- Where can I go for advice?
- How do I prepare for a law school education?
- What skills will law school teach me?
- Is there a standard law school curriculum?
- Who is applying to law school?
- How can I find out more about law schools?
- What do I need to know about the application process?
- How do I pay for law school?
LSAC will take your undergraduate transcript, your LSAT scores and letters of recommendation. They’ll send all that information out to your law schools.
If you’re an international student, you’ll pay LSAC extra to evaluate your transcript. In my experience, I’ve learned it’s best to give LSAC at least a month to have your transcript evaluated.
Of course all this doesn’t come cheaply. Unlike the Common App, it costs money to use LSAC: a base fee of $75 with extra costs included each time you have materials sent to law schools on your list. But if you’re going to law school, chances are you’ll be a lawyer and chances are, these costs will one day seem minor.