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Weekly 180: Limiting Loans for Law Students?

Weekly 180: Limiting Loans for Law Students?

Let’s dig into this week’s top stories for law students who want to stay in the know. From picking a school based on where you want to work after graduation, to a bold proposal for law school financial aid, to …

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Weekly 180: Good News for Top Law Students

Weekly 180: Good News for Top Law Students

Let’s dig into this week’s top stories for law students who want to stay in the know. From one Stanford law professor making the case for an industry turnaround, to another law school merger, to something that’s genuinely free of …

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How to Hit Your Target LSAT Score

How to Hit Your Target LSAT Score

Perhaps the most common question that we get asked is what it actually takes to hit a target LSAT score. Today, we’ll share with you the not-so-top-secret recipe for taking the LSAT and doing your best on Test Day.

Utilizing …

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Weekly 180: Attend Santa Clara School of Law, Work at Apple

Weekly 180: Attend Santa Clara School of Law, Work at Apple

From Santa Clara School of Law grads working as in-house lawyers for Apple, to state school grads struggling on the job market, to a mega donation to Chicago Law, there’s much to cover on the law school admissions landscape. Let’s dig …

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LSAT Reading Comprehension: Avoid These Common Mistakes

LSAT Reading Comprehension: Avoid These Common Mistakes

The LSAT reading comprehension section often becomes a student favorite once they start their test prep. Why? It looks familiar. We’ve all read articles similar to the passages that appear in this section, most of us have taken tests with …

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Weekly 180: Law School Admissions Low

Weekly 180: Law School Admissions Low

From a passionate defense of law schools to the fewest law school applicants in half a century and a dean trading one top-ranked JD program for another, there’s plenty of news on the law school admissions landscape. Let’s dig into this week’s stories. …

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Raise Your LSAT Score With Logical Reasoning

Raise Your LSAT Score With Logical Reasoning

As you start your LSAT prep, keep in mind that some sections are weighted more heavily than others in calculating your LSAT score. For that reason, it’s smart to focus your practice on the logical reasoning section. Even if logical reasoning is …

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Weekly 180: Law School Admissions Files Destroyed

From announcing the winners and losers of the 2016 U.S. News & World Report rankings, to the financial planning of future law students and an (inconsequential?) rise in LSAT figures, there’s much to cover on the law school admissions landscape. …

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The June LSAT may give your application an advantage in the law school admissions cycle.

The Case for Taking the June LSAT

Admissions deans, officers, and experts from law schools of every shape and stripe have all told us: the LSAT is the most important factor in your law school application. In fact, our 2014 law school admissions survey confirmed this …

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Weekly 180: Law School Admissions, Gulf State Style

Weekly 180: Law School Admissions, Gulf State Style

Calendars can be so cruel. After weeks of snow and ice storms accompanying the deadline season for most law school admissions, spring is finally almost here … but we’re not so cruel here at The 180. We never make you …

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