Will law schools continue to require the LSAT, and sometimes the GRE, as part of their admissions process? We walk you through where things stand now, what you can expect, and why law schools might be considering a test-optional policy similar to undergraduate programs.
Did you know that it’s been almost 20 years since Julie Raynor Gross founded Collegiate Gateway? Over the past two decades, so much has changed, both in the organization and in college admissions. To mark this milestone, here’s a peek at the inner workings of Collegiate Gateway via interviews with its staff members. First up: Julie Raynor Gross herself!
Meet Caroline Ferrucci, Associate College Counselor, at Collegiate Gateway. Caroline joined the company in January 2012 as a Research Assistant. Find out how her role has grown and changed at Collegiate Gateway, and the advice she has for college applicants.
Meet Maureen Meyer, Director of Client Relations, at Collegiate Gateway. Find out how Collegiate Gateway has changed over the years, and what motivated Maureen to join the company in 2014.
Read on for real-world advice about how to prepare for law school admissions and make the most of your law school experience.
There’s more to applying to law school than the “Top Fourteen” (T14). It is important to research each law school on your list to determine whether it will be a great fit for your future career goals.
If you’re considering a gap year before law school, you’re not alone. The majority of students at top law schools in the US have taken at least a year in the real world before enrolling. In fact, admissions officers encourage this, as they see the immense benefits their students receive ...
The LSAT has been an integral part of law school admissions since 1948 and is administered up to 150,000 times each year. As a result of the global pandemic of 2020, the LSAT has undergone substantial changes. All in-person LSAT administrations were cancelled during the spring of 2020, and will ...