Pre-Health and Pre-Law Advising
The Pre-Health Professions Advising Office and the Pre-Law Advising Office are not directly related to the Binghamton University Scholars Program. However, making early contact (freshman year is not too early) with those offices and joining their respective listserves is highly recommended for those Scholars interested in Health Professions or Law.
Pre-Health Professions Advising Office:
The Pre-Health Professions Advising Office https://www.binghamton.edu/pre-health/ assists students seeking entry into one of the doctoral level health professions. Services provided include: curricular advising, credentialing, programming, administering special programs, and general advising about Binghamton University requirements. Scholars who may be interested in health professions are encouraged to subscribe to the Pre-Health listserve to stay informed of the many pre-law events that occur each year. Subscribe by visiting https://www.binghamton.edu/pre-health/contact.html
Pre- Law Advising Office
The Pre-Law Advisor and staff https://www.binghamton.edu/pre-law/about.html provide guidance on the law school admission process and legal careers. Informational meetings are conducted each semester. Binghamton's annual Law Day attracts around eighty law schools and hundreds of students. Scholars who may be interested in attending law school are encouraged to subscribe to the Pre-Law listserve to stay informed of the many pre-law events that occur each year. Subscribe by visiting https://www.binghamton.edu/pre-law/listserv.html.
Pre-Law Study Materials
The Scholars Office has review materials for the LSAT exam available for loan to Scholars. Available are three review books (based on subject) and three of the most recent published exams for practice.
Rules for borrowing LSAT review materials:
- You may reserve only one book at a time
- You may check out a book for a maximum of 7 consecutive days before returning it to the Scholars office.
- You may not write in the books.
- Please take care of the materials, they are a shared resource for students!
To reserve a review book please follow the steps below:
- Review materials are stored in the corner of the Scholars Office beside the laptop computer where scan fobs can be signed out.
- Follow this link to the Review Material Reservation Calendar
- Click on the book number corresponding to the book you would like to reserve for a given day.
- The front cover of each book is labeled in pink with a number.
- LSAT #1: Powerscore LSAT: Logic Games
- LSAT #2: Powerscore LSAT: Logical Reasoning
- LSAT #3: Powerscore LSAT: Reading Comprehension
- LSAT #4: Official LSAT Test 70 (September 2016)
- LSAT #5: Official LSAT Test 80 (December 2016)
- LSAT #6: Official LSAT Test 81 (June 2017)
- Add your full name and email address to the title of the event. (ie. "LSAT #1 Joe Scholar email@example.com)
- Be sure to repeat the reservation process for each day you would like to reserve the book (up to a week)
- Please note that the specific appointment times listed on the calendar are arbitrary. If you reserve a book on a given day, you have that book reserved for the entire day.
- Review materials must be returned before the Scholars Office closes (4:00pm Monday through Friday) on the final day of your reservation.