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Law School Changes: Overtime with Elie Mystal

Last month we were joined on our monthly LSAT talk show, the 180live, by Elie Mystal– a blogger for Above the Law and general man about town regarding law school changes (you may have seen him on Fox News, …

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Real LSAT Logic Games: Questions Part I

Over the weekend I hope you all got a chance to test your Logic Game set-up knowledge (if not, check this out) as we break down this entire real LSAT, because the time has come to check out the …

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LSAT Procrastinators, Unite! June LSAT Application Acceptance

LSAT procrastination could be rewarded...

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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So you want to go to law school – what should you do right now?

You may be in your 2nd or 3rd year of University – or you may be out in the workforce. You may have wanted to be a lawyer ever since you were 5 years old and saw your first episode …

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LSAT Test Day: To cancel or not to cancel

You just finished the fifth and final multiple choice section of the LSAT. You’re ready to relax and complete the Writing Sample when the proctor makes an ominous announcement: anyone who wishes to cancel his or her score may …

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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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Updating Law School Applications

If you have been placed on a law school waiting list or still have not heard back from some of your schools, now is the time to update your applications with any new information.  The easiest way to do this …

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Want to know your odds of admission to Harvard?

For those of you that hate math, law school’s the place for you.  Not only is there no math on the LSAT, thanks to the LSAC, the guesswork of the perceived formulaic admissions process is gone too.  168/3.4, …

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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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