Kristen explains the most important aspects of your law school admissions profile. You’re judged primarily on your undergraduate GPA and LSAT scores. Your personal statement is also important because it’s your best chance to differentiate yourself from the crowd, to emphasize your uniqueness. You can shape your undergrad transcripts to your advantage by taking challenging upper-level transcripts and keeping an upward trend in your grades. Kristen has some advice on building relationships with your professors so you can get good letters of recommendation.
The video goes on to break down your odds of being admitted to various law schools given different combinations of LSAT scores and GPA. To maximize your admissions chances, it’s good to spend several months prepping for the LSAT. You can submit multiple LSAT scores, but all of them count, so best to maximize your performance up front.