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Student to Faculty Ratio PDF Print E-mail
Written by Norton Gappy   

Legalnut has compiled the top 50 law schools that have the best student to faculty ratios.

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Resources for Minority Law School Applicants PDF Print E-mail
Written by Norton Gappy   

Minority law school applicants have access to a wide range of resources to assist them in all phases of obtaining a legal education and developing a successful career in the practice of law. 

According to LSAC statistics, minorities are underrepresented in law school and the legal community, with “[n]o single minority group accounts for more than four percent of the lawyers in the United States.”  

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LSAT scores and the numbers game PDF Print E-mail
Written by R. Branch, Esq.   

Resources for the Law School Applicant

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Application essay editing - professional services

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You Received Your LSAT Results. Now What?

You signed up for an LSAT prep course, paid the tuition, studied hard, took the LSAT, and received your LSAT score.  Is your score good enough to get into the law school of your choice?  What law schools do you have a solid chance of gaining admission?  To see how competitive you are at different law schools, check out Legalnut’s law school search tool.

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What is LSDAS? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Norton Gappy, Esq.   

The Law School Data Assembly Service (LSDAS) assembles data from law school candidates looking to apply to law school.  The LSDAS consolidates information from many sources and includes school transcripts and LSAT scores.  It serves as a clearinghouse for the information of law school candidates. 

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Personal Statements for Law School Application PDF Print E-mail
Written by Steven Nofar, Esq.   

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LSAT test prep  

When you apply to law school you need to submit your college transcripts, an admissions application accompanied with your personal statement, resume, and your LSAT score.  Laws schools interview prospective students through a student’s personal statement.  This is your opportunity to showcase your special attributes, which are not represented in your GPA or LSAT score.  Therefore, it’s important that you make a great impression with the admissions faculty through your personal statement. 

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