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The GRE: A Breakdown For Law School Applicants

The GRE: A Breakdown For Law School Applicants

Last week, Harvard announced that, as part of a pilot program, it would accept GRE scores for admission to its law school. It joins the University of Arizona as the only two accredited law schools to allow the GRE to be used in place of the LSAT. As one of the top law schools in the country, Harvard might be a bellwether for larger changes taking place in law school applications. What does this mean for the future of the LSAT, and how will it change applying to law school? And how does the GRE compare to the LSAT?

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JD Advising’s Mock LSAT Exam

JD Advising’s Mock Law School Admission Test at Wayne State University Law School – May 20, 2017

Are you thinking of going to law school?  Have you been studying for and are planning on taking the Law School Admission Test (LSAT)?  If so, we recommend taking our mock LSAT on May 20, 2017 at Wayne State University Law School.   The test will begin at 10:00 a.m. and will last three hours.  It is  free to students taking the LSAT and is comprised of actual LSAT released questions.

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LSAT Logic Games Breakdown: PrepTest 80

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LSAT Logic Games Breakdown: PrepTest 80

LSAT Logic Games Breakdown: PrepTest 80: This is the start of a new series on this blog, dedicated to helping you prepare for the LSAT logic games. The idea behind a LSAT logic games breakdown is to analyze the make up of specific PrepTests to see which exams will be most helpful in preparing for your administration. We’ll review the games on specific LSATs, and let you know how good they are as a barometer for when you take the LSAT.

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Which LSAT PrepTests are Best?

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Which LSAT PrepTests are Best?

In the course of studying, many students wonder how many LSAT PrepTests they should review. Later this week, Preptest 80 from the December 2016 will be released. So, most students will have access to dozens of previous exams. For many, that’s more than they could ever hope to work through. So, which LSAT PrepTests are best for preparing for your administration? We’ll break it down by section!

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How to Write a Law School Addendum

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How to Write a Law School Addendum

Crafting a law school addendum can be an intimidating process – most likely, you must re-confront an issue that you hoped was behind you. For purposes of Character & Fitness, this statement is an essential piece of an application package for several applicants. Instead of viewing it as an obstacle, however, we want you to think of what you have overcome, how you adapted and grew, and how capable you are of pursuing your dream as a law student.

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What Do I Do After the LSAT?

What Do I Do After the LSAT?

You’re done! The most tortuous part of applying to law school is finished! All those hours spent studying and reviewing for the LSAT are now behind you! This sense of relief is one shared by almost everyone that sits for the test. For many, though, it’s quickly followed by a question: what do I after the LSAT is finished?

Luckily, there are plenty of things you need to do before you apply to law school. So, take that newfound sense of liberation and apply to other parts of the law school application process!

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How Do I Approach LSAT Assumption Questions?

How Do I Approach LSAT Assumption Questions?

Depending on how you classify them, the LSAT Logical Reasoning section has something like 10-15 different types of questions. LSAT assumption questions are, by far, the ones students ask me most frequently about. They also tend to be the ones students have the most difficult mastering. Here are a few tips to help you unlock what these questions want you to do.

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LSAT Tips for Procrastinators

 LSAT Tips for Procrastinators

It happens to everyone: you keep meaning to study, and you just never get around to it. Things pop up in your life: work, relationships, family issues. And for you, it happened before the LSAT! While it’s ideal to be as prepared as possible to take the test, we do have some LSAT tips for procrastinators below! They are applicable to those who have studied, or haven’t studied enough!

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Why You Should Focus LSAT Prep on New LSAT Questions

Why You Should Focus LSAT Prep on New LSAT Questions

Many students compensate for the stress of the LSAT by taking as many previous LSATs as possible. We think this is a great technique! However, there actually is a point of diminishing returns when taking previous LSAT questions. Below, we discuss why your LSAT prep should focus on new LSAT questions.

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How Often Can I Take The LSAT?

How Often Can I Take the LSAT?

How Often Can I Take the LSAT?: After each administration of the LSAT, we often have inquiries about how soon students can retake the exam. It is not uncommon for students to take the LSAT more than once, especially since law schools only have to consider their highest scores. Below, we’ll address how often you can take the LSAT, and other frequently asked questions in this vein!

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