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LSAT Accommodations for People with Disabilities

As with all formal, standardized tests, the LSAT offers accommodations to people with disabilities. Go here for their page devoted to this subject. However, just in case you want to just keep on reading here, I’ll give you a summary of how to apply for accommodations for the exam. Step 1: Register for the LSAT […]

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LSAT Eligibility: Who Can Take the LSAT?

I searched far and wide for any LSAT eligibility requirements. Well, I did do a google search, and read the official LSAC website for about 2 minutes, but that’s basically the same thing. My onerous search brought me to a single conclusion: there aren’t any “requirements.” It’s pretty simple. Here’s the thing, the LSAC isn’t […]

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Law School Financial Aid Resources

Law school is expensive. There’s no other way to put it. With how things are going, you could be looking at spending over $150,000 when you finally get your degree, and that’s on the low end. So, unless you’re made of money, chances are you’re going to need some financial aid. Right now, with law […]

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Highest Paying Legal Jobs

While I’m guessing making lots of money wasn’t your only reason for considering a career as a lawyer, it’s probably going to be near the top of your list. Who’s going to blame you there? I’m not. It’s what I was told as well. I’m not going to tell you that lawyers don’t make money. […]

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LSAT vs. GRE

If you’ve considered going to grad school, then you’ve probably considered studying for and taking the GRE. I know when I was still in my undergrad I was guilty of popping out a pocket dictionary and trying to memorize some random vocabulary words in hopes that I would get a couple more points on the […]

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How much does applying to law school cost?

If you’re thinking about applying to law school, chances are you’ve also been thinking about the costs of applying. Essentially, there are two kinds of costs for applying to law school, and you don’t need to incur both of them to get into the school of your choice. I certainly didn’t. However, you should at […]

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