Niagara University’s pre-law advisement program held a free LSAT (Law School Admission Test) diagnostic exam on campus last Friday afternoon.

Sixteen NU students and one recent graduate spent nearly four hours taking the full-length practice LSAT.

The exam was followed by a “debrief” session (with pizza!) that addressed test-preparation strategies and tips, as well as techniques for the various sections and question types.

Participants received a detailed score report, personalized analysis of strengths and weaknesses, and complete explanations for every question, courtesy of Kaplan Test Prep.

Niagara University’s pre-law minor, which is offered through its political science department, allows students to sample law-related courses in criminal justice, history, philosophy, and sociology.

Any current or future Niagara University students who are considering law school and/or legal careers are invited to contact Kevin Hinkley, ’05, pre-law program advisor, at ude.aragain@yelknihk to schedule a one-on-one meeting.

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