Episode 41: Ann Levine, Law School Expert, Shares Tips for Law School Admission

Ann Levine, Law School Expert, shares advice and answers questions about law school admission.


What do law school admissions committees do with LSAT score bands?


How does the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) compute your GPA when you retake a college course and then receive a higher grade?


How does LSAC handle transcripts when you’re involved in a dual degree program?


What are the first things you should do to prepare for law school?


Brittany asks if you can submit a letter of recommendation from a high school teacher.


When you’re asked to supply bullet points for your own letter of recommendation, what information should you give your recommender?


How do you decide on a personal statement topic when you have several life experiences to share?


Kirk has a bachelor’s of music degree in trombone performance. He asks how law school admissions committees will view his degree in music, and should he ask for letters of recommendation from his music professors? He also asks about study abroad programs in law school.


Should you submit your law school application now or wait until after taking the October LSAT?


Be sure to check out Ann’s new Law School Expert scholarship program.


After our conversation with Ann, we tackle Logical Reasoning questions 7 and 8 (Section 2) from the June 2007 LSAT.


Don’t forget to try out the LSAT tracker. This lets you track your progress and discover what you need to work on.


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