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February LSAT scores were recently released! What does that mean for you? Hopefully you’re score is amazing and you can breathe a sigh of relief. In that case, consider scholarship opportunities on your list of law schools. What are the criteria? What are the retention rates? Widener Law offers funding based on LSAT score and undergraduate GPA. The higher your scores, the more competitive you become for scholarships and grants.  Be careful with scholarship offers and make sure to read the small writing.  What are the requirements to retain the scholarship?  Is it renewable?

What are your thoughts about the LSAT?  Any helpful tips to prepare?

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