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
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.