If you perhaps took the LSAT, you may find that your inbox is crammed full of exciting law school solicitation letters. After your results were released, you may have seen the first few and read them, feeling smug about the recognition you were receiving for your excellent score.
Until you realized that these letters were completely and totally impersonal and reflected nothing about your success. As far as we can tell, everyone who took the LSAT deserves a 1000% scholarship everywhere.
After several hundred of these letters poured in, we realized that these letters could be easily, and hilariously, categorized. And so, without further ado, we bring you the 5 types of law school solicitation letters.
Apply Now, Now, Now, for a Low, Low Price.
These law schools have a semester starting NOW NOW NOW. Or at least, as soon as possible. They are also just giving away money and your education will be almost free!
Schools that solicit you in such a way also won the category “most likely to be unaccredited.” But you shouldn’t worry about that because you can start NOW, NOW, NOW.