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A Basic LSAT Breakdown

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LSAT is an acronym for the Law School Admissions Test. All law students must take and pass this standardized test as a prerequisite to applying law school (although some schools are now accepting the GRE as an alternative). As with any graduate-level exam, preparation and practice are the key elements to your success. Before you start …

A Breakdown of Graduate School Exams

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Just like you had to take the SAT or ACT in order to apply to undergrad school, you will have to take a graduate school exam if you are planning on attending graduate school. Which test you take will depend on the program you are applying to. However, you will likely have to take at …

How to Make Your Final College Choice on a Deadline

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Most high school seniors only have until May 1st to choose their college for the upcoming academic year. If you haven’t decided yet, it’s easy to feel the pressure, especially as the deadline approaches. However, there are ways you can help yourself make that choice. Visit The Colleges Again You’ve probably visited the colleges you’re …

College Acceptance Deadline: When You Have to Choose

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As you start receiving acceptance letters from multiple colleges, you may feel like you need to make some quick decisions about which college to choose. While that is only natural, it may not be the best course of action to rush your decision. There’s actually a college acceptance deadline that most schools adhere to. The …

What Should NOT Influence Your Final College Choice

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While it is absolutely critical to know which factors to take into consideration when making your final college choice, it is just as important to know what factors should not influence your final college choice—at least, not solely or even having a big influence. Listed below are factors that shouldn’t influence your final college decisions: …

Why You Don’t Want to Rush Your Final College Choice

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The college search process is long and grueling, as is the college prep process, the college application process, and the college selection process. It can be very tempting to look at your acceptance letters and just pick and option already, so you can finally take a well-deserved break and stop stressing over it. However, a …