Application season is underway, so I want to let you know I offer a range of application/admission services. You can book a session to chat generally about your applications, about choosing a school, or anything else. I offer review of resumes, personal statements, supplemental statements, and school-specific statements; and I offer bundling and prepayment discounts. You get 10% off your bill, when you bundle 2 services (e.g. resume review and personal-statement review); 15% off when you bundle 3. If you prepay, you get another 10% off. My turnaround is usually pretty quick, so you shouldn't have to wait long for me to give you my edits. So, if you'd like any help with your applications, don't hesitate to contact me.
After you take an LSAT diagnostic, it's extremely helpful to take stock of the questions you missed, to break down the misses into question categories & question types. Doing so reveals which question categories/types, if any, were particularly problematic for you, and helps you prioritize your prep, moving forward. The same is true for subsequent practice tests and for any actual LSAT score, if you intend to take the test again. If you don't have the time or energy to do this yourself, let me know. I conduct such inventories for the price of $25 per LSAT (whether diagnostic LSAT, subsequent practice LSAT, or actual LSAT).
I want to make sure folks know that I offer LSAT tutoring not just for first-time takers but also for re-takers. If you have taken the LSAT once or even more than once and want to take it again, I'd love to help you try to improve your score. For the February 2018 LSAT, I tutored four new clients who came to me after having taken the December 2017 LSAT. We had a small window of time to prep for the February test, but each student improved his/her score. The average score increase was 6.75 points, and the max increase was 11 points. I love working with students who are trying to improve on their scores. In particular, I really enjoying finding and working on specific parts of that LSAT that are problem areas for students. If you're in the market for prep, as you gear up to take the LSAT again, I'd love the opportunity to try to help you.
Law-school admissions season has begun! If you're in the market for application advising and/or admissions counseling, I'd love to hear from you. I am sure many of you have plenty of questions, and I'd welcome the chance to try to answer all of them. Here are some of the questions I can address with you:
Due to a schedule conflict, I am not able to speak at an upcoming meeting of a prelaw student organization. The group's president was kind enough to offer to share with her group a video, outlining my services, so I made a short video and thought I'd post it here, to give people a quick way to get an idea of what PreLawCoach offers. Everything in the video can be found on this site, but the video is a pretty efficient way of getting all of the main points.
I've updated my 2014 book Law in the United States: An Introduction, and it is now available for purchase. Print ($81) and electronic ($40.50) editions are available. I wrote the book for anyone who is interested in a basic understanding of the U.S. legal system and of some areas of law. My hope is that the book is useful to law students, pre-law students, and others, including lay readers. I tried to write as clearly and plainly as possible, so that no prior knowledge of the topics would be required, in order for the book to be worthwhile. If you purchase a copy, I really hope you enjoy it.
Here is the link to the order page: https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/law-united-states-introduction