An A+ is fun to get. Especially in law school, where A+’s are so rare. At my school (and I think at virtually every law school though I have not verified this) an A+ has no special effect on your GPA. So a plain old “A” is treated the same as an “A+” for GPA purposes. And class ranking purposes. And everything that matters, outside of your own ego! Continue reading
LSAT Logic Games Predictions June 2018
In this post, we go over our LSAT Logic Games predictions June 2018. We have no inside knowledge from LSAC. Rather, we carefully analyze released Preptests to see if any patterns emerge. Continue reading below for our thoughts!
Here, we discuss some of our law school note taking tips and shortcuts that have helped us and our law students! If you are going to law school or already in law school, having a good plan of attack for your law school notes will be helpful! And here, we give you some great tips and shortcuts for law school note taking. Continue reading
I was fortunate to get all A’s in law school (several A+’s and a couple A-‘s) which helped me graduate as the #1 law student. There are things you should definitely do if you want to excel in law school and you can read about them here. In this post, I am discussing the mindset you should be in if you want to get all A’s in law school. Continue reading
5 Tips To Be Fully Prepared For LSAT Test Day
While we are still over a month away until the June 2018 LSAT, it’s never too early to start preparing for exam day! In this post, we give our best LSAT test day tips!
Our Most Useful LSAT Posts
In this post, we round up our most useful LSAT posts so you can find them all in one place! Here, they are, in no particular order!
JD Advising Law School Prep Course Scholarship for the August 2018 Law School Prep Course for Students Attending a Michigan Law School.
We are excited to announce that we are offering a law school prep course scholarship for students who are interested in taking our JD Advising law school prep course in August 2018. Our in-person or online law school prep course is $1499.99. We are offering a scholarship of $500 to a student who plans on attending a law school in Michigan. This scholarship brings the law school prep course rate down to $999.99. Continue reading
You may be wondering what classes you take your first year of law school (also called your “1L” year). Here, we give you an overview of the classes that you will take. Below, we also tell you a few ways that law school differs from college so that you can be prepared to meet the demands of law school! Continue reading
Why Are There Two Summer 2018 LSAT Tests?
If you are planning on taking the LSAT this summer, you may have been surprised by the fact there seem to be two summer 2018 LSAT tests. In the past, LSAC has only offered an LSAT in June, and an LSAT in late September or early October. What has changed in the LSAT schedule, and what does it mean for future administrations?
Five Things You Should Know Going Into Law School
Five Things You Should Know Going Into Law School: If you are about to enter law school you need to get ready for a whole new world. Law school is unlike anything you have done before. Notoriously hard and frustrating, it will push you to your limits. But it is also fun and exciting and does not have to be super stressful! Law school changes how you think, it changes your life, and it changes you. Your first few months will be a transition. But this transition will be easier if you know a few things going into law school. Below is a list of five things you should know going into law school.
How To Set Yourself Up For LSAT Success
We are often asked if there is some secret formula to LSAT success. While there is no shortcut to doing well on the LSAT, we do have a general guideline to help you plan for it! Read below for more details!
February 2018 LSAT Logic Games Predictions
It’s less than a week before the February 2018 LSAT! Most students are most likely fine tuning their approach this week. However, any outside help is usually appreciate. We have you covered! In this post, we reveal our February 2018 LSAT Logic Games predictions!
How Many Times Can I Take The LSAT?
LSAC changed it’s policy on how many times a person can take the LSAT, effective for the September 2017 administration. However, news seems to travel slow in the LSAT world. We’ve run into many students who still aren’t aware! So, in this post, we go over these changes for those who missed this the first time around!
Free eBook for Law Students: “Five Things You Can Do Right Now to Excel in Law School Exams”
JD Advising’s free ebook, “Five Things You Can Do Right Now to Excel on Law School Exams” was written by Ashley Heidemann, who graduated as the #1 law student. It is geared toward law students looking to start preparing early in their semester. As law students begin their second semester, they are often looking to tweak their study habits. Now that they have been through a round of exams, they are starting to realize what works and what doesn’t. In our ebook, we give you five tips to help students start preparing early. If you’re looking to modify how you studied and prepare for final exams, this book is for you.
LSAT Logical Reasoning Mistakes…And How To Fix Them!
Of all the sections on the LSAT, Logical Reasoning is worth the most. 51 our of 101 questions fall in Logical Reasoning each administration! In order to make sure oyu nail this section of the exam, make sure you don’t fall into any of the common LSAT Logical Reasoning mistakes. Read further to see how to avoid these pitfalls!