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LSAT/Application Resources

Reddit/Online Forums:

https://www.reddit.com/r/lawschooladmissions/

 

An online message board for prospective law students. Generally used to post admissions results/updates, and to source advice or information. Look out for Q&As offered by law school admissions offices, or by consulting firms. They may provide helpful tips.

https://www.reddit.com/r/LawSchool/

 

An online message board for current law students and lawyers. Browse this subreddit for information on the realities of law school. Each week, they dedicate a day for questions from incoming law students, which can be especially helpful.

https://www.top-law-schools.com/

 

Top Law Schools (TLS) is an online message board governing all things law school (admissions and beyond). A bit outdated, and a less familiar interface than Reddit, but still contains helpful tidbits of information.

LSAT (Free & paid options available, study plans, practice problems, etc). :

https://lsat.magoosh.com/?_ga=2.255708488.1148093997.1624474496-1386400562.1624474496

 

Magoosh is an online test prep resource offering both paid and free options for LSAT takers.

https://7sage.com/

 

7sage is an online test prep resource offering both paid and free options for LSAT takers.

https://www.khanacademy.org/prep/lsat

Tuition/Cost of Living Estimates AND Jobs Outcomes:

https://www.lawschooltransparency.com/

 

Law School Transparency offers helpful information regarding cost of attendance and employment outcomes. Go to LST Reports, and compare by school! Information is up-to-date regarding most recent job outcomes, costs of attendance, etc.

Additional Info (509 Reports):

http://www.abarequireddisclosures.org/Disclosure509.aspx

American Bar Association (ABA) reports offer helpful information regarding class sizes, GPA/LSAT statistics for each school (including avg. accepted stats for transfer students) attrition, and diversity.

Admissions/Scholarship Outcomes:

https://mylsn.info/

http://lawschoolnumbers.com/

MYLSN and Law School Numbers (LSN) provide data on admissions outcomes, uploaded voluntarily by law school applicants. They should serve as general guideposts for applicants to get a sense of their chances at admission/waitlist/rejection, and of potential scholarship offers. 

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