Santa Barbara, CA (PressExposure) June 03, 2009 -- The next LSAT administration date is June 8, 2009, and with a reported 11.5% increase in the number of LSATs taken in February, law school admission experts are predicting a surge of applicants in the Fall.
According to law school admission consultant [http://www.lawschoolexpertbook.com/ann_levine.html] Ann Levine, due to the economic downturn and lack of job prospects for recent college graduates, 2010 promises to be one of the most competitive years for law school admission in recent history.
Levine, author of The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert. recently teamed up with four prominent LSAT strategists to share âLast Minute Tips for LSAT Takers [http://www.lawschoolexpert.com/blog/2009/06/01/the-best-45-minutes-youll-spend-before-the-lsat/]â including: > How to know if youâre ready for the test. > How the Law School Admission Councilâs (LSAC) new policy about changing test dates impacts test takers and their decisions about whether to take the June LSAT or wait for the September LSAT date. > How to know whether to cancel an LSAT score after taking the test.
LSAT experts from across the country, including Josh Morrison of LogicProLSAT.com, Donald Viscardi of Inspirica.com, Bara Sapir of TestPrepNY.com, and Paul Siemons of AdvantageTesting.com, participated in the 45-minute program on BlogTalkRadio to offer concrete tips for preparing for the LSAT in the week before the exam.
âWhen deciding whether or not to take the June LSAT, remember that LSACâs new policy about changing test dates means that changing your test date after the May 17, 2009 deadline will count as a cancelled score and therefore as one of the three times you can take the test in two years,â Levine said. âIf itâs going to be a cancelled score anyway, law school applicants might as well take the exam and cancel it after to gain the experience of testing conditions for next time.â
For more concrete tips and LSAT test preparation strategies for law school applicants the week before the LSAT, listen to the program here: [http://tinyurl.com/JuneLSAT]
âWhether this is your first time taking the LSAT or you would like to increase your score, these tips for the week before the test apply to you,â Levine said. âAs law school admissions become even more competitive, the LSAT is the most important factor that is still within your control. You will need to take advantage of proven strategies that can help you be more competitive when applying to law school.â
About Ann Levine Known as âthe secret weapon of law school applicants nationwide,â Ann Levine is a prominent and a former director of admissions for two ABA law schools. Since founding Law School Expert in 2004, she has helped thousands of applicants nationwide achieve their admission goals. Her recently released law school admission guide provides timely and relevant advice to law school hopefuls, including guidance on the application process, selecting schools, crafting compelling personal statements, as well as dependable financial aid and LSAT advice.
For more information about The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert, please visit http://www.lawschoolexpertbook.com/