The days of the paper and pencil LSAT are finally gone. Digital LSATs became the new reality in September 2019. What is the best way to prepare for the new test?
Join Christine Carr, Accepted law school admissions consultant and former Associate Director of Admission at Boston University School of Law, and Steve Schwartz, founder of LSAT Unplugged for a free webinar on Wednesday, November 6 at 8:30pm ET, covering how to prepare for the Digital LSAT this fall, 2019 LSAT changes, and what you need to know for this law school admission cycle.
The presentation will be followed by a general Q&A on anything LSAT/law school admissions-related.
Can’t make the session? Be sure to RSVP anyway to receive a recording of the webinar afterwards.
About Steve Schwartz:
Steve is a full-time author, teacher, and founder of the LSAT Blog and LSAT Unplugged podcast and YouTube channel, with an audience of over 100,00 on LSAT and law school admissions. He has 10+ years of experience as an LSAT instructor.
About Christine Carr:
Christine is a law school admissions consultant at Accepted and the former associate director of admissions at Boston University School of Law. In nine years at BU Law, she read over 10,000 personal statements, counseled thousands of prospective applicants through the application process, and managed the operations of a highly selective law school.
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