Attending graduate school has many benefits that will help you advance your career. But, preparing for an entrance exam can be daunting—the extensive hours required to gather information, read, memorize and practice different strategies, along with anticipation of a quickly approaching test day can be extremely stressful. Adequate preparation is crucial for achieving a high score on any entrance exam. In fact, on average, students spend approximately 600 hours studying for the GMAT. That said, it is imperative to find a study-life balance. Overworking yourself will result in a drop in your brain’s attentional resources.
If you’re finding it difficult to justify study breaks, here are a few ways you can remain productive during your time away from the books.
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The air is crisp, the leaves are starting to fall, and the days are getting just a little bit shorter. This can only mean one thing: fall is here and school is most likely on your brain. If you’re set on going to law school next fall – now is the time to start getting your law school applications ready!
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If you’re studying for the LSAT, GMAT, or GRE – you’ve probably been told that the entrance exam is the easy part. But is it true?
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So, you’re going to apply to law school soon – which one do you choose? We’ve compiled a list of factors to consider before taking the plunge into the world of law. Continue reading The Jury Consensus; Choose Your Law School Wisely
What does it take to get into some of the top Canadian law schools? Besides passing the LSAT and obtaining an undergraduate degree, there is actually much more to it than that. The most recent average LSAT and GPA scores of students admitted to top Canadian law schools help indicate that program standards vary widely. While many of the application standards are similar, there is an underlying variation from school to school. Consider these important factors when applying. Continue reading What to know for admission to Canadian law schools