FREE PRACTICE LSAT

April 3, 2004
10 am - 1:30 pm
115 Seerly

 

On April 3, 2004, the Daniel Webster Law Society and the Career Center will be offering University of Northern Iowa students a chance to take a free practice LSAT exam administered under simulated testing conditions. This free test will be administered by Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions. Kaplan will return to campus on April 8 to hand out results.

This is a terrific opportunity for prospective law students to answer a critical question, "If I took the exam today, how would I score?" Since admission to law school is fiercely competitive, a high score on your entrance exam can give you an edge
over other applicants. As well, a high score opens more doors for scholarships and financial aid. Taking a practice test now can help you identify your strengths and weaknesses so that studying for the LSAT will be more productive.

The LSAT exam will be administered on April 3rd at 10 am. Students need to report to Seerley Hall, room #115, by 9:45 a.m. The test will take about 3.5 hours.

To register for this free practice exam, call 1-800-KAP-TEST and tell them that you want to register for the 2004 Kaplan Test Drive at UNI. Or go to www.kaptest.com. In the gray box at the bottom of the screen, pick "LSAT" from the drop-down menu and type a local zip code in the box. On the following page, scroll down to "Event Options" and click on "sign up" next to the LSAT Test Drive entry. Complete the registration form that follows.

We thank Kaplan for agreeing to give students this chance to take an LSAT at no charge. Obviously, this event gives Kaplan a lot of advertising and allows it to inform students about the availability of its products (by participating, students will certainly be listed in Kaplan's database and will therefore receive advertising in the mail, too). Students should be aware that taking the exam on April 3rd in no way obligates them to buy anything from Kaplan. There are many ways to study for the LSAT, and I would be happy to talk to any students who want more information on how to do so.

Please don't hesitate to contact me with questions.