Resources for December LSAT Takers
I know you’re still waiting for those pesky December LSAT scores. I wanted to share with you two resources that you may find helpful:
1. An article I wrote for the Most Strongly Supported Blog called: Applying to Law School in January: Hopeless? or Hopeful? In this article I quote former clients (current 1Ls and 2Ls) who applied to law school in January and how they think they fared by applying later.
2. The folks at Manhattan LSAT (Formerly AtlasLSAT) will be reviewing the December LSAT to figure out what lessons can be learned from the latest test administration. It’s a FREE live online event. This is a great opportunity to learn from your mistakes if you’re inclined to retake the test.
It’s on Tuesday, January 11th at 8pm EST. Register by clicking this link.
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