Admitted Students Day - Tips for Making the Most of It

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LawPreview
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Admitted Students Day - Tips for Making the Most of It

Postby LawPreview » Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:10 am

So, you’ve been notified of your acceptance into law school. Congratulations! Next on your list (aside from figuring out how to pay for it), is attending your school’s Admitted Students Day. Here’s some solid advice to make your campus visit a truly worthwhile experience.

Read the full article here: http://lawpreview.com/admitted-students-day-tips

lawcapture
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Re: Admitted Students Day - Tips for Making the Most of It

Postby lawcapture » Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:12 am

LawPreview wrote:So, you’ve been notified of your acceptance into law school. Congratulations! Next on your list (aside from figuring out how to pay for it), is attending your school’s Admitted Students Day. Here’s some solid advice to make your campus visit a truly worthwhile experience.

Read the full article here: http://lawpreview.com/admitted-students-day-tips


If we couldn't make an admitted students day are there other things we can do instead?

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Re: Admitted Students Day - Tips for Making the Most of It

Postby LawPreview » Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:25 am

lawcapture wrote:
LawPreview wrote:So, you’ve been notified of your acceptance into law school. Congratulations! Next on your list (aside from figuring out how to pay for it), is attending your school’s Admitted Students Day. Here’s some solid advice to make your campus visit a truly worthwhile experience.

Read the full article here: http://lawpreview.com/admitted-students-day-tips


If we couldn't make an admitted students day are there other things we can do instead?


If you can't visit in person, most of the advice in our article can also be done on the phone. You can call the registrar's office, call the career center, etc. I would say your next best bet would be to reach out to other students from that school through TLS. The real goal of admitted students day is to get a feel for the school and find out if it's a good fit for you. Talking to other students will help you put together a pros/cons list to help you make that decision.


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