Should You Take the LSAT a Third Time?

Should You Take the LSAT a Third Time? Is the third time the charm? Law School Expert blog reader Dru H. asked this question: Ann, My first LSAT score last December was much lower than what I was expecting, so I took June’s exam. If after receiving my June LSAT score in a few weeks

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Low UGPA? You’re not alone.

I received this great question on the old blog and thought it should be a post of its own on my new blog, so here goes: “I have a question that no one has asked. I may be the only one with the nerve. My UGPA is 2.6 – and yes, I have a learning

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When is a Low LSAT Score Too Low?

My most-read blog topics are those dealing with very low LSAT scores; there are a lot of you out there. So, what constitutes a “low” LSAT score? The LSAT is scored from 120-180, and an average score is about 150. Low: 120-147 Mid-Range: 148-158 High: 159-163 Exceptional: 164-180 If your score is 150 or above,

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Great Resource for Low LSAT Applicants

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.


Very Low LSAT scores?

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

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