Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Take II: Reapplying to Law School

If things didn't go your way for Fall 2008 admission and you are retaking the LSAT to apply for Fall 2009 admission (or Winter 2009 admission), here is a post of things to consider as you approach the June 2008 or October 2008 LSAT. (Please forgive the plug at the end - this was one of the first lawschoolexpert blog entries).

And here is a link to a previous post for general LSAT advice. The blogs that linked to this post last July still have worthy advice on the topic.


  1. Hi Ann--
    My cycle is finally over and I so am happy with the school I got into.
    I'm just writing to say thank you for your blog!! Please keep writing! Although I wasn't one of your clients, your thoughts and advice really helped me a lot not just in practicality (what to do when...?) but in terms of keeping me grounded. With a lot of the law school forums or blogs there's so much guessing, drama and exaggeration. My boyfriend, who's a 3L, forbid me to read them any more because of how panicked and OCD they made me... but yours was the one blog he said it was ok to keep on my bookmarks because you were positive, truthful, and grounded. I would feel BETTER after reading your blog, versus how I was with everything else. Even if I wasn't a client I feel fortunate in having received your guidance in a way. Thank you so much and I wish you the best.

  2. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
    This comment made my whole day and I'm printing it out and posting it above my desk to remind myself to blog more often.
    I really appreciate your positive feedback, especially when there is so much negativity on the web.
    I wish you the very best of luck in law school. Congratulations!

  3. helphelp!!
    lsat is coming soon . how can i reduce the time I take for the logic games section??? am i the only one taking more than 35 minutes to finish it??? ahhhhh

  4. Hi. Timing is definitely what makes the LSAT such a challenge! I'm not an LSAT tutor, but I recommend you check out the Integrated Learning LSAT blog for help. Good luck!