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Is the LSAT Getting Harder?

Recently there has been a growing presumption that the LSAT is getting harder. Maybe this is because the weakened economy or the increase in Law School applications. I’m assuming that the logic goes something like this: the unemployment rate …

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Law School Selection: Extracurricular Activities

This is a continuing series of blogs from our team of Admissions Consultants here at Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions, showcasing various considerations on finding the right law school for you. Click here for more information on Admissions Consulting from

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Law School Selection: Location, Location, Location! Why Geography Matters

This is a continuing series of blogs from our team of Admissions Consultants here at Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions, showcasing various considerations on finding the right law school for you. Click here for more information on Admissions Consulting from

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Law School Selection: Financial Aid and Scholarships

This is a continuing series of blogs from our team of Admissions Consultants here at Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions, showcasing various considerations on finding the right law school for you. Click here for more information on Admissions Consulting from

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Four 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 …

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5 Things Not To Forget On Test Day

Tomorrow’s the big day – test day. Good luck to all of you. Here are five final reminders before you walk into the testing room.

1. Don’t underestimate the importance of a positive attitude. Nothing good can come from …

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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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3 Things to be Thankful For on the LSAT

As an LSAT instructor, it’s easy for me to be thankful for the test. After all, I get paid to help students learn our methods and get higher scores on test day. Students, though, sometimes ask why they have to …

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Law School Application Spotlight: Letters of Recommendation Redux

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 past few weeks, we’ve been focusing extensively on the

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2 Things Students Struggle Most with in Practice

I did start out with the best of intentions: I would get a jump on my (inevitable) New Year’s resolutions by practicing some serious dietary restraint and committing to a grueling workout regimen. No secretly raiding the bags- and bags …

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