The Ultimate Law School Admissions Book Bundle: Including LSAT Test Prep Advice and Specific Tips on Applying to Harvard, Yale, Northwestern, and Other Top Law Schools!

The Ultimate Law School Admissions Book Bundle: Including LSAT Test Prep Advice and Specific Tips on Applying to Harvard, Yale, Northwestern, and Other Top Law Schools!

by Hyperink Publishing
     
 

This is a discounted bundle featuring 6 of Hyperink's most popular books on law school admissions, including:

-The Best Book on Law School Admissions
-The Best Book on Yale Law School Admissions
-The Best Book on Harvard Law School Admissions
-The Best Book on Northwestern University Law School Admissions
-The Best Little Book on LSAT Prep
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Overview

This is a discounted bundle featuring 6 of Hyperink's most popular books on law school admissions, including:

-The Best Book on Law School Admissions
-The Best Book on Yale Law School Admissions
-The Best Book on Harvard Law School Admissions
-The Best Book on Northwestern University Law School Admissions
-The Best Little Book on LSAT Prep
-The Best Book on Getting Corporate Law Jobs

See below for some selected excerpts from the books. Buy them together and save 50% off the combined price!

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From The Best Book on Yale Law School Admissions:

Starting Early

This maxim, I confess, is a bit misleading. You have to do more than start early; having started early, you also have to work hard. But the early start is crucial, because it will allow you to predict setbacks and head off obstacles. There will be many.

Your essay will take longer—often to the tune of 5 or 10 times—than you think. Your LSAT score may not satisfy you the first time around. Your recommenders may be difficult to reach.

Additionally, many months into the application process, your order of preference among schools might change. For example, having discovered Yale Law School’s program on human rights, maybe Yale rises to the top of your list.

Or maybe you find out that a specific faculty member is moving from NYU to Columbia. Discoveries like these can reorient your primary goal—which means, in turn, that you might need to modify your written materials, reach out to different recommenders, and so on.

An early start is especially important for Yale Law School, because its admission process looks beyond raw numbers and vets applicants for personality. I will discuss this in greater depth later on. For now, let’s just say that Yale Law School admissions put a premium on idiosyncrasy.

Practically speaking, this means your written material will carry far more weight than it might in other law school applications. For that material to showcase your idiosyncratic qualities—or, I should say, your positive idiosyncratic qualities—time will be required to reflect and rewrite, many times over.

Practically speaking, what do I mean by “early”? Applications to Yale Law School are released October 1st, and they aren’t due until February 15th. But the cycle is rolling—meaning that you can submit your application any time during that window.

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From The Best Book on Harvard Law School Admissions:

Over the course of a month, the Hyperink team worked closely with six Harvard Law School students, compiling the most relevant and useful advice they had to offer. The following sections will guide you through the entire HLS admissions process, from excelling on the LSAT to ensuring the culture is right for you; in addition, we’ve included personal narratives throughout to give you an idea as to what constitutes the ideal candidate.

Our expert writers ― all current or former Harvard Law students ― have gone above and beyond the standard talking points and have invested much time and thought into crafting specific content. They each come from uniquely different backgrounds and experiences, and their input is both insightful and pragmatically structured for those seeking an extra edge in the application process.

Topics will be covered in the following order, with personal experiences and input throughout:
-Overview of the Application Process
-LSAT
-Personal Statement Essays
-Recommendations
-Interviews
-Recruiting
-Personal Stories: The Path to HLS
-School Life
-Other Top Tier Programs

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From The Best Little Book on LSAT Prep:

Prep Courses

Once you know when your test is, you can start to decide how you’re going to get ready for it. I highly recommend taking a prep course of some kind. These days, there are a lot of options when it comes to taking these classes. You will be paying good money for this, so it’s important that you pick the one that is best suited for your needs and habits.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014440561
Publisher:
Hyperink
Publication date:
05/15/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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