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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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4 LSATs per year – One’s gotta be easier, right?

Law school applicants are a competitive lot.They are always trying to get the upper hand.Therefore it is no surprise that I occasionally hear the questions, “Which one of the four yearly LSATs is the easiest?Some LSATs are easier than others,

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5 Things Not To Forget On Test Day

1.Don’t underestimate the importance of a positive attitude.Nothing good can come from negativity, but a lot of good can come from positivity.When I prepared for the October LSAT, before each study session, I would take a few moments to …

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2 Months to Test Day: Reducing Stress on the LSAT

As an initial disclaimer, it should be stated that everyone handles stress and reduces stress in different ways.So this writing will be somewhat subjective based on my take on stress.However, this blog will also be partially objective based on the …

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Law School Spotlight on: The Personal Statement – How They Help (or Hurt) Your Apps.

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. For the next few weeks, we’ll be focusing extensively on the …

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LSAT Strategy at the Supermarket: Should I read Reading Comp. Questions First?

When I was in college, my roommates and I used to go grocery shopping at 2 a.m.The reasoning behind these trips was some combination of a need of something to do when everyone else was asleep, the joys of riding …

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October LSAT Flash Feedback

Tens of thousands of prospective law school applicants woke up on Sunday morning with a major feeling of relief (and perhaps a small hangover, too… not that we condone it) – the LSAT is done! Oh Yeah! While lots of …

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Law School Spotlight on: The Personal Statement – Brainstorming

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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LSAT Reading Comprehension: Embrace the Boring.

If after reading today’s post you are still stymied or generally annoyed by Reading Comprehension, check out our new Reading Comprehension On Demand course for a little supplemental prep.

Why is LSAT reading comprehension section so boring?This is a question …

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1L From a 1L

Kaplan is proud to announce a new partnership with JD Oasis! Bookmark them at www.jdoasis.com.

Man… after a few weeks off from blogging (as sporadic as it was for the last few weeks, it will be similar in the

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