Anyone who is considering law school should give careful thought to preparing an application when the time comes. While many factors will determine whether or not a student is admitted to a law school program of study, a handful of these will play a significant role in the school’s admission decision.
1. Prepare to take the LSAT. The LSAT is a widely-used admissions test that determines a student’s aptitude and readiness for legal coursework. Study materials and sample exams are available for practice before taking the scheduled exam. Undergraduate students can get a good idea of the type and number of questions that are given in the test, and prepare accordingly.
2. Take undergraduate courses that help to prepare for law coursework...Read More