In this video, Kaplan's Glen Stohr, J.D., reveals tips about what Law School Admissions officers want to see in your LSAT Writing Sample. The LSAT Writing Sample plays a unique and important role in Law School Admissions. Although the LSAT Writing Sample is not part of the numerical score you receive on the LSAT, a copy of your LSAT Writing Sample is sent to each Law School, along with your application. Therefore, thoroughly preparing a strategy for the LSAT Writing Sample is necessary. The LSAT Writing Sample directly impacts your Law School Candidacy because Law School Admissions Officers use the Writing Sample to assess how you will perform on Law School exams. This video walks through a LSAT Writing Sample assignment, explaining how Law School Admissions Officers use the LSAT Writing Sample to asses your ability to absorb fact patterns, determine how well you follow directions, and evaluate whether you clearly support each point by citing facts from the fact patterns given on the Writing Sample prompt. Writing well under pressure is a fundamental skill needed for success in Law School. By learning how to approach the LSAT Writing Sample, mastering Kaplan Test Prep's techniques and strategy, you will be able to show Law School Admission Officers that you can absorb facts and defend a position, thereby increasing your chances of getting into the Law School of your dreams.