LLM in Boston Dottore in Giurisprudenza


Salve a tutti, laureatomi in quel di Roma, Dottore in Giurisprudenza, la mia intenzione ora è viaggiare a Boston ( dove sono stato 3 volte per motivi familiari) ed entrare in un corso LLM.
Volevo chiedere a tal proposito, devo compilare il format su LSAC? devo trascrivere tutti i miei certificati? devo chiedere 3 raccomandazioni ai professori universitari e poi farli trascrivere in inglese? o mi conviene direttamente inviare tutto il materiale cosi com'è ad ogni singola università?
Che voi sappiate il corso LLM inizia solo a settembre o anche a gennaio?
Il TOEFL lo tento piu di una volta o mi ci butto e lo faccio già ora a settembre per vedere se riesco almeno ad avere un punteggio superiore agli 80 che mi permette già di far domanda per alcune università (premetto il mio inglese è di buon livello) ?

Grazie mille a tutti DOTTORI e AVVOCATI!
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Salve a tutti, laureatomi in quel di Roma, Dottore in Giurisprudenza, la mia intenzione ora è viaggiare a Boston ( dove sono stato 3 volte per motivi familiari) ed entrare in un corso LLM.
Volevo chiedere a tal proposito, devo compilare il format su LSAC? devo trascrivere tutti i miei certificati? devo chiedere 3 raccomandazioni ai professori universitari e poi farli trascrivere in inglese? o mi conviene direttamente inviare tutto il materiale cosi com'è ad ogni singola università?
Che voi sappiate il corso LLM inizia solo a settembre o anche a gennaio?
Il TOEFL lo tento piu di una volta o mi ci butto e lo faccio già ora a settembre per vedere se riesco almeno ad avere un punteggio superiore agli 80 che mi permette già di far domanda per alcune università (premetto il mio inglese è di buon livello) ?

Grazie mille a tutti DOTTORI e AVVOCATI!
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Schatz

Boston features several law schools and the requirements may differ from school to school, so you should probably inform yourself on the website of the schools you are interested in.

One comment regarding the TOEFL: in spite of what many seem to think, the test is not a gamble and you will not get better scores just by doing it several times without learning. You should not spend money "just to see whether you can get 80 points" if you think your English is not good enough. You should take a prep class and do the test for real when you are ready. You can buy books and do mock tests online for less than what it costs to do the actual test.

Boston features several law schools and the requirements may differ from school to school, so you should probably inform yourself on the website of the schools you are interested in.

One comment regarding the TOEFL: in spite of what many seem to think, the test is not a gamble and you will not get better scores just by doing it several times without learning. You should not spend money "just to see whether you can get 80 points" if you think your English is not good enough. You should take a prep class and do the test for real when you are ready. You can buy books and do mock tests online for less than what it costs to do the actual test.
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Boston features several law schools and the requirements may differ from school to school, so you should probably inform yourself on the website of the schools you are interested in.

One comment regarding the TOEFL: in spite of what many seem to think, the test is not a gamble and you will not get better scores just by doing it several times without learning. You should not spend money "just to see whether you can get 80 points" if you think your English is not good enough. You should take a prep class and do the test for real when you are ready. You can buy books and do mock tests online for less than what it costs to do the actual test.


Thanks for your answer @Shatz! Anyway I already bought the TOEFL OFFICIAL book amd I m deeply studying it. I think my english is pretty good due to my frequently trips to Boston.
Again, thank you for the answer and the advise. If you have anything else to explain to me I will regardly appreciate it.

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[quote]Boston features several law schools and the requirements may differ from school to school, so you should probably inform yourself on the website of the schools you are interested in.

One comment regarding the TOEFL: in spite of what many seem to think, the test is not a gamble and you will not get better scores just by doing it several times without learning. You should not spend money "just to see whether you can get 80 points" if you think your English is not good enough. You should take a prep class and do the test for real when you are ready. You can buy books and do mock tests online for less than what it costs to do the actual test.[/quote]

Thanks for your answer @Shatz! Anyway I already bought the TOEFL OFFICIAL book amd I m deeply studying it. I think my english is pretty good due to my frequently trips to Boston.
Again, thank you for the answer and the advise. If you have anything else to explain to me I will regardly appreciate it.

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