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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 Spotlight on: The Personal Statement – What it is and is not.

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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Why is it a good idea to take the October LSAT?

To give you every advantage possible as you prep for the October LSAT, enroll in a comprehensive LSAT course by September 30th and receive our three section-specific supplemental On Demand courses for free: Logic Games On Demand,

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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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Law School Scholarship: Playing the Odds

Yup, I’m the one: the one guy under thirty keeping dying sports alive. Two of my favorites? Boxing and horse racing. So what a terrific Saturday in May it was with both the Pacquiao fight and The Kentucky Derby on …

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What are Law School Admissions Committees really looking for?

Ok, let’s start at the top…

The Admissions Committee has a two-fold goal: to bring in as competitive of a class as possible, while bringing in as diverse of a class as possible.

There’s no question that each school is …

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Five parts of the application

You may be curious as to how the application process works, so here goes…

I view the application process as containing five different pieces:

Over …

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Is Law School in 2010 right for you?

If you are considering applying to law school this year, I ask you an important question: Is law school in 2010 right for you? Riding out the economy shouldn’t be your motivation for law school now. I urge you to …

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Canceling Your LSAT Score – Making the Decision

Ideally, every person who takes the LSAT goes into the testing center, takes the test, and leaves feeling confident that great results will follow. However, it’s inevitable that some test takers will succumb to the pressure of Test Day and …

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