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How to Land a Law Job After Graduation

Law School Job

Your first job as a lawyer– it’s the reason you went to law school. It’s what will launch your career, and may be the most important job of your life. But you have to land it–and that can sometimes be easier said than done. Here are some tips to help you land at your first […]






 

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Work, class, work, study..What’s next?

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” These 10 words, typed over and over on Jack’s typewriter in “The Shining,” a classic psychological horror movie from 1980, could just as easily be found on any law school student’s laptop–so long as his name is Jack. In and of itself, law school is a lot […]






 

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The Do’s and Don’ts on LSAT Test Day

The day you take the LSAT will likely be one of the most important and stressful days of your life. Do well and you might be able to punch your ticket to the law school of your choice. Struggle and, well, you might be re-taking the test in June. With that in mind, it’s no […]






 

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LSAT and staying alive

You study and take practice tests and do well. Then the LSAT rolls around and … your hands sweat, you breathe heavily and think you might pass out. Or worse. Anxiety is as much a part of the LSAT as the $165 fee you pay for the privilege of sitting for the exam. And why wouldn’t it […]






 

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Studying Law and Being Able to Recall – Techniques That Work

Fact and figures. Dates and decisions. Statutes and stare decisis. During exams, it can be difficult to pull the right information out of your brain at just the right time. Which is why having a “recall strategy” in place as early in the semester as possible is critically important to doing well when exams roll […]






 

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We Pose the Question, Should You Postpone Your LSAT?

December or February? That’s the question you may be asking yourself as you prepare to take the LSAT. How you answer the question is important–it can mean the difference between getting into the law school of your choice and having to go to your second or third choice. It can also mean the difference between […]






 

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Mediocre LSAT Score? You’ve Still Got Options

If you’re disappointed with your LSAT score, don’t fret. It’s not the end of the world. You can still get into law school. You can still get into your top choice. And, if you rethink your application strategy, you may still be able to get into your top choice with a scholarship. Here are three […]






 

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3 Important LSAT Preparation Tips

A lot rides on the LSAT. The five-section aptitude and writing test can be the difference between top 25 and tier four. It can be the difference between a scholarship and a lot of debt. That’s why it’s important to prepare. Here are three law tutor approved LSAT preparation tips that go beyond simply taking […]






 

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Top Undergrad Degrees for Future Lawyers

Because of the diversity of the field of law, you as a student are faced with an array of choices when deciding which undergraduate degree you wish to pursue. While choosing the right one is important, good grades and LSAT scores are also vital  A law tutor is a great resource to help you decide […]






 

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5 Tips to Score High on the LSAT

The Law School Admission Test, or LSAT, serves as the first great gatekeeper through which all future lawyers must pass. Universities believe that the LSAT measures the ability of applicants to succeed during year one of law school. Test scores range from 120 at the low end to a high of 180. Admission to top […]






 

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