How do I know if I qualify for financial aid?
This is based on the EFC score on your FAFSA report. EFC stands for Expected Family Contribution and is determined by your family's financial situation. If you are admitted, but at the higher rate because you do not qualify for financial aid, you may appeal by submitting a 400-500 word essay on your financial situation and why you should receive a financial scholarship from our organization. You also have the option of submitting other financial documents that you think would be relevant to our decision.
Read more about how financial aid works here.
How do I submit my current FAFSA report?
You should save a screenshot of the report, showing your EFC. You may attach this in an email and send to email@example.com.
What is the admission decision process?
Decisions are based on a number of factors including the year of the student and his/her financial status. A certain number of seats (depending on the campus) are reserved for those who qualify for financial aid.
What is your refund policy?
You may receive a full refund for any reason after submitting an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org, prior to the second class session.
What else can I do to prepare for the LSAT?
Purchase the supplemental video, with 15 hours of supplemental instruction from a Master Instructor, or add the web component, with 21 hours of LIVE instruction, from the Campus Prep Store: http://www.campusprep.org/#!__store
If a review session is offered, it is a good idea to enroll in this extra session that takes place right before the actual LSAT test date.
What if I miss a class session?
You can make-up one LSAT class session for free by requesting (email email@example.com) the web video version of that particular session. Each class after costs $10. We discourage students from missing multiple class sessions.
When will I find out if I’ve been accepted?
The process generally takes 3-5 days for the term that is closest to starting. It can take several weeks to receive an admissions decision, when the course for which you are applying starts more than one month from the date of your application.