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Addendum on Character

Addendum on Character & Fitness: Example A

There are a couple minor incidents that I disclose and explain here:

First Incident: On October 5, 2012, I was charged by the First City Police with disorderly conduct, being drunk in public, …

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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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ReKap: 180 Live Law School Admissions Episode! The Key Points

Last night probably marked the greatest pre-law event Kaplan has ever had the privilege to host: the 180 Live Admissions Roundtable. We had four admissions experts from top-10 law schools discussing how exactly they choose who to admit, wait list, …

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180 Live Tonight! The Must-See Admissions Episode

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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LSAT Procrastinators, Unite! June LSAT Application Acceptance

Just how desperate are law schools for qualified applicants? Desperate enough to start eyeballing the procrastinators out there, the National Law Journal reports – at least 25 American schools are considering June 2013 LSAT scores for fall 2013 admissions.

Applications …

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Covering Your Digital Trail: Social Media, Law School, and You

Last week, on our Graduate Advisor Blog, one of MCAT writers posted an interesting article, “Can a Tweet Keep You Out of Medical School?” Though it’s aimed toward Pre-Health advisors and students, I think the article is very …

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Do You Know Where You’re Going To? Pre-LSAT Prep Can Help.

I received a great text message two days ago: one of my tutoring students informed me that he was accepted to a number of law schools, including his number one choice! I immediately phoned him to offer my congratulations and …

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It’s the summer. I’m employed. I want to go to law school. What Should I Do Now?

Happy Summer! You have a few months ahead of you to spend enjoying warm weather while thinking about law school applications. Although the ideal time to submit your applications is by early November, it is not too soon to start …

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The Worst Personal Statement I’ve Ever Read

The law school application process is certainly not easy to navigate. After the LSAT, applicants are often most challenged while tackling their personal statement. Last month, our team of Admissions Consultants here at Kaplan share their insights on what makes

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

As law school application deadlines are looming, we know many of you are unsure of how best to handle the letters of recommendation requirement for law schools. As such, we’ve reposted one of our Admissions Consulting blogs from October, …

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