The LSAT & Law School Admissions


Plain and simple, the LSAT is the single most important factor in law school admissions – more important than your resume, GPA and letters of recommendation. If you suspect we are biased, as we are after all an LSAT tutoring company, we implore you to check out http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com, and study various law schools’ admission charts to examine our claim.

Each year there are applicants who believe they will be the exception to the rule – that through their resume and personal statement they will obtain admission to a top law school with a weak LSAT score. While these “soft” factors are important, the fact is that they pale in comparison to a strong LSAT, and virtually all of these applicants will be disappointed.



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