The personal statement (PS) allows you to show the admissions committee something they might not garner from the rest of your application. Some call it an interview or an elevator pitch. Here are three do’s and three don’ts to remember.
In the week leading up to LSAT score release day, you’re likely to see the phrase “going gray” thrown around social media, forums, and blogs. In this case, going gray is a good thing. Although LSAC provides test takers with an official date for scores to be emailed out, the published date is always a few days later than when scores are actually emailed out. Confused yet?
The following is, in part, a repost from July 3, 2015:
June LSAT scores will be released within the next week. If you're satisfied with your score, congratulations! You can say goodbye to logic game drills, diagramming, and wondering if you picked the right title for that last RC passage. Summer is a fine time to bring your social life back from the dead and lounge on the beach, but it’s also a good time get a head start on applications. The more you do now, the less stressed you will be later.
If you underperform and would like to retake, it's not the end of the world. We'll discuss that option in an upcoming blog post. The information here still applies, but will be adjusted to accommodate for October LSAT study time.
First of all, congratulations on your admits! Now it's time to choose. Visiting law schools for Admitted Student Day/Weekend can make or break your decision. Here are the top 5 tips to remember during Admitted Student Visits.
This is a stressful week for LSAT takers. Only six days until the biggest test of your life. Are you ready? Did you study enough? Here are 3 tips to lower stress and prepare your mind and body for test day.
Our apologies to Temple and Villanova, but Drexel was our second and last stop in Philly this time around. The Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law is relatively new, opening in August 2006 and attaining full ABA accreditation in August 2011. Let's take a deeper look:
The end of November was a blur, but here we are catching up with the Admissions Sherpa Travel Series. Penn Law is a top law school located in beautiful Philadelphia, PA. There's a lot of history here, but let's see what else Penn has to offer.