One of the most challenging, and often overwhelming, undertakings you will go through while you apply to law school is the admission process itself. Think of the years you have spent preparing for this moment, the months spent studying, the late nights and early mornings—why leave the final part of this process to chance?

PowerScore has assembled a team of admissions experts—including former law school admissions board members, top lawyers, and students from top-ten law schools—to address your admissions needs.

Start-to-Finish Application Help

$3000

Our most popular package, and for good reason: this package lets you work with a law school admissions expert from the very start of your admissions process, all the way until you press "send" on your applications.

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Start-to-Finish Personal Statement Help

$1000

Complete personal statement assistance for one full essay, taking you from brainstorming topics and early drafts to your final, polished composition. You'll also receive a thorough review and revision of your resume.

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Full Application Evaluation and Critique

$695

Created for applicants looking for an objective, third-party evaluation of their completed law school application, this program gives you a thorough, written evaluation and critique of all aspects of your application within four to five days.

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Personal Statement Evaluation and Critique

$495

Ideal for those who have already finished their personal statement, and are looking for an admissions expert's professional opinion, this package includes a detailed, written evaluation and critique of one complete personal statement essay, as well as a follow-up analysis after all recommended updates have been made.

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Hourly Admissions Consulting

$200

Ideal for those looking for general guidance, or for help with specific parts of their application. We match you up with a personal consultant, and you can get expert assistance ASAP.

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The PowerScore Experience

Expert Law School Admissions Consultants

Our consultants are admissions experts, including former law school admissions board members, top lawyers, and graduates of the top law schools in North America. They know what works, and they know how to convey that knowledge to your own candidacy.

Personalized Focus

Your consultant won't just be a random assignment, they will be carefully selected to ensure that he or she is in absolute harmony with your goals. It is important to work with someone you feel comfortable with, someone who cares about you, and someone who has the background to help you succeed.

Order in the Midst of Chaos

Applying to law school is about organization, deadlines, and schedules. Your consultant can help you put together timelines, create lists, and check off necessary application elements in a clear step-by-step way that will make sure you never miss a deadline, a piece of paperwork, or a requirement.

Answers to the Tough Questions

Which law school is best for me? Which type of JD program should I go into? When is the best time to apply to law school? What about early action? What should I do if I'm waitlisted or if my application is held? And of course: Where do I start?


Interview:

What has your experience with the law school application process been like?

It started over ten years ago when I was an applicant myself! I was the first in my family to go to college, so graduate school applications were completely foreign. I was lucky to have some great mentors, though, and I ended up at my top choice law school. Later, I worked for close to six years in law school admissions and saw how the process worked at a number of institutions. I've read thousands of applications and I have a good sense of what works and what doesn't.

What brings you to Powerscore?

I used some of Powerscore's materials to study for the LSAT (which worked out well for me!), so it's been a company I've respected for a long time. I'm passionate about working with students, and I know from personal experience how the application process can be difficult to navigate. I'm excited to use my behind-the-scenes experience to help students craft the best applications possible.

What is your counseling philosophy?

I think it's important to get to know each student I work with. Why are they applying to law school? How did they get to this point, and what do they hope to achieve? There's no one-size-fits-all approach to the application process—it's only by doing individualized work with each client that we can discover the best approach to their application.

Who can benefit most from meeting with admissions counselors at Powerscore?

Good question! I think anybody who feels overwhelmed by or anxious about the admissions process will benefit from Powerscore's services. We can help with broad strategic questions like: where should you apply? What should you highlight in your application? How can you best position yourself for financial aid? But we can also help with the nitpicky details: Is your resume formatted correctly? Do you have typos in your personal statement?

What's the biggest piece of advice you would give to an applicant?

Start getting your ducks in a row as soon as possible, and apply early! Nearly every law school operates on a "rolling admissions" basis, so applying early puts you in the best position for admission and financial aid opportunities.

What should an applicant be thinking about this time of year?

In early September, the biggest thing is certainly to register for the LSAT this fall if you haven't taken it already or if you plan to retake it. If you are going to take it, make a study schedule and stick to it! Powerscore classes are a great way to prepare, but no matter what you do you should prioritize studying as much as possible. After that, I would plan to spend substantial time on developing your personal statement. Start early so that you have lots of time for revisions.

Which schools should applicants apply to?

That depends on a lot of factors and will depend on what each applicant is looking for. For some students it may be important to go to a highly-ranked law school, and for others it may be better to go to a school with ties to the market they plan to practice in. It really depends for each student and I'd encourage anybody struggling with this question to talk to me!