The Ultimate Guide To Law School Application
The law school admissions game is no joke. If you don’t have top-tier grades and scores, you need to lower your expectations. Unlike college admissions, there's a lot less room for slack and alternative methods of admissions (i.e., athletic or music scholarships).
If you want to get into the nation’s most competitive schools, realize that you can’t just have good grades and scores – they must be BETTER than the grades and scores of the students you’re applying against.
If you haven’t started prepping for the LSAT yet, start. Now. And if your grades are low, you need to bring them up IMMEDIATELY while there’s still time.
The law school application process can be easy – if you let it be. Just remember:
If you do all of the above, you’ll be ahead of the game. I’ve seen hundreds of students use the above advice to get into the nation’s most selective law school. I’ve also seen thousands more ignore this advice and wind up in the rejection pile.
With all this in mind:
Take Care of the Most Important Things First and Start Improving Your Grades and Test Scores NOW.
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