Law School Application Advice and LSAT Tips — Podcasts You Shouldn’t Miss

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Check out Ann’s top Blog Talk Radio shows to get help with your LSAT prep strategy and law school application:

Law School Personal Statement Tips – This 15-minute podcast will help get you started, as well as give you direction, with your personal statement.

Law School Admission Strategy:

Session 1 – Ann strategizes with a law school applicant who has 1-2 years of work experience in a non-law related field, a lackluster GPA, and is struggling with the LSAT.

Session 2 – No-holds-barred advice for a minority law school applicant who transferred undergraduate schools and is a former college athlete.

Session 3 – Questions answered, advice given, and strategy plan set for a law school applicant studying for the LSAT.

And tune in for the next show…“What to Do AFTER the LSAT Prep Course?” 

Tuesday, September 17 at 12:00 pm PST/3:00 pm EST

Ann Levine and John Rood, president of Next Step Test Prep, discuss these questions:

  • Where should you spend your time in order to get the biggest increase in your score?
  • How do you know whether a tutor can help you?
  • What should you expect from an LSAT tutor?
  • How likely is it that you can raise your score 5+ points AFTER your LSAT prep course?
  • What should you do when you’ve already taken tons of practice tests?

Listen in and chat questions live!

2 thoughts on “Law School Application Advice and LSAT Tips — Podcasts You Shouldn’t Miss

  1. Anne,

    The information that you are providing is invaluable. When I applied for my undergrad I was living in Zambia and came to the US as an international student it was a complicated process. Now as a non traditional student going through the application process there are other challenges; however, facing challenges is nothing new and has shaped the woman I have become. I am currently working on my personal statement which focuses on my experiences and how they have made me even more determined to attend law school. Once again thank you, you make it all seem possible.

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