For those of you who took the LSAT today, congratulations! Here are a few things you may want to consider, regardless of how well you feel you did: Continue reading
Those were the kind words recently received from former SIU student Robert M. Robert recently passed the California State Bar on his first try, after coming out of law school entirely debt-free. Here is Robert’s story, told in his own words: Continue reading
The number of LSAT-takers sitting for the most recent LSAT – June 2017 – increased a whopping 20% compared to June 2016, one year ago. That is a stunning increase, and the largest percentage increase for any test administration in over 15 years. Continue reading
A warm thank-you to Cris H. for his recent 5-star Yelp review of ScoreItUp LSAT Prep! You can see Yelp reviews about ScoreItUp here.
If you took the June 2017 LSAT, you should have received your LSAT score this week. As always, some people are pleased, some are disappointed, and some have mixed emotions. Here are my suggestions for all of you: Continue reading
For 22 years, Orange County has been paying back a massive debt caused by the County’s shocking declaration of bankruptcy in 1994. Today marked the final debt repayment. To see an article on the subject, please take a look here. For some important lessons to be learned, please see below. Continue reading
Are you planning on going to law school? In addition to the LSAT and your gpa, writing an effective personal statement can impact your chances significantly. ScoreItUp now has a brand NEW video providing expert guidance on personal statements. Continue reading
They are controversial, but law students, pre-law students, and law schools are often curious about the annual ranking of law schools by U.S. News and World Reports. As a general rule, there tends to be little movement in the top 20 law schools, but others can sometimes vary significantly. Take a look at the 2017 rankings here!
The LSAT score of ScoreItUp student Candace C. increased a stunning 24 points! That score increase compares (1) her initial score on a real LSAT in a timed classroom setting (before her ScoreItUp training) to (2) her official LSAT score (after her ScoreItUp training). Continue reading
Scoring in the top 1% on the LSAT is not easy, especially when one considers how challenging the competition is: i.e., one is competing against college students and college graduates planning on going to law school. Continue reading