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How do I get accepted into Howard?

I want to get into Howard for law!

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Barbara’s Answer

Definitely do your research for Howard requirements and preparations. Secondly complete your bachelor's degree from an accredited college / university. From your research you will know what score to achieve for the LSAT ~ Aim High. Visit the Law School Admission Council website, it has detailed information. If/when possible connect with a Lawyer/ Student / Mentor to help guide you along your educational and career path. I wish you the Best.
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Martin’s Answer

I would look at what's required for Havard and make sure you have all the requirements taken care of. Secondly, you'll be competing with MANY other applicants , and many will have the same GPA or better than you. The competition will be in advanced classes as well as you (I'm assuming) so make yourself stand out, specifically by volunteer organizations your a part of. If your not, get active in one. Many colleges and universities look at what volunteer organizations your a part of to see if your committed to a cause and see if your passionate. Best of luck
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Charlotte’s Answer

Start off by researching and understanding what requirements are needed to be accepted to Harvard Law School. Additionally, I would recommend finding a current and/or past student of the school and ask them to mentor you. Good Luck
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Deborah’s Answer

This advice is useful for anyone applying to law school in general. Here's what you should do:

- Look into the average GPA and LSAT requirements to see if you're within or close to the desired range.
- For the LSAT, consider taking a prep course if it's within your budget. Alternatively, you can use books, practice tests, or free resources like Khan Academy, which offers LSAT study materials at no cost.
- Investigate what graduates of the school do and the job placement rate in fields that interest you. This will help you determine if attending the school is financially worthwhile.
- Assess the school's affordability and potential financial aid opportunities.
- Connect with Howard alumni through LinkedIn or the Howard career center, as they may have curated lists of contacts. Alumni are often eager to chat with prospective students who are considering applying.

Wishing you the best of luck!
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