Shawn P. O'Connor
Articles by Shawn P. O'Connor
Review your last five practice tests and focus on the weak areas they reveal.
Taking a year off – or more – before applying to law school won’t reflect badly on your application.
Reapplying shows law school admissions committees you are serious about wanting to attend their school.
Find out how cumulative GPAs and early applications factor into law school admissions decisions.
Do not become overwhelmed if your LSAT score drops from your first test.
Taking the February LSAT gives students more time to prepare, but not enough to retake the exam.
Practice giving specific, straightforward and natural answers in your law school interviews.
Know if adding a diversity statement to law school applications and applying early are appropriate.
Prospective law students may want to add an addendum to their applications to address a low LSAT score.
October is the time to finalize LSAT prep, review application essays and polish your resume.