Blueprint LSAT Blog: Law School Admissions

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Introducing Law School Admissions Consulting from Blueprint LSAT

Blueprint LSAT is proud to announce the newest addition to its roster of pre-law resources and services: law school admissions consulting. Applying to law school has never been easier!  Is it hard to get accepted into law school? Getting accepted into law school is definitely not the easiest thing to do. In 2020, Yale Law School had

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Will Law Schools Lose Their ABA Accreditation?

ABA-accredited law schools faced a tumultuous time during the COVID pandemic but now some ABA law schools might be at risk of losing their accreditation. Find out why and how that affects your admissions plans.

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How to Prepare for Law School as a Junior

Hey Upperclassman! It's time to get your life together and prepare to apply to law school!

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Anna Ivey’s Take on Canceled LSAT Scores

Note: This article was updated on October 19, 2020 Have you heard of cancel culture? It essentially means when someone (or something) has become so irrelevant or problematic that it no longer becomes necessary to acknowledge their existence. And so, we “cancel” them. For example, Logan Paul? Canceled. Accepting less than what you deserve? Canceled.

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How law school got its groove back. Or didn’t.

Did you hear that applications to Hofstra University’s law school have nearly doubled in a year? No? Well, it’s true. Of course, it’s fallacious to assume that one law school on Long Island is representative of what’s happening in general — I’d argue it’s generally a bad idea to extrapolate from Long Island to the

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From The Vaults: Should You Write a Diversity Statement for Law School?

This post originally appeared on Most Strongly Supported in 2015. Everyone knows you need to write a personal statement when applying to law school, but did you know you might need to write a diversity statement too? Before I share tips on how to write one, let’s first talk about the purpose of the diversity

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Personal Statement Myths, Debunked

There are some prevalent myths about what a winning personal statement must look like. Aspiring law school students often do themselves a disservice by adhering to these myths. It’s not just that buying into them is not helpful; buying into them may turn an otherwise solid effort into something that makes admissions committee members groan

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LSAC picks up its marbles and storms off.

As the number of LSAT takers has been going down, some law schools have gotten creative. The move? Just admit applicants who’ve never taken the LSAT. Brilliant. LSAC, is not a fan. To prove that this is a very bad idea, LSAC is flexing its muscle. You see, law schools have to report their LSAT

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