Austin at CALI pre-law blog has posted some useful LSAT advice today here. However, I’d like to make a few points about his comments based on my training of evaluating what an LSAT score says about someone and what it does not:1. I’m a fairly bright person and I did very well in law school
While I don’t want to give false hope to those of you struggling with LSAT scores in the 130s and low 140s, I do want to give you a little encouragement. d I’ve found that, if you have LSAT scores in the mid-140′s (or sometimes the low 140’s) or above, I have had success helping
Someone e-mailed me a question yesterday that might be helpful to many of you considering applying for Fall law school admission. “If I were to try to take the December LSAT, would my chances of acceptance be lowered due to a late application?” The answer is that while a June or September/October score is ideal
Now that you have your June LSAT score, the application process begins. I’ll add some postings this week and next about a timeline and the next steps to take. Decision #1: Are you retaking the LSAT? As of June 2006, law schools count the highest of multiple LSAT scores because of a new ABA policy.