Best LSAT Prep Books for 2014

LSAT prep books are the key to success on test day. If you’re the type of person that can motivate yourself and stick to a study schedule, you will be able to vastly increase your LSAT score by getting the best LSAT prep books and buckling down and studying hard by yourself. But you don’t want […]

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February 2014 LSAT Score Release

The February 2014 LSAT scores are scheduled to be released via email by March 5, 2014. The weeks between test day and getting your score will feel like an eternity. Then out of the blue, your score will appear in your email inbox. LSAC has an official release date on their website. However, its commonly […]

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Can you do law school part time?

Many people that have already started their career wonder whether you can go to law school part-time. Well the answer is yes. In fact, a lot of the top schools now have part-time programs so you can get a top notch education while you work another job full-time. The truth is, law school has become […]

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Law School Application Tips

We all know that it’s pretty hard to convey everything about ourselves in our law school applications. There’s so much that we want the admissions committees to know about us that it can be hard to reduce it to a paper application. I’ve put together 5 law school application tips that I think may help […]

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Figuring Out What Kind of Law You Should Practice

It’s a common question that many aspiring law students ask themselves. In fact, it’s a question that many actual lawyers ask: what kind of law should I practice? Well, it depends. Many people feel a need to figure this out early. But I’m here to tell you that it’s okay to be a little unsure about […]

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Decline in LSAT Takers and Law School Applicants – What it Means for You

What’s happening to the number of people taking the LSAT and applying to law school? Recent data shows that fewer people are writing the LSAT and fewer people are applying to law school. What does this mean for potential law students? The Law School Admissions Council has released data indicating that the number of applicants […]

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The February 2014 LSAT is Fast Approaching!

The February LSAT is scheduled for February 8, 2014. How is your studying coming? We’re under a month away. According to the study schedule, you should be moving into the final stretch and doing timed, simulated, full-length practice tests. You should be shifting your focus from using your prep books, to really drilling down with the […]

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Law School Letters of Recommendation Tips

Law school letters of recommendation are an important part of your application. They’re not as important as your LSAT or GPA, but the right letter can definitely get the attention of a law school admissions committee. It’s important to take this seriously and make sure you get the strongest letters you possibly can. Tips about […]

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Best Majors for Law School

Many aspiring lawyers wonder whether there are any particular undergraduate majors that give them a better chance at getting into law school. The truth is, there is no one best major for law school, but there are some important things to consider before settling on your major if you’re thinking about law school. It’s going […]

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How to Study for the LSAT

Writing the LSAT is a unique experience and it will be unlike other tests you have taken before. I wrote the LSAT twice and I increased my score a lot on the second writing. The key to my 97th percentile score was simple: preparation. I came in the second time knowing what to expect and […]

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