Articles written for Stratus Prep:

When to Include an Addendum on Your Law School Application

 by Daniel Waldman, Stratus Admissions Counseling Originally published as an expert guest post on Manhattan Prep Typically, law school applicants focus their efforts on writing appealing personal statements and diversity statements—and rightfully so: those are the most important parts of the application. Many candidates, however, neglect the invaluable opportunity extended to them by law schools… View Article

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6 Ways to Nail Your Law School Admissions Interview

by Daniel Waldman, Stratus Admissions Counseling Originally published as an expert guest post on Manhattan Prep You’ve just scored a law school admissions interview with that one law school that sits on top of your list! Congratulations! Now, how do you nail that interview? Here are six tips: 1. Be Prepared What you’re facing is… View Article

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How Law Schools Evaluate Multiple LSAT Scores

This was originally published as an expert guest post on the Manhattan Prep Blog You’ve just received your LSAT scores. Perhaps you’re happy with your results after having taken the test multiple times, or you are not thrilled with your initial score and are considering a retake. How law schools assess multiple LSAT scores varies…. View Article

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5 Tips to Nail Your Law School Application Timing

This was originally published as an expert guest post on the Manhattan Prep Blog Here are some actions to consider when deciding on your law school application timing. 1. Consider an Early Decision Application Many law schools begin accepting applications as early as September 1. Submitting your application early signals that you are enthusiastic about… View Article

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LSAT or GRE? 4 Considerations for Law School Applicants

This was originally published as an expert guest post on the Manhattan Prep Blog GPAs, GREs, LSATs, oh my! There is now a new factor adding to the complexity of all the moving parts of law school applications—the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE), traditionally used by many graduate programs outside of law school. In March, Harvard Law School announced… View Article

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7 Tips to Nail the LSAT

So, you’ve decided to take the LSAT, probably the most intimidating test you’ve taken to date. Don’t stress yourself out too much though. While the LSAT is still important, law school are giving less weight to your LSAT score (when compared to your other achievements) than ever before. Below are a few tips and tricks… View Article

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