Academic Commons to debut free LSAT study cohort this summer

Media Credit: Hatchet File Photo

The cohort will meet via Zoom and share materials on Google Drive but could include an in-person component depending on the University's operations and interest from participants, according to its website.

By Jun 1, 2021 9:05 PM

Officials will launch a free study program on the Law School Admission Test this summer.

The LSAT study cohort, housed under Academic Commons, will provide interested students with practice problems and study plans during weekly meetings from June 20 to September 19, according to the University’s website. The website states GW Law students who completed the LSAT and “successfully navigated” the law school admissions process will lead the cohort, allowing students to connect with peers and alumni pursuing law degrees.

The cohort will meet via Zoom and share materials on Google Drive but could include an in-person component depending on the University’s operations and interest from participants, according to the website. Officials will accept students, who need a computer with Internet access to participate in the program, through an online application on a rolling basis, the website states.

University spokesperson Crystal Nosal said the cohort is a new offering based on GW’s “Let’s GRE Together” program, which began offering to prepare students to take the Graduate Records Exam as part of an expansion of Academic Commons two years ago.

This article appeared in the June 4, 2021 issue of the Hatchet.

The Hatchet has disabled comments on our website. Learn more.

Professor of emergency medicine to serve as University COVID-19 coordinator

By Jun 12, 2021 7:02 PM

Ray Lucas, an associate professor of emergency medicine, will serve as the University’s COVID-19 coordinator.

Metro to gradually shift to fully electric bus fleet

By Jun 12, 2021 6:46 PM

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority plans to have its bus fleet go all electric starting in 2030.

D.C. officials lift final COVID-19 restrictions

By Jun 12, 2021 6:20 PM

D.C. officials lifted their final COVID-19 restrictions Friday after allowing bars and nightclubs to open at full capacity again.