When applying to the Schulich School of Law, it is important to think of your online application and supporting documents as a complete package. You may complete the online application form prior to submitting your supporting documents. It is your responsibility to ensure that all materials relevant to your application are received by the Admissions Office by the required deadlines. You do not need to submit your LSAT score to us.
Personal Statements for Law School | DLA Editors & Proofers
Your LSAT score is an integral part of your law school application for most law schools. Scores are based on the number of questions answered correctly the raw score. There is no deduction for incorrect answers, nor are individual questions on the various test sections weighted differently. Raw scores are converted to an LSAT scale that ranges from to , with being the lowest and the highest possible score.
Last Updated: October 8, References. This article was co-authored by Clinton M. Sandvick, JD, PhD.
Your personal statement is perhaps your first opportunity in life to flex some of your latent lawyering skills. In writing your personal statement, you are both the lawyer advocate and the client subject matter. Your job is to advocate in the most effective way possible on behalf of your own law school candidacy. By the time you fill out your law school applications, you can no longer change some aspects of your case, like your grades or your LSAT.