December 2007 LSAT Results Posted

LSAT scores came out early. (Happy Holidays!) Read this previous posting about what to do now that you have your LSAT score. If you’re considering re-taking the LSAT in February 2008 for Fall 2008 admission, keep this in mind – People have been applying since early Fall and while your safety schools are still pretty

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Proof that the LSAT isn’t Everything

Ok, so in the last 2 days several of my clients have heard great news – acceptances came in from the University of Miami, Loyola-Chicago, and two of my clients got the thumbs up from UC Berkeley (Boalt). But the best proof that those dreaded law school personal statements matter (and that the LSAT is

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Today’s LSAT exam

Congratulations on having the LSAT behind you! Here are links to my previous posts about what to consider when deciding whether to cancel an LSAT score. Things to think about before you cancel your LSAT score are posted here. For those of you still waiting to submit applications, this is the time to get things

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Putting the LSAT in Perspective

With the December 1, 2007 LSAT a week away, many law school applicants are feeling like the entire future trajectory of their lives and careers are resting on this four-hour exam. I read all the discussion boards and blogs and I know this is a self-perpetuating stress-inducer. It seems like you’re doomed without a 160

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Not ready for the December LSAT?

One of my clients raised a good question today – What do I do if I don’t feel ready for the December LSAT? If this is your first time taking the LSAT, and you’re planning to apply for Fall 2008 admission, then you need to weigh the pros and cons: (A) If you don’t feel

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Why Some Law Schools Average Multiple LSAT Scores

My alma mater, the University of Miami School of Law, is one of those schools that is still considering the average of multiple LSAT scores. My former college newspaper (which, I confess I used to call “The Slurricane” rather than “The Hurricane” as editor of its rival, the yearbook) published this today about why Dean

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LSAT SCORES ARE OUT!

Check your e-mail! LSAT scores have been released. What to do now?Should you re-take it in December? There are 2 things to consider:(1) Did you score within 5-8 points of your consistent practice exam scores? For example, if you scored a 158 and you were hitting practice scores in the low 160s, then the 158

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