I did an interview recently with John Richardson of prep.com of Toronto. We discussed LSAT Logic games (aka Puzzle Games, aka Analytical Reasoning, aks the section that dares not speak it's name...)
We discussed a wide swath of subjects: the role of a prep class, the need to practice, the categories of games, and why even the most brillant ...
John Richardson and I sat down to chat today about taking the February LSAT, keeping it simple, law school applications in a down economy, and the impact of TV lawyers on law school applications.
John Richardson has been teaching the LSAT for 35 years so he has seen it all, and ...
“Should I cancel my December LSAT?”
“Should I cancel my December LSAT?” That’s not a question anyone wants to consider, especially after going through the agony of prepping for the LSAT and sitting the test for most of a day.
You are totally stressed, so the first thing to do is ...
I must retake the LSAT. Is it too late to apply for Fall 2013 admissions?
You have received your October LSAT score and now wonder if taking the December LSAT will make your application too late for Fall 2013 admissions? The general advice is that most law school admissions are on ...
“Should I cancel my October LSAT?”
“Should I cancel my October LSAT?” That’s not a question anyone wants to consider, especially after going through the agony of prepping for the LSAT and sitting the test for most of a day.
The first step is to sit back, take your hand off ...
Editing your Law School Admissions Personal Statement
Law schools put enormous emphasis on the law school essay when deciding which applicants will be accepted and which will be rejected. This makes it very important that you take care as you complete your law school personal statement. It must be a compelling ...
The Rough Draft --
First Stage to Writing the Law School Admissions Personal Statement
The law school admissions personal statement is very important to your admissions to law school. Some admissions personnel say that they read the personal statement first, and if they get bored they won't even finish reading it -- ...
Evaluate Yourself - Developing a theme for your Law School Personal Statement.
Brainstorming is an essential first step to developing a theme for your Law School admissions personal statement. That exercise will help you evaluate yourself. . . helping you see more clearly your attributes and value. But, there are other ...
Free e-book: ACE the LSAT Logic Games
Ace the LSAT Logic Games teaches a comprehensive and effective system for answering logic games. Employing descriptive, practical language, and easily understandable examples, it teaches specific skills and diagramming methods for every type of logic game you could expect . . . and for ...
Law School Personal Statement -- BRAINSTORMING
Brainstorming is the first stage in writing your law school personal statement. It is the process of gathering all of your ideas, and jogging memories of helpful information. It is important that you get these thoughts on paper, so do not edit or censor them!