What do YouTubers know about the LSAT? Katherine Weissbluth, also known as the Kath Path: a YouTuber, college essay editor, LSATMax student/fan and vlogging extraordinaire joins Branden and Jelena to discuss all things LSAT and her vlogging journey.
Katherine is currently a Sophomore at Stanford, running her essay editing start-up, and using her platform as a space to advise on a range of topics surrounding college and law school. What else? Katherine got a 172 on the LSAT this February. Listen to the full interview to hear how she did it.
Listen and learn:
- How youtube/vlogging can create an accountability community
- How peer advising is beginning to take up space in the application process for under-resourced students
- How anticipating answers can elevate your score
- Katherine’s essay strategy
- Why sophomores might want to take the LSAT early
- What’s the deal with junior deferral programs and why they might be right for you?
- How Katherine ended up featured on Teen Vogue by “hacking college admission”!
- If there’s a silver-lining to online learning in 2020-2021
Thanks to Katherine Weissbluth for sharing her LSAT prep experience with The Legal Level!
Links and Further Resource from this Episode:
The Kath Path: Katherine’s YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/3uMhcvC
Katherine’s Feature in Teen Vogue: https://bit.ly/3dSkaIg
Princeton’s Information on Junior Deferral Program: https://bit.ly/3dVyGz3
Harvard’s Junior Deferral Program: https://bit.ly/2RqgCFr
33 Common LSAT Flaws, Available Now in Paperback & Kindle Formats: http://bit.ly/33CommonFlaws
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