A little over a year ago, I wrote a piece for Ms. JD about studying for the LSAT while working full time. Back then, I was in the midst of planning my wedding, plus taking care of a rambunctious dog and trying to spend time with my now-husband, all while working nine-to-five as a technical writer. Some things have changed (I’m married! And the dog has settled down a bit), but the tips have stayed evergreen. Are you looking for more advice on studying for the LSAT while working full-time? Here are some more time-tested ways to ensure success, even when your life is hectic. [Read more…] about Tips for Studying for the LSAT While Working Full-Time
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A major portion of your law school application is your score on the Law School Admission Test or LSAT. While this is the second-most important exam you will take on your law school/law career journey, next to the bar admissions exam, it is required by many law schools in order to be considered for admission. The aim for the exam is to gauge potential success in law school by testing skills that are essential for law careers such as reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytic capabilities. [Read more…] about Everything You Think You Know About Law School – The LSAT
Welcome back! Today we’re talking about some surprising LSAT myths with Nathan Fox, founder of Fox LSAT.
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Today’s advice comes from our friends at Blueprint LSAT Prep. Blueprint students increase their LSAT score by an average of 11 points on in-class practice tests, and can enroll in live LSAT prep classes throughout the country or take an online LSAT course from the comfort of their own home.
It’s the final month before the June LSAT. If you’re not quite where you want to be yet, don’t panic: just like Morgan Spurlock, you can do incredible things in 30 days. In fact, most students see their biggest score improvements during the last weeks of prep. [Read more…] about Maximize Your Final Month of LSAT Prep
If you’re considering law school, the LSAT is surely in your future. This standardized admission test can sometimes be the make-or-break component of what gets you into law school, or the school of your choice. With the help of Nathan Fox, founder of Fox LSAT, we’ve put together your complete guide to preparing for the LSAT over on About.com. [Read more…] about All the Advice You Need to Conquer the LSAT
We’re excited to welcome back John Rood of Next Step Test Preparation. You may remember John’s previous post, How to Prepare for the December LSAT and his advice on working with a pre-law advisor. He’s here to talk about the February LSAT and whether it’s worth taking. Welcome back, John! [Read more…] about The Real Story of the February LSAT