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Law school was the first step for many of America’s greatest individuals. In fact, many of the Presidents of this great nation graduated from law school. However, there are a few tasks you must accomplish before you can even apply to a law school. How well you perform these tasks will help determine whether or not you will be accepted to law school.

The first thing you need to do is complete a bachelor’s degree. Although there are not stated requirements on what type of degree you need to have, there are some unspoken guidelines. Law schools will take into consideration what type of degree you hold and what your grades were like. It is a good idea to discuss your law school aspirations to your advisor while obtaining your bachelor’s degree. They can insure that the type of degree and courses you complete complement a law degree.

In addition to a bachelor’s degree, you may be required to obtain letters of recommendation. These letters should be written by qualified individuals who have enough experience with you to give an accurate portrait of your skills and qualifications. In addition, you may need to write an entrance essay. This should also reinforce the skills and qualifications you have as well as adding a individual touch with your personal goals and aspirations.

Many law schools now require that their potential students register with the Law School Data Assembly or LSDA. This is an organization that prepares a certain report on each registered law school applicant and maintains their information for use by law schools across the country.

Another important step in preparing for law school is the LSAT. The LSAT is the Law School Admissions Test. This is a standardized test that is about half-a-day long. It is very important to score well on your LSAT as it could be something that keeps you out of law school. However, you college may help you prepare for the LSATs or you can find many tools and books available to help you out.

Whether you choose to become a Corporate Lawyer and deal with the legal issues of big business, or a Banking Lawyer and become an expert on financial matters, the law School you choose will be pivotal to your career growth.

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