Wondering how to get into Loyola Law School? We’re here to break down Loyola LSAT scores and GPA, along with an overview of the program.
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Catherine supports Magoosh’s future grad school students by unlocking tricks of the test prep and application trade. She specializes in the LSAT, but also brings her experience in test prep and higher ed admissions to Magoosh students. Catherine spends her free time checking out local farmer’s markets, reading food and lifestyle blogs, and watching Bravo. She is forever in search of the best Mexican and Italian food in any given city.
Who doesn’t dream of spending time on a beach in California? While you’ll spend a lot of time in the library as a law student, preparing for classes and exams, you’ll still have time to explore and have fun. So, why not study somewhere beautiful—at one of the top law schools in California! Check out […]
Harvard, as one of the top 14 law schools in the country, has one of the best LSAT medians to match: 173. The 75th percentile for Harvard LSAT scores is 175, and the 25th percentile is 170. What do these numbers tell you? They tell you that focusing on the LSAT is absolutely crucial for […]
In law school admissions, your LSAT score and GPA are viewed as “hard factors” because of how important these numbers are in the admissions process and how objectively quantifiable they are. However, that’s not to say that admissions officers don’t consider anything else when deciding whose application file to move to the “yes” pile. To […]
Applying to law school can be both an expensive and time-consuming process – each application comes with its own fee, and individual schools might have custom requirements (like tailored personal statements or mandatory essay supplements). Putting too many schools down on your list could cause a lot of unnecessary stress. On the other hand, you […]
We all know that law school comes with a heavy financial cost – and many law students figure this cost into their career choices after graduating. It can be tough to choose pro bono work (even when that’s where your interest lies) when you’re facing what feels like a staggering amount of student debt. But […]
You’ve dutifully hit the library, studied for months, and are finally done with the LSAT! Now what? Should you just watch your favorite TV shows and chill out on the couch? Yes, for the first few days. You should absolutely celebrate the fact that you’ve just taken one of the most challenging admission tests out […]
In a recent post, we discussed conditional law school admission – what it is, and which schools offer it. To recap, some schools offer conditional admission programs to students who demonstrate potential, but whose applications aren’t strong enough to earn full acceptance in the incoming class. There are some good things about conditional law […]
Have you been put on one or more law school waitlists? Check out some of the most common questions we get about what waitlists are and how they work. 1. What is the purpose of a waitlist? Schools often have more qualified candidates in their applicant pool than they have spots in the incoming […]
Ever heard of a conditional acceptance letter to law school? Think of it as a stepping stone for those who aren’t yet quite prepared for law school, but show the potential to perform well as a law student. What is a conditional acceptance letter to law school? If your law school application isn’t strong […]