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Rejected at CUNY Law School – 1 day ago
Rejected at Northeastern Law School – 1 day ago
Pending at St. Mary's Law School – 2 days ago
Pending at Texas A&M – 2 days ago
Pending at University of Houston Law School – 2 days ago
Accepted at South Texas Law School – 2 days ago
Rejected at OSU Law School – 2 days ago
Accepted at Arizona Law School – 2 days ago
Accepted at Quinnipiac Law School – 4 days ago
Accepted at Syracuse Law School – 5 days ago
Accepted at USF Law School – 5 days ago
Accepted at Santa Clara Law School – 5 days ago
Rejected at William and Mary Law School – 6 days ago
Accepted at Gonzaga Law School – 7 days ago
Rejected at GW Law School – 8 days ago
Accepted at Widener Law School – 8 days ago
Accepted at Loyola Chicago Law School – 8 days ago
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Popular LSAT PREP resources
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) suspended in-person LSATs and began offering the LSAT-Flex, an online version of the LSAT that prospective law students take at home. Each test taker is paired with a remote proctor who ...
After taking the LSAT, the Law School Admissions Council sends you a report that includes your LSAT scaled score that ranges from 120 to 180, as well as your LSAT percentile. Unlike the LSAT scaled score, the LSAT percentile does not measure the number of ...
LSAT Virtual Proctor
Preparing for the LSAT requires time, commitment, and the right tools. One of the most important aspects of preparing for the LSAT is to take full-length practice exams under conditions that closely mimic actual LSAT exam conditions. An LSAT virtual procto ...
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Which Law Schools Should I Apply To?
Choosing which law schools to apply to is a complicated decision informed by a multitude of personal, professional, and academic factors. Geography, GPA, LSAT scores, and future career goals all play a major role. For example, if you are interested in foll ...
How to Apply to Law School
Applying to law school is daunting, and it can very difficult to know where to start. Follow our step-by-step process to make applying to law school a little less painful. 1. Sign up for LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service All applications to ABA ...
What to Do if You Don’t Get Into Law School
If you have followed the recommendations throughout this site, it is unlikely that you will not be admitted to one of the law schools you identified. But, if you do come up short, it isn’t the end of the world. In this situation, you are going to have to ...