Blueprint LSAT Blog: Law School Advice

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How to Prep for a Law School Interview

The law school interview is unique from most other typical interviews. Because it is not a job interview, your approach is somewhat different. Instead, the law school interview is primarily designed to investigate prospective student potential, interest in the law school, and potential fit within the law school. As you prepare for your interviews, be

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5 Reasons to Strive for a 170+ LSAT Score

Applying and getting accepted to law school is a numbers game. There are a lot of different numbers that figure into the law school equation and the decisions you’ll make in the application process: your undergraduate GPA, your LSAT score, where your score falls on the median for your prospective schools, the tuition costs vs.

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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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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 Iowa

Attend law school with rolling plains and cornfields in the background. Iowa is located in the heart of the corn belt and is home to two highly ranked law schools by US News and World Report. For historical context, Iowa supported the Union during the Civil War and voted heavily for Abraham Lincoln, so there

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Top Law Schools in Indiana

Indiana is the 38th largest state by area and the 17th most populous. Its capital and largest city is Indianapolis and even though you might equate the Midwest with common sense, Indiana happens to be home to some antiquated laws, like the one that stipulates a person may not enter a movie house, theater or

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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 Hawaii

Aloha! If surfing while studying is more your style, consider this top Law School in Hawaii. Sun, sea and a law degree is all the mahalo you’ll need to ride out that student life in one of the most gorgeous surroundings on planet Earth. Keep reading to find out what it takes to complete your

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