I'm trying to decide between Nova in Florida or NESL in Boston. Anyone know which school is a better option? They are both ranked about the same but I would much rather go to school in Florida than Boston.
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I'm taking the Feb. LSAT and will be using LSAC's SuperPrep as a tool. I already took Testmasters and did the supplemental material. I started with timed preptest 7 days ago (5 days on/1 day off). I am scoring in my target range but still make some careless errors reading logical reasoning stimuli and still struggle with reading comp. What would be the most effective way to use SuperPrep. I was thinking of taking one test untimed and reviewing it completely. Then take 5 more preptests timed and then taking another test from SuperPrep and it reviewing it etc.
Would this be the most effective way? Any comments would be appreciated.
Has anyone used the Official SuperPrep to supplement their studying? If so how did you work it into your study plan? Is it worth? I already took Testmasters but I'm looking to make sure that I score in the 160's this February.
I was recently a guest speaker for 2 community events. I was wondering if I should include both of these on my resume/applications. They pertain directly to the type of law I wish to practice, my prior academic work, as well as to my volunteer work. They were not academic presentations. So I am not sure if I should include them or not and if so where?
Can someone recommend a personal statement service? I have an incredible topic and need some guidance where to begin, what to cover, etc. I feel my ps will bring together my entire application if approached and written correctly. If anyone has any experience/comments on Anna Ivey, Deloggio, or someone else it will be greatly appreciated.