A: The law school major in which you receive the highest score on the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is generally considered to be your best path to success. While this may seem like a straightforward statement, it’s very important for students to understand that this doesn’t necessarily mean that they will get into their top choice schools or even any schools at all! As with other paths toward graduation, picking the right major can make all of the difference when it comes time for applying and interviewing.
First of all, remember that there are several different LSAT forms; each has its own set of content and test-taking strategies. If your scores fall within certain ranges (e.g., between 160 and 170), you’ll want to focus more heavily on studying for one specific form rather than trying to memorize every possible question type/format combination found on an individual exam date; doing so could potentially lead you away from what really matters most when practicing for actual test days. Also keep in mind that scoring well isn’t technically proof enough to guarantee admission into top graduate programs where law school admissions committees tend not only take note of a student’s academic rigor but also his or her performance during class discussions/exams as well! For example, while having great grades across a broad spectrum may translate into better odds at getting admitted/admitted early if going straight through from undergraduate institution…it might actually hurt chances at some highly competitive graduate programs such as those offered by Harvard University