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It ain’t over! What to do about that June LSAT disappointment

Maybe it’s not just the US Men’s National Team that’s having a bad day: Maybe you’ve just received a disappointing June LSAT score. What’s next for you — a retake in September or December, applying with the June score, or putting off law school for another...

That was not what I was hoping for: the June LSAT disappointment

Does it feel like you just scored a goal against your own team in a the last seconds of a semi-final match, ending your country’s World Cup finals hopes, in front of millions of worldwide viewers? No, probably much worse, because receiving a disappointing June LSAT score happened to...

New website and resources on diversity in legal education

...or the lack thereof.  The Society of American Law Teachers and the Lawyering in the Digital Age Clinic at Columbia University School of Law have put together a website exploring racial and ethnic diversity in American law schools.  Their central finding: the proportion of African-Americans and Mexican-Americans among law students...

Big Changes in LSAT Accommodations for Applicants with Disabilities

There’s great news for past and future law school applicants with disabilities: the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) has settled pending lawsuits with the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) regarding accommodations on the LSAT. The plaintiffs alleged that LSAC...

Is the February LSAT too late for Fall 2013 admission?

STOP!  Read the 2014 update here instead. ———————————————- Great question.  The deadline to sign up is this coming Tuesday, January 8th. So what do you need to consider in order to make a reasoned decision about whether to take the February 9th LSAT? First, if this would be a...

December LSAT disappointment? Read this first.

The December 2016 LSAT scores are out and some of your are no doubt disappointed. Your array of options is clear, even if which one to choose is murkier: 1. Apply now with your current score. 2. Retake in February and apply at that time. 3. Apply now, but retake in February in the...

I’m taking the October LSAT—what should I be doing right now?

1. LSAT prep. These last few weeks are critical, and study and practice for the LSAT must remain your number one priority.  (But don’t forget to taper during that last week—no practice tests after 9/27!)  If you haven’t taken a full-length timed practice test yet, you’re...

LSAT prep materials available at Du Bois Library

Thanks to the generous donation from alum Josh Burday—a law student at the University of Chicago—the W.E.B. Du Bois library now has an extensive collection of LSAT prep materials available for review.  The collection includes various prep manuals, as well as over 60 full-length practice tests....

Important Info for LSAT Retakers

UPDATE 10/26/15: GOOD NEWS. LSAC has reinstated the refund offer and will also refund December registrations in certain cases. Details here: LSAC will honor requests for refunds of the additional late registration fee ($90) from candidates who chose not to register by the regular registration deadline for the December LSAT because they...

LSAT: Retake or no?

You’ve just received your June LSAT score, and it’s not what you’d hoped.   What’s next for you — a retake  in October or December, applying with the June score, or putting off law school for another year? To seriously answer the question of whether you should retake...

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