• LSAT test day comes with a wide range of emotions, nerves, excitement, and once it’s finally over, relief. Here are 7 tips to help you feel prepared and less nervous on the day you write the LSAT.   1. Be confident While very few people feel 100% confident going into
  • At this time last year nobody would have expected to be starting law school from home instead of campus. While some law students have experience and enjoy online remote learning, for many of us, it’s unfamiliar territory. Here are some tips to help you adjust to a new normal of
  • There are many wild misconceptions about law school floating around out there. Here are some commonly believed myths that need some debunking. 1. A law-related undergrad degree gives you an advantage. Law students come from all different backgrounds, biology, engineering, nursing, psychology, history, computer science – the list is endless.
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  • Once you’ve been accepted to a law school (congratulations!), it’s important to know how to accept it, how long you have to accept it, and the different options available to you. The last thing anyone wants is to make it this far and let an offer go to waste. Here’s
  • You’ve been studying for what probably feels like forever and your LSAT date is finally almost here. Knowing exactly what you can and can’t bring with you to the LSAT will help you to feel prepared and ensures everything goes smoothly.   What you need to bring to the LSAT LSAC