Whether you're just getting started on your LSAT prep in Lubbock or you're taking the test in a few short weeks, we've put together some tips to help raise your score. If you haven't registered for the LSAT, you'll find the list of LSAT testing locations available in Texas. The LSAT is a paper-based test only offered four dates a year - in early June, late September/early October, early December or early February - and testing sites do fill up quickly. Make sure you check registration deadlines and develop your preparation plan.
Since law schools put so much weight on the LSAT in the admissions process, it's wise to find out what a competitive LSAT score is for the schools to which you are planning to apply. Schools, like Texas Tech University School of Law or Texas A&M University School of Law provide information on their median LSAT scores, so you can be sure to compile a competitive application. We've put together data on the top law schools in the Lubbock area, and the best options for LSAT prep. You can do it and Kaplan will help.
Law schools see the score for every LSAT you take, so ideally, you only want to take it once. You may not take the LSAT more than 3 times in any 2-year period. The average LSAT test-taker in Lubbock spends about three months studying for the exam. Once you're registered for your test date, you can use a variety of books or prep courses to get ready for the exam.
With Kaplan, you'll have exhaustive resources available to you, including every released LSAT exam (over 80 real tests) and unlimited access to our industry exclusive - The LSAT® Channel - providing you hundreds of hours of live or On Demand instruction by Kaplan's best teacher on every LSAT topic and difficulty level.
LSAT prep courses are always available as an option to help you raise your score. If you can't find a local In Person option in Lubbock, know there are many online options with live instruction available.
Law Schools near Lubbock, TX
|Law School||Location||Website||Admissions Email|
|Texas Tech University School of Law||Lubbock, TX||http://firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Texas A&M University School of Law||Fort Worth, TX||http://email@example.com|
|University of Oklahoma College of Law||Norman, OK||http://firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Oklahoma City University School of Law||Oklahoma City, OK||http://email@example.com|
|The University of New Mexico School of Law||Albuquerque, NM||http://firstname.lastname@example.org|
|SMU Dedman School of Law||Dallas, TX||http://email@example.com|
|Baylor University School of Law||Waco, TX||http://firstname.lastname@example.org|
|The University of Texas School of Law||Austin, TX||http://email@example.com|
|St. Mary's University School of Law||San Antonio, TX||http://firstname.lastname@example.org|
|The University of Tulsa College of Law||Tulsa, OK||http://email@example.com|