2 Broke 2 LSAT

2 Broke 2 LSAT

Paying for the LSAT and applying to law school is a HUGE expense . . . and for those that are financially under-resourced . . . it can be extremely prohibitive.

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Paying for the LSAT and applying to law school is a HUGE expense . . . and for those that are financially under-resourced . . . it can be extremely prohibitive.

So . . . what do you do if you can't afford it? Luckily, we have some LSAC aid updates and tips from your premier LSAT tutors, Jelena & Branden, that might save your wallet and your score. Plus, we cover some programs here at LSATMax that could be helpful.

Listen and learn . . .

  1. Why investing in the LSAT pays back later . . .
  2. What not to spend money on . . . when you're on a budget
  3. What options does LSAC offer
  4. How to look out for scams
  5. Where else can you turn to for financial assistance and guidance

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