When I googled “Preparing for the LSAT” this morning, I found a lot of bad information and a little bit of good information (which I promise to share with you here). Taking the LSAT Multiple Times: While I agree that taking the LSAT without adequate preparation is not a good idea, I disagree that it
For those of you who struggle with the LSAT and are from low-income and/or groups under-represented in the legal profession, you should know about the 6-week intensive CLEO program. This is a great opportunity for those who have overcome significant disadvantage to seek a law degree.
Just in time for Labor Day Weekend (and my family excursion to Chicago which will take me away from the blogosphere for a few days in honor of my grandmother’s 90th birthday – Happy Birthday, Grandma!), I want to recap the best law school admission advice posted on LawSchoolExpert this summer: The #1 most important
Put away everything else and just study for the LSAT. You don’t want to have to retake this test in December if you don’t have to because there is a huge advantage to completing your applications as early as possible. You have 6 weeks. Now is the time to put away thoughts about your personal
Thanks so much to lawsagna for yesterday’s posting: Thinking about going to Law School? Check out Law School Expert!And yes, there’s one more chance to sign up for my free webinar entitled “I’ve taken the LSAT; Now What?” so check out her posting for more details. I hope to “see” you there!
I just received this comment on another posting and wanted more readers to benefit from the response:“I am in the 30+ range and did the LSAT years ago and got a 144 and did not get into the schools I wanted. I am going to do it agin this fall (September). What would you suggest
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
This post was originally written in 2007 and I’m updating it instead of deleting it (June 18, 2019) for posterity’s sake and to make a point – things change. I have not seen students with scores in the low 140s be successful with admission to ABA approved law schools in quite a few years. When