Managing LSAT Anxiety on Test Day

Today’s post comes from John Rood, President and Founder of Next Step Test Prep. By now you’ve gotten the message – the LSAT is a big deal in deciding where and whether you get into law school. The high-stakes environment naturally creates a ton of anxiety around test day. Here are a few tips. Practice

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Above The Law Run-down, Part 2

Here is  the second installment of a summary of my Above the Law Career Files posts. (A link to the first installment is here) In this post, I give wait-listed applicants advice about how to get off of a waitlist and into their dream school. I explain how schools categorize their waitlists and offer some

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Above The Law Run-down, Part 1

Have you been reading my blog posts in Career Files for Above the Law? If you’ve missed them, here are the direct links and summaries: In this post for Above the Law, I focus on eight key lessons for June LSAT takers. I cover everything from how you should be preparing for the exam to what you

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7 Ways Lawyers Can Get Their Student Loans Forgiven

Today’s post comes from Andrew Josuweit. Andrew is the CEO of Student Loan Hero, a website with educational content and tools geared toward helping borrowers manage their student loans. While earning a law degree is definitely a huge accomplishment, it isn’t exactly the golden ticket it once was. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more law students

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Best Law School Admission Podcasts

Thinking LSAT Podcast Contributions Nathan Fox (founder of Fox LSAT) and Ben Olson (founder of Strategy Prep) are LSAT instructors with a great podcast that explores topics related to the LSAT and law school admissions. I’ve had the privilege of contributing to several of their episodes on a range of topics. Check them out: Episode

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Making [Law School] Decisions Mindfully

I recently spoke to Nathan Fox’s LSAT prep students in San Francisco, giving them my usual law school application advice mixed in with a little something extra, never before discussed in a law school admission seminar. Read my ATL post here to find out what it was…


Law School Application Game Plan

The law school application season has begun, and it can be overwhelming. It’s important to have a game plan so you don’t overlook anything. I have a 19-step checklist in The Law School Admission Game, but I also have a modified game plan on the Blueprint LSAT blog here. I hope these tools motivate you

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