TheatreofDreams1 wrote:I can't speak to a comparison of both services as I only used Anna Ivey, but can safely say their service helped me get into a T-13. I was below median on the LSAT, a 3rd time test taker, had a median GPA, and no unusual softs.
PM me if you want more details, but I would recommend Ivey Consulting. A few thousand dollars could mean a lot, when it comes to scholarships and getting into a better school.
Okay but how far below the median were you on the LSAT?(and keep in mind that their median might have dropped a point or two with the new class) If you were right around the median on both LSAT and GPA, you're not talking about a long shot to get in. Not to say that you made the wrong decision. They might have given you the extra boost needed but you might also be a rareish case.
Fair enough. I was not too far off the median for LSAT. Maybe a 1-2 points. GPA was right on. But I was a third time test taker FWIW.
I think their services definitely helped, and in retrospect I am happy that I spent the money. But had I not gotten in, I might have a slightly different view of this.
But IMO, the essay help was only $999, and I don't think that's too much of an investment to make, given that law school scholarships/rankings could mean a large difference down the road.