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the180 live! Law School Application Mistakes, Fixed!

A week ago, we played host to Anne Richard, Senior Dean of Admissions for University of Virginia, School of Law on our monthly talk show the180 live!  We asked her (and you) what the biggest law school application mistakes are, …

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Law School Application Deadlines Looming? Get Help!

Working to make your law school applications deadlines is part of the general holiday festivities for many law school hopefuls, as is waiting on December LSAT scores, studying for finals, and trying desperately to get a little celebration in edgewise.  …

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180 Live Tonight! The Must-See Admissions Episode

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Tonight is the event we’ve been waiting for all year: the 180 Live Law School Admissions Round Table. You might think we’re overstating how important an event like this is for prelaw students for marketing or other more cynical …

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June or October: When is the Best Time to Take the LSAT?

file8521261280815The June administration of the LSAT is just under 3 months away and now is the right time to think about which test to take if you are considering applying for fall 2014.  Is the June test too early or

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6 Steps to Powerful Law School Recommendation Letters

LSAT blog, Law school application, law school admissions, letters of recommendationRecommendations play an important role in the admissions process, and it is also one of the pieces that is out of your control once an individual agrees to write you the letter.  Follow these 6 steps to ensure that …

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Applying to Law School? Stressed? Find help here…

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You’re carrying a full class load and studying extra hours to keep that GPA up and score well on the LSAT. You’re involved in community/volunteer service and extracurricular activities, finals are coming up, you have a part-time job that’s …

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Law School Application Spotlight: Work Experience – Is it Necessary?

All of your applications ask for a resume, but you’ve just graduated and haven’t worked much at all, especially in your related field. Or have you?

“Work Experience” means something different to an admissions committee than it does to a

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Law School Spotlight on: Letters of Recommendation – “Nailing Your Letters of Recommendation”

This is part of a continuing series of blogs from our team of Admissions Consultants here at Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions, showcasing various facets of a candidate’s law school application.Click here for more information on Admissions Consulting from Kaplan.

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Law School Application Spotlight: Letters of Recommendation Reviewed

This is a continuing series of blogs from our team of Admissions Consultants here at Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions, showcasing various facets of a candidate’s law school application. Click here for more information on Admissions Consulting from Kaplan, including

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Evaluating the New Law School Evaluations

Click here for more information on Admissions Consulting from Kaplan.

For those of us who have been around the graduate and law school admissions game any length of time, reading countless LOR’s can be a frustrating search for “the truth.”

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