your prep. In this post, we break down our top four LSAT study habits that will help you be fully prepared for test day!
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How Does LSAC Determine LSAT Scores?
When you first start studying for the LSAT, you most likely key in on a certain score you need to hit to get into law school. For many, that’s the only thing they care about LSAT scores. However, if you are interested in how LSAC determines LSAT scores from administration to administration, we can help! Read further to see how this process works!
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Do’s And Don’ts For Writing A Personal Statement
Writing your personal statement is one of the most difficult parts of applying to law school. In this post, we give our best do’s and don’ts to help guide you along your way!
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Three Essential LSAT Prep Items
Ready to start studying for the LSAT, but not quite sure what you need? In the LSAT prep market, it’s often hard to tell what is necessary, and what is superfluous. In this post, we break down the three essential LSAT prep items you need to really prepare for the exam!
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Questions To Ask At A Law Fair
Questions To Ask At A Law Fair: You may have read our 10 tips for attending your first law fair and decided to sign up for a law fair or two this fall. Great! If you haven’t read that post yet, make sure you do so before attending a law fair!
So, you’ve registered for a law fair. Now what?
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Law School Application Advice: Fall Checklist
The new school year is just beginning and you have a lot on your plate! Navigating new classes, professors, a social life and preparing your law school application is a lot to handle at once. But here is a law school application fall checklist to keep you organized in the first few months back to school!
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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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