Frank Monte is currently wrapping up his undergraduate education as he prepares to take on the challenges of law school. A dedicated student, Monte hopes not only to earn acceptance into a quality law program, but to utilize what he has learned to stand up for the downtrodden; to provide the dedication representation clients need to survive the challenges of a complex legal system.
A soon-to-be lawyer, Frank Monte knows not only what to do in preparation for law school, but what to avoid as you head into the challenging field of study. It’s important to avoid:
Choosing Only Easy Classes. Law school is difficult, and pre-law undergrads tend to do themselves a disservice when enrolling in classes that don’t provide much of a challenge.
Not Practicing Good, Extensive Study Habits. Taking the time to hone your study skills as an undergraduate is essential to a successful student career in law school. Studying is the backbone of success in most accredited law programs.
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