Q: Hello, I'm a young student at college looking to transfer to law schools. In this matter, what should I be looking for?
I want to know which schools are the best and which schools are not as good as the rest, but still pretty good. Just want to know what schools to look at, and which ones not to spend my time reviewing them, so I can make the best decision possible when transferring from college. If possible to I also would like to know how much is too much money to spend in law school.
A: This is way too broad an inquiry to be addressed in this forum. Talk to you college counselor; better yet, if you know an attorney, see if he or she will take time to talk about these subjects with you. Most will be willing to do so, I suspect, but the task of writing a comprehensive reply to your questions would take considerably longer -- time that most of us don't have to spare.
A: Mr. Ahlberg is correct; this is a broad inquiry that covers lots of ground. Try to keep your grades up and try to prepare as best as you can for the LSATs. If you can, take an LSAT prep course. You'll have to do your research on tuition. Keep in mind that it isn't a transferring process; it's an admission process. You can get a good education at a reasonable cost within a budget; do your research there and prepare seriously for the LSATs. Good luck
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