LSAT Info Night

by on February 19, 2018
LSAT INFO NIGHT
RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY
NEW LOCATION: TRIBBLE A301
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22ND AT 7:30PM 
Please join Anna Stubblefield (BS, Brown University; MFA, New York University; JD, Wake Forest) for a free, seminar-style talk geared towards all levels of students: Those who have yet to take the LSAT, those who’ve taken it before but are wondering whether to retake the exam in the future, and those who are simply interested in learning about the practice of litigation vs. transactional law itself and all the ways a J.D. can be useful.
This low-pressure Info Night is designed to help students gain insight into the test itself, the admissions process, and to better understand how the LSAT relates to law, business, healthcare, financial planning and the arts from a practitioner’s standpoint.

The general topics and common questions she’ll address include:

– Structure and Scoring of the LSAT

– NEW Dates for taking the LSAT

– Should I even take the LSAT?

– How much time do I need to study?

– How do I balance my time between homework, class, extracurricular activities, work schedule and LSAT tutoring?

– What is a “good” LSAT score? What is a “good” law school?

– What matters more: LSAT score or GPA?

– Do I take the LSAT again?

– Once my LSAT is done, where and when should I apply to law school? Are there any benefits to choosing an in-state verses an out-of-state school?

– Are ALL lawyers litigators?

– What if I’m not sure law school’s right for me? What else can I do with a JD besides practice law?

After Anna covers these basic essentials, she’ll then take questions from attendees. While Kaplan and Princeton Review offer somewhat similar presentations, this LSAT Info Night is personally tailored for Wake Forest students who may have unanswered questions and need additional help in deciding whether private LSAT tutoring is right for them.
RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY
NEW LOCATION: TRIBBLE A301
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22ND AT 7:30PM 

 

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