Free Webinar Helps You Make Your Personal Statement Stand Out

Sponsored by Admit Advantage and Back By Popular Demand… The Dos and Don’ts of Personal Statements Monday, 11/5     8pm EDT Time is getting short! Don’t spin your wheels over your personal statement. Join us for a discussion of the key features of a successful statement. The right personal statement can make all the difference and help you overcome less than stellar LSAT scores or GPAs! Even applicants with great numbers, need top-notch personal statements to make them…

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Law School Admissions Tip #8: Reasons for Choosing a School

By Catherine Cook, an Accepted.com admissions consultant, published author and former Duke Law admissions officer. Accepted.com, the premier admissions consultancy and essay editing company, has helped applicants around the world gain admissions to over 450+ top schools since 1994. This blog post originally appeared on Accepted Admissions Consulting Blog. The Top 15 Things Every Law School Applicant Should Know is a series that will teach you the ins and outs of successful law school applications. Stay tuned for the remaining elements. This…

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More on When to Cancel an LSAT Score

One of the most frequent topics we are asked about is the LSAT – and whether to cancel a score when test day doesn’t go as planned. We’ve devoted an entire podcast to the topic and you can listen to it here.  After the October 2012 test, we got the following question from a listener. So here’s my deal. I did not prepare for the LSAT as well as I should have, and because of that,I had some serious issues…

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Free Webinar from jdMission & Manhattan LSAT Helps You Write Your Way Into Law School

How can you write essays that grab the attention of law school admissions committees?   Mary Adkins, Manhattan LSAT instructor and senior consultant with JD admissions consulting firm, jdMission, will use this simple but often perplexing question as the starting point to a workshop for prospective law school applicants. Attendees will walk through a series of exercises that challenge them to uncover their personal and nuanced stories, craft compelling opening statements, develop meaningful goal statements, connect their goals to…

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Admit Advantage Offers a Free Webinar on Letters of Recommendation!

    The Who, What and Why of Effective Recommendations Monday, 10/15   8pm EDT Get the recommendations you need! Candidates have more control over this key application component than they realize. The Admit Advantage law director will discuss what law schools want to see and how you can help your recommenders get it right. Don’t miss this opportunity put your application over the top. Detailed Q&A to follow. Registration link: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/297287774

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Take the LSAT on Saturday or Wait Until December?

That’s the question a Law School Podcaster listener recently posed on our blog.  We turned, of course, to the Manhattan LSAT prep team for the helpful response that follows. Our listener asks: I took the June LSAT and had been doing independent study for it the 2-3 months leading up to the test date. I was averaging 155 on my practice tests but a large part of the problem was my living situation. The Monday before the test I had a series…

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