The Trump Bump Continues?

By Mike Stetz (National Jurist). Is Trump the gift that keeps on giving when it comes to law school admissions? It sure seems that way.  According to a Kaplan Test Prep’s 2018 law school admissions officers survey, an overwhelming 87 percent report that the current political climate in the U.S. was a significant factor in this […]

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Maker Of GRE Thinks GRE Is A Valid Test For Law Schools

By Kathryn Rubino (Above the Law). Change is in the air, and it’s more than just the weather on this blustery Halloween day. If you’ve been paying attention to developments in legal education you’ve noticed the dramatic uptick in law schools — even incredibly prestigious ones — accepting the GRE in lieu of the LSAT […]

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How artificial intelligence is transforming learning

By Kevin Rands (CIO).  In an increasingly polarized country, we all share one thing in common: everyone has taken a standardized test. Whether it was the SAT, ACT, GMAT, LSAT, or some other exam, we have all sat at a desk and fretted about the impact our performance might have on our future. Well, today’s […]

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Harvard Law School Accepting the GRE Could Lead to Sweeping Changes

(NBC News) By Safia Samee Ali Harvard Law School’s verdict this week to open its admissions process could set off a national trend. After announcing Wednesday that they will accept the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) as well as the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), the Ivy league school could be setting a different kind of […]

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8 Lessons For June LSAT Test Takers

(Above the Law)  As we head into March, it’s time to really focus on the June LSAT. Here are 8 things to keep in mind if you plan to take the LSAT in June: You should be applying to start law school in fall 2017, rather than fall 2016. Although some schools keep their deadlines […]

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