I don't know much about it myself, but a friend of mine just recently graduated from Widener Law School. She's in Miami now, and is employed. It seems like a pretty underappreciated school, but maybe that's just me.
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I was wondering, what's the consensus on Widener. I have no clue which schools are good. How do I get a list of school rankings? And how do you know which schools are in which tier? And one more thing, do the tier divisions really mean anything? In other words, is there a major difference between a good tier 2 and a bad tier 1? Thanks.
Thanks for the comments. Just to clarify, I'm not planning on taking the LSAT anytime soon, I just decided to take a practice one and I was wondering if it was considered an okay score or not. Once again, thanks.
« on: October 23, 2005, 01:03:30 AM »
From what I've read, all law schools are pretty much the same, as far as what they teach. It's all about the name brand. What you need is an easy school to get into. Widener comes to mind but I think it's average LSAT is 151.
Here's the situation:
I'm a seventeen year old high school senior. I've just started looking into going to law school after college graduation. When I found out that you after to take the LSAT, I took a practice one. It was the Oct. 1996 one if that matters. Anyway, according to the conversion chart in the back, I got a 161 (77 correct, 24 wrong).
I was wondering if this was a good or bad score and how much I can expect it to improve when I take it for real in four years when I actually know what it is and how to answer to questions.
My best section, by the way, was the one with the puzzles. I got on question wrong.
Thanks for the help.