Tag: law school

9 Important Personal Statement Tips for Law School Applicants

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Director of Admissions, New England Law | Boston

Here are some tips from a Director of Admissions on how to write the absolute best personal statement for law school! read more

What Do Law Schools Look for in Your Application?

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Director of Admissions, New England Law | Boston

Who doesn't want to look great when they're applying to law school? Check out these tips from an admission director to elevate your application! read more

The Ultimate Guide to Undergrad vs. Law School: All the Differences You Need to Know

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New England Law | Boston

Considering law school? Here's an in-depth look at the key differences between life as a law student vs. an undergraduate. read more

Where to Go and What to Do Between Campus Visits in Downtown Boston

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Web Content Manager, New England Law | Boston

Hoping to go to college in Boston? Don't forget to check out the city while you're on a campus visit! Here are a few can't-miss locations for in between tours. read more

Planning Your Law School Living Expenses: 1L Year

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Assistant Director of Financial Aid, New England Law | Boston

Before you have a financial-aid panic attack going into your first year of law school, take a look at these tips from a law school financial aid insider. read more

Understanding Law School Ranking Systems

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Writer, Senior Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

Wondering how all those law school rankings are compiled? Now sure how important they are? We've got the answers you've been looking for. read more

5 Ways to Prepare for Law School in Undergrad

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Thinking about law school? Read on for a few tips to help you prepare while you're in undergrad. read more

Standardized Test Requirements for Graduate Programs

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Former Attorney; Graduate Student; Writer and Tutor, Grockit.com

For grad school admission tests, the first and absolutely most important rule is to confirm the test requirements with the graduate program to which you're applying. They are the final decision-makers when it comes to which tests you will need to take and when you will need to take them, so always plan your standardized testing around their guidelines. However, if you're looking for just a general breakdown about standardized tests for grad school admission, the following may be helpful. read more