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Month: February 2020
The LSAT differs from most standardized tests. It tests mental skills like logical reasoning and analysis under tight time constraints rather than familiarity with specific subjects like grammar or mathematics. Instead of memorizing flashcards or reading textbooks, mastering the LSAT mainly takes practice. But what kind of practice?
LAW SCHOOLS REQUIRE applicants to submit a resume, but most prospective students won't need to write one from scratch. If you have a resume on hand from your job search, you can work with that. However, you will need to tailor it to emphasize what law schools are looking for, which can be different from …
AS LAW SCHOOL admissions decisions roll in, many applicants find at least a few tempting acceptance letters to offset the rejections and waitlists. Now they face a welcomed decision: how to compare their options and choose the right law school.