Thinking about reapplying to law school for the Fall 2019 cycle? Summer time, and the livin’ ain’t easy for those on a waiting list who are worried that they won’t be admitted to the schools of their choice this time around. I often get calls at this time of year from people who are deciding
With so many changes in LSAT Land is your head spinning? Now that you can take the LSAT as many times as you wish, it’s going to be offered ten times a year, and you will soon be taking it digitally, should you just bury your head in the sand or take the GRE instead?
Ok, I’ve been meaning to blog about this for WEEKS. Finally, during the 24 hour window in which I expect November LSAT scores to be released, I got around to answering this question – sorry I could only fit it in right after I got out of the shower this morning. Retaking the LSAT in
Yes, some law schools are accepting GRE scores in lieu of an LSAT score. But that doesn’t mean you should rush out to take the GRE instead of, or in addition to, the LSAT. Here’s a quick video explaining why: You should also know that there can be a “catch” – some schools accept GRE
Taking the LSAT is a big decision, but so is deciding when to take the test and how many times you should take the test. In this 2-minute tip video, I discuss when the LSAT is offered, how to choose a date, and how many times you should be planning to take the test. The LSAT is now
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
I try not to brag too much about my clients and their successes. But, some days, even after 11 years of being “Law School Expert,” blow me away. And yesterday was one of them. It felt like the Academy Awards in my office, with all the tears and thank-yous going back and forth. And these
One of the biggest questions that I help clients answer on a regular basis is one of the most basic: are they ready for law school? If you’re thinking about law school, here are three challenges to give yourself to help make this incredibly important decision. 1: Talk to 3 Lawyers Law school isn’t an