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I got an email recently about applying for a scholarship for one of those law preview courses. I've been out of school for a couple years, so I could kind of see the appeal in taking one of the prep courses.. they're basically 4-5 days of instruction as a general overview on what to expect in law school. I'm curious just how useful these actually are when it comes to grades - my gut is telling me that anything I do before starting law school won't make any difference when it comes time for finals.
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Not worth the money. Better to buy individual books on Amazon in order to quell pre-1L anxieties. But, if you get a full scholarship, then the travel & hotel costs may be justified as a "working vacation".