That's one of the questions Blueprint Test Prep and Above the Law Career Center seeks to answer in their survey of Blueprint students preparing for the October 2012 LSAT regarding a variety of issues concerning law school and the legal system.
My friend Lisa at Anali's First Amendment recently asked me if I had any advice to share with students starting or returning to law school this fall. Here is a taste of one of my three tips.
A recent UC Berkeley study in neuroanatomy has found "that rigorous preparation for the LSAT can strengthen connections in the brain that are associated with improved reasoning skills."
Announcing the winners of free personal statement review services and my new ebook.
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