The Real Deal About Repeated Courses

I’m not really familiar with issuing a correction – I’ve never had to do it before – but after my recent podcast, I want to make sure everyone understands how LSAC computes repeated courses in the Academic Summary Report. Here is the exact wording from the LSAC website: Repeated Courses All grades and credits earned

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Law School Scholarship News

We all know the great expense involved in obtaining a legal education. Through my work with law school applicants in the last 15 years, I have heard some incredible stories by motivated and impressive applicants who are pursuing law school in order to serve others, and who are going into the career with open eyes as to

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5 Tips for LSAT Self-Studiers

Today’s LSAT advice comes from our friend Nathan Fox of Fox LSAT.  Fox LSAT offers personalized LSAT prep with a casual, irreverent approach. Nathan can show you how to have fun with the test, leading to dramatically increased scores. I won’t lie: The very best way to prep for the LSAT is with a dedicated

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Law School Personal Statement Requirements

LAW SCHOOL PERSONAL STATEMENT REQUIREMENTS Do you need a new personal statement for each law school you apply to? Probably not. (Except for the University of Florida Levin College of Law and the University of Colorado-Boulder). But do you need to change  your essay slightly for different schools? Probably. To help you figure out what

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Book Giveaway from Blueprint LSAT

This post comes to us from our friends at Blueprint LSAT Preparation, one of the nation’s leading providers of classroom and online LSAT courses. FREE LOGIC GAMES BOOK! Taking the LSAT this year? You’ll be happy to hear that until until Friday, July 24th at 5PM PST you can grab a free copy of the Kindle version of The Blueprint

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Tips for Re-Applying to Law School

Reapplying to Law School A lot goes into the decision to take on the law school application process for a second time. You will probably lose a deposit. You will likely have to sit through the LSAT again. And you will graduate a year later than you originally intended. Still, by taking your time and

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Law School for Free for Veterans

Understanding Military Benefits for Law Students If you’ve ever served our country in the armed forces, you’ve earned not only our admiration and respect, but also the opportunity to attend the nation’s top law schools at a fraction of the cost. I truly enjoy working with my military clients and seeing how the law schools

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Tips for Writing Your Best Personal Statement

Whether you’re extremely proud of your LSAT score and GPA or hoping they fade into the background of the rest of your application, you and I both know you’re much more than those two numbers. Your resume, your diversity statement, your addendum—they all come together to help the admissions committee get an idea of the

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