This week’s roundup highlights tips for your law school applications as well as personal LSAT prep stories. If you’re taking the October LSAT, relax, take a deep breath, and good luck!
Read these essay tips from the Yale Law Admissions team in a post on International Business Times. Key takeaway? Loving to argue is not a quality to have or express in a personal statement.
Stressed about the upcoming LSAT? Read these prep stories from students at the University of Houston. They offer some handy tips for timing your studies — and even make a case for finding a good prep course
The Ivey Files provides information on how to make sure the content is right for these two different components of your law school application.
This Cornell student describes how studying for the LSAT has affected his life.Â Are your experiences the same?
Does attending an Ivy League school indirectly determine your candidacy for future government positions? Read more in this Wall Street Journal article to find out.
And remember, you can follow KnewtonLSAT on Twitter for more application tips and news!