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Video: What's Involved In Applying to Law School?
Asian American Law School Enrollment Tanking
Know When to Solve 'em, Know When to Leave 'em
AdmissionsBoards.com Law School Post of the Month
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As Melissa Hursey worked her way through her undergraduate degree and then through law school, she kept hearing that educational debt was "good debt." Everyone understood that school loans would pay off in higher future earnings. She wouldn't need to worry about her student loans because people would understand if a new graduate was a little late with payments or took educational loan obligations less seriously than others.
Working through writer's block
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Every fall, we find that writer's block ranks in the top two for most stressful issues applicants face. (The LSAT is the other one.) Since 1996, we've helped several thousands of law school applicants overcome this psychological road block and produce high-quality personal statements that have helped them gain admission to their reach law schools. We hope this article and video help an even larger number of law school applicants with this condition.
California to make bar exam easier
07/11/2017 09:48:57 - (David)
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The New York Times has an article about how California is set to make its bar exam easier to pass. (It's pretty widely considered to be the most difficult bar exam in the country.)
Don't make spell checker your crutch
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We always tell law school applicants to recruit a trusted proofreader to review their applications, especially personal statements, before submitting them electronically to their prospective law school's application website. This is one case where you will want to print out the materials you plan to submit for a thorough proofreading. And please do not trust an automated spell or grammar checker to catch all the errors. If you are not convinced, here are errors that most automated checkers will not catch: