Accepted.com Publishes New Online Resource Pages for Law School Applicants
Accepted.com's new 101 resource kits help busy law school applicants find all the admissions advice they need in a single, one-stop-shop location, helping them reach their admissions goals in a highly efficient manner.
LOS ANGELES, California, October 21, 2011 – Applying to law school can be an unwieldy and confusing endeavor. There are so many admissions websites out there, and so much material to sift through – it can be dizzying to uncover reliable resources with professional, trusted, and helpful tips.
Accepted.com's new resource kits, also known as Law School Admissions 101 pages, are designed to maximize admissions tip-seekers' research, while minimizing their time spent scouring the Web. To use the pages, applicants click on a topic from the 101 index page, and are then presented with a collection of relevant resources on that particular topic.
Each page in the Law School Admissions 101 series contains professionally-written resources filled with tips covering every aspect of the law school admissions process. The webinars, ecourses, blog posts, and special reports included in the resource kits are written by Accepted.com consultants and editors – a staff that banks more than 40 years of collective admissions experience.
Linda Abraham, Founder and CEO of Accepted.com, describes the pages as "a law school admissions research experience." She continues to explain that "the pages will help law school applicants achieve admissions success at top law schools in a non-harried, stress-free, and highly organized fashion."
Law School Admissions 101 pages help law school applicants navigate the admissions maze from start to finish. Topics include:
- Dealing with a Low LSAT Score
- Understanding Law School Rankings
- How to Write a Law School Personal Statement
- Overcoming Your Law School Application Weaknesses
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