Imagine pouring hours into researching your target law school, holding onto dreams for months or years, submitting your application--and getting rejected :-( How can you avoid the worst outcome for your law dreams?
On Wednesday May 27th, 2020, Aigné S. Goldsby, Esq. Founder & Principal of Black Esquire LLC. revealed the Top 10 Mistakes students make when applying to law school.
I want to quickly share with you how an investment in my LSAT tutoring can save you $1,000s, even hundreds of thousands, in the long run.
Law School is an expensive education.
I don't want you to end up like John Acosta, a man who graduated in the top-third of his class at Valparaiso Law School, but was then saddled with $200,000+ in student loan debt that he has no chance of paying off. (Valparaiso Law School is now shutting down.)
He didn't attend the highest-ranked law school he could, and it cost him a LOT of money.
Aiming for a Top 25 ranked law school increases your chance of receiving a quality education, being prepared to pass the bar, and gaining employment that allows you to pay off your debts.
How do you get into a Top 25 law school?
And guess what -- Law Schools Shell...
I think it's safe to say that finding the best LSAT prep resources can be overwhelming. There are so many books and test prep companies out there publishing study material, and that doesn't even include the many preptests available to take.
Here's why you don't have to worry about wasting time on research:
You can increase your practice test scores in just a few hours of reading by using the lessons and tactics from the best books available.
By the end of this post, you'll know all about the best LSAT prep books to help you at each stage of your test prep journey, and how to get the most out of them!
There's no better source than the LSAC itself! This official guide book tells you what to expect on the test, including: