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The Splitter Struggle: What to Do If Your LSAT Score Is Great, But Your GPA Is Meh

Picture this: A bright, promising student works tirelessly on mastering the ins and outs of a challenging-albeit-important-exam to reach their goal of becoming a lawyer. After months of hard work, our hero is ready for the big law school admission test. Their strategies are dialed. Their focus is razor sharp. They are ready! Several weeks

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Should I Take the LSAT or the GRE for Law School?

That’s a good question. As of 2016, some law schools are now accepting the GRE or the LSAT from prospective law students.  Since either exam could be a good choice, let’s look at the pros and cons of each test in terms of law school admissions.  The LSAT is the “standard” law school admissions test.

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What Does My LSAT Score Mean: 165 – 172

Today we at Most Strongly Supported are starting something special: a new series of blog posts. Please, hold your applause, we’re sure you’re just as excited as we are. In this series, we’re going to take a closer look into what different LSAT scores mean for you – the types of law schools (and law

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Top Law Schools in Kansas

There’s more to Kansas than wheat, oil and that cyclone scene from “The Wizard of Oz.” Named after an American Indian tribe that lived in the region 12,000 years ago, Kansas is known as the “Air Capital of the World” because of its contribution to the aircraft industry. This Midwestern state, bordered by Nebraska, Missouri,

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Top Law Schools in Idaho

The best potato salad and law school—welcome to college in Idaho. This northwestern U.S. state is as green as Ireland with a mountainous landscape, swaths of wilderness and the most fertile land for harvesting potatoes. Forget ramen while studying! Replace with various forms of potato—salad, fries, baked, insert your preference—because Idaho has a reputation for

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Top Law Schools in Delaware

Delaware is a small Mid-Atlantic U.S. state with a population of less than one million. The capital, Dover, is the site of the First State Heritage Park, which encompasses 18th-century Colonial landmarks like the Georgian-style Old State House. There is one prominent law school in Delaware that made the list of Top Law Schools in

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Top Law Schools in Washington, D.C.

History, politics, law and the Lincoln Memorial—overlooking the city and serving as a grandiose physical reminder of justice—you will find it here in the District of Columbia, otherwise known as D.C. D.C. is a district as opposed to a state and it is the playing field of the country’s leading politicians and lawmakers. The U.S.

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Top Law Schools in Connecticut

Connecticut is the southernmost state in New England with quaint coastal cities and small rural towns, yet there is nothing quaint about the wealth or  status of its residents. Connecticut, which is bordered by Rhode Island to the east, Massachusetts to the north, New York to the west and the Long Island Sound to the

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