Not quire sure if you want to go to law school? Or sure you want to go after that JD, but unsure where to apply? Nervous about what law school is really like? Uncertain if a JD is right for your career goals? Curious about the difference between law schools… READ MORE
Students often ask us where they should apply to law school. By “where” they mean “which schools,” but they also mean it literally, as in “where on the map.” Law school rankings are handy for identifying the top 20 or so schools in the country, but they can’t tell you if a school is right for you.
So how do you decide where to apply? Here are five main areas to consider:
This post is from Linda Abraham, founder and president of Accepted.com. – On Twitter, I frequently see tweets lamenting the difficulty inherent in writing MBA application essays. It’s true–they are a pain, especially if you are the kind of person who does not like self-reflection or self-expression. I feel your… READ MORE
This is the first in a series ofÂ posts from our friends at Accepted.com. Stay tuned for inside tips on the law school and B-school admissions process. – What are the most boring, non-starters for your personal statement? Openings that use wording from the question, or in the case of… READ MORE
Rankings like those in U.S. News have become essential tools for grad school applicants. And for good reason: they’re some of the handiest ways to evaluate which programs are the best fits for all kinds of prospective students. But do published rankings affect the schools themselves? Recent research suggests that… READ MORE
This video from ace LSAT prep teacher Kristen Kennedy breaks down all you need to know to apply to law school. 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… READ MORE