Law School Admissions Adviser 1999: Selection, Admissions, Financial Aid
Kaplan Educational Centers and Simon & Schuster, Jul 1, 1998 - Study Aids - 304 pages
Law school admissions are highly competitive, with acceptance at only 20 percent of those who apply. Nine out of ten Kaplan LSAT course students are accepted. This substantially revised guide features expanded sections on the topics about which Kaplan's LSAT students say they need more expert advice.
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Is Law School Really for You?
SELECTING A SCHOOL
Evaluating Law Schools
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