Absolutely! The beauty of technology is that we can work with you anywhere in the world. Between Skype/FaceTime and e-mail, we can still give you full service, even if we can't meet face-to-face.
Yes! We offer a 30-minute free consultation. This is an opportunity for us to get to know each other and for you to assess if law school is the right path for you before we decide to work together. Also, some students may only have a couple questions they need answered, and this is a chance for them to do that without needing to sign up for a bigger package.
No, we don't guarantee admission to any school. Only the admissions officers making the decision on your application can do that, no one else. Each applicant is different, and there are so many variables that are weighed by admissions officers. We are here to help you put your best foot forward. We try to give you an honest assessment of schools you can reasonably expect to be accepted to, but we can't guarantee acceptance.
Absolutely not. JD2Be LLC will not write or submit any essays, statements or other portions of your application. We will help you brainstorm topics, review and edit your essays/statements, strategize to which schools to apply, and remind you of deadlines. But, it is your responsibility to submit all applications in complete form and on time following the guidelines for each school.
Yes. Anything that gives the admissions officers additional information is beneficial. Doing school-specific essays and statements is also a good way to show your interest in the school. JD2Be LLC is happy to assist you in brainstorming, reviewing and editing any optional essays/statements.
JD2Be LLC serves as resource to pre-law advisors. We do presentations to undergrad pre-law groups on all aspects of the law school application, law school experience, or other relevant topics related to a career in law. All services provided to pre-law advisors are free of charge. Contact us for more information.
JD2Be LLC recommends taking the LSAT. At this time, the number of schools that accept the GRE is limited, so only taking the GRE limits the pool of schools to which you can apply. Of course, if you already have a great GRE score and a school you are applying to accepts it, definitely include it!
No. We will assist you in strategizing where to apply based on your LSAT score, but we do not help in prepping for the LSAT. We would recommend using the national organizations that specialize in LSAT prep. Go to www.lsac.org for more information on test dates and to sign up.