Ep. 51: Money, Internships, Volunteering and Letters of Rec: Do They Help Get You Into Law School?
Curtis is 33 years old, has an associate’s degree and wants to be an attorney. He is enrolled in a bachelor’s program and received a 146 on the June LSAT. He is worried about competing against younger law school applicants. Curtis asks about letters of recommendation, and the importance of internships and volunteer work when applying to law school. (3:25)
Diane asks about financial resources and how big of a difference money makes on the LSAT and applying to law school. (17:25)
We tackle Logical Reasoning questions 14 and 15 (Section 2) from the June 2007 LSAT. (24:40 – question 14; 41:52 – question 15)
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