The truth is that it is not that difficult! Getting into the world's most prestigious law school does not require finding a cure for the common cold or achieving world peace. It's a lot simpler than that. Much, much simpler.
You do not have to be some genius to get into Harvard Law School. You do not have to attend an Ivy League undergraduate university or attain an LSAT score above 175. In fact, I got into Harvard without either of these qualifications.
It was not dumbfound luck that got me in. Instead, there's one little-known secret for getting admitted. There are certain tricks you need to follow that will significantly increase your chances.
I have personally reviewed a wealth of information on this subject, and I used that information to get admitted. I will give a quick summary of the most important tip I learned for getting into Harvard Law School.
The admissions process is the center of it all. The key phrase to remember when applying to law school is "rolling admissions." Sure, may applicants have heard of it. Many will even claim they know all about it. Yet, very few ever act on it.
Rolling admissions is the most crucial aspect of the admissions process, and by taking advantage of it, you can easily take charge of and put yourself ahead of the class. How do you take advantage of it? Simple: apply as early as possible. That is what I did. If you do that, you will significantly increase your chances of getting into Harvard Law School.
This probably sounds too good to be true. Indeed, applying early has nothing to do with your GPA or LSAT score. Nevertheless, the reality is that law schools begin reviewing applications the minute they begin receiving them. Earlier in the process, because they do not have the entire applicant pool before them, their standards are more flexible, and they might admit students who, if they had applied later, they might not have otherwise admitted.
This might sound a bit complicated, but the simple advice is this: if you want to get into Harvard Law School, and if you have acceptable credentials, apply early. You won't regret it.
Robert Fulson is an attorney, blogger, and internet marketer.