Law School Expert, Inc. empowers and educates prospective law students about everything related to law school admission and the law school decision. Ann Levine, chief consultant and president, is the author of The Law School Admission Game (Amazon's bestselling law school guidebook) and The Law School Decision Game. The Law School Expert Blog is read by nearly 200,000 law school applicants each year.
What to Do AFTER the LSAT Prep Course?
You've taken the requisite LSAT prep course and now you don't know what else you can do to improve your score. Here's where I bring in LSAT tutor John Rood, president of Next Step Test Prep. We are going to talk about how to improve your LSAT score after you're done with your LSAT prep class:
1. What to do when you've already taken tons of practice tests?
2. Where should you spend your time in order to get the biggest increase in your score?
3. How to know whether a tutor can help you and what to expect from an LSAT tutor?
4. How likely is it that you can raise your score 5+ points when your LSAT prep course is over.
Join us and chat questions live!
The LSAT: A 30-Day Plan
Ann Levine, law school admission consultant and owner of LawSchoolExpert, will be talking with Matt Sherman of ManhattanLSAT about what law school applicants should be doing in the 30 days before the LSAT.
With the October LSAT around the corner, how should you be spending your time? How many practice LSAT tests should you be taking? How much can you expect your LSAT score to increase in the next month? Matt and Ann will answer all of these questions and more in this 30 minute podcast. You will be able to chat questions live.
Law School Personal Statement Tips
Ann Levine, law school admission consultant and author of The Law School Admission Game, reads an excerpt from the soon-to-be released Second Edition of The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert.
In this 15-minute podcast, she will answer the following questions:
What is a law school personal statement?What are the law schools looking for in a personal statement?Can I use the same essay for every law school I apply to?How long should my law school personal statement be? How should I decide what to write about in my personal statement?How should I get started?
Law School Admission Strategy: Session 3
Law school admission consultant Ann Levine of www.lawschoolexpert.com, and LSAT tutor Nathan Fox, will answer questions and provide advice and strategy for one lucky law school applicant currently studying for the LSAT. Stay tuned for advice on law school applications and LSAT preparation!
Law School Admission Strategy: Session 2
Law school admission consultant Ann Levine and LSAT instructor Nathan Fox will offer words of wisdom to someone studying for the June LSAT and applying to law school this fall. Tune in for a 30-minute no-holds-barred law school advice session.
This law school applicant is biracial, transferred undergraduate schools and was a college athlete. Listen in as Ann tears apart her resume and Nathan coaches her through Logic Games. Ann also gives tips on law school interviews.