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May 30, 2005

Admissions myths debunked

Christine Hurt at Conglomerate finishes up her series of posts on admissions with one on admissions myths. (Also read the first three posts here, here, and here).

Posted by kristine at May 30, 2005 11:37 PM

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Very interesting. (Of course, it's a year too late for me.) In case someone reads these comments without bothering to read the articles, here's what I found to be the most surprising piece of information: your LSAT essay matters. I didn't give the essay a second thought after the exam was over. But according to this series of articles, if you're borderline at a law school the adcom will read your LSAT essay and use it to evaluate you as a writer.

Posted by: at May 31, 2005 10:21 AM