The LSAT is Over: Getting Started on Law School Applications
Congratulations! The LSAT is over! While it might be tempting to take this accomplishment and ignore everything law school for a while, there’s plenty left to do, and many ways to keep the ball rolling while you await your score.
After all, you’ll need to work on the following items no matter where you’ll end up applying based on your LSAT score:
- Personal Statement
- Letters of Recommendation
- Addenda explaining weaknesses – arrests, academic probation, speeding tickets (!)
- Diversity Statement
For some great motivation, check out these previous Law School Expert posts:
This post offers additional information on next steps and about LSAC forums:
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