How can you admit a reputable law school? Aim for a high college GPA, prepare a strong application, select college carefully, be conscious about extracurricular and work experiences, study hard for the LSAT, submit a strong resume, select career goals, demonstrate strong writing and reading skills. For many students, it’s tough to overcome the first year. Law schools are always notorious for the stress of study. Schools prepare you to have a good CGPA as well as professional skills and be ready to take the bar exam. Any student can break down in this pressure easily. There are lots of possibilities to fall into toxic study habits which can impact your mental health and generally make your law school experience drudgery. Don’t be afraid you need a proper plan for the first year, reflect on your current habits, figure out your finances now, take care of yourself. Lawyers are expected to have impeccable mental fortitude because the legal profession is not an easy one.