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July 28, 2005

Perfecto Personal Statements

Josh at Bad Glacier offers a some thoughts on how to write a personal statement for the law school admissions process. It also links to his advice on the LSAT, so it's great reading for all prospective students just getting started down the road. Check out the comments for more goodness, and the followup grammar tips add an appropriate dose of school-teacher and wit..

If you find this sort of material useful, be sure to check the Pre-Law Wisdom archives for more. There you can search for “personal statement” or “LSAT” or “rank” or “choosing” (for choosing a school) to find more information from people who've been there.

Posted by mowabb at July 28, 2005 07:36 AM

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I suggest checking out www.editingauthority.com when you are done writing your personal statement. They really do a great job making sure that your statement sounds great and does not have any errors.

Posted by: Josh at November 26, 2005 09:33 PM