Natural intelligence is not enough to score well on the LSAT. But what about Artificial Intelligence? PreLaw Magazine
Uh oh. Whittier Law School is questioning their own professors. Above The Law
The number of September LSAT takers was down again. Wall Street Journal
10 tips to maximize your experience at a law school fair. Ms. JD
If you’re only going to watch one movie about T-Rexes with laser beams on their heads this winter, I recommend this one. io9
We here at Most Strongly Supported hope that all of our readers awaiting a September LSAT score received good news this week. However, sometimes – for whatever reason – a score might fall short of your hopes and expectations. If you are in that unfortunate position, you may be trying to decide what your next steps should be.
This post is for you, my friend.
If your LSAT score wasn’t what you hoped, you may be considering whether to retake the test in December. Here are some factors to keep in mind as you make that decision:
1. When are you applying?
Let’s get one potential objection to retaking out of the way: the December LSAT will still allow you to apply during this admissions cycle.
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Oct 23, 2014 - 6:20 pm - By Laura Santoski
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While the average law school debt continues to rise, 49 schools reported a drop amongst their graduates. National Jurist
4 obstacles to success on multiple choice exams. One thing they don’t address: the barely audible scratching of dozens of #2 pencils. I’m going crazy just thinking about it. Law School Success
Ask a professor: what happens if you fail the bar exam? Above the Law
President Obama’s judicial legacy may be the diversity of his appointments. The New Yorker
The least popular baby names, according to early American records. But keep in mind, we’re one Beyonce/Jay-Z baby away from Spurgeon or Hildred coming back in style. Mental Floss
You took the LSAT once. Now you need to take it again. It goes without saying that you’d like to do better this time. What about all that material you used the first time? Here’s how you can make the most of your old prep material, and plan your attack for the next test.
Your first step should be to make a quick inventory of the LSAT PrepTests you haven’t touched any of the questions from. Set aside a bunch of these, preferably the more recent ones, to use as timed practice tests. Since you haven’t seen these questions, they’ll be the best indication of where you’re really scoring. Then make a schedule and spread these tests out out between now and test day.
That leaves all the LSAT questions you’ve done already. You might think that you’ve spoiled these questions by doing them; that they’re devoid of the worth they once had. You’d be wrong.
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Oct 22, 2014 - 6:42 pm - By Aaron Cohn
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The best law schools for making money. Cash money milionaires, y’all. Above The Law
But wait! A high post-law school salary still might not make you rich. I retract the previous link. Bloomberg
LSAT and GPA medians for the class of 2017. Check out the competition. LawSchooli
The Koch Brothers did something… not evil? Good for the poor? Huh? Wall Street Journal
Is President Obama smooth enough to steal this guy’s girlfriend? Probably. DailyDot