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Does anyone have any or know anyone with an AAMPLE NOVA success story?

Politics and Law-Related News / Re: AAMPLE PROGRAM at NOVA
« on: March 31, 2009, 07:41:13 AM »
I am also taking part in the on-campus program. I have heard mixed things about this program. I have spoken with someone who successfully completed it and then as we see in the above posting, there are those who think it's a sham. This skepticism is not making feel good about sending in my seat deposit, although its too late now. I want to believe that with hard work this program is achievable.

I deffinately want to live by myself when and IF I finish this conditional program and attend, however for the duration of the program (6 weeks) I am willing to work something out for the sake of finances, i.e. live with a roomate or two. Afterall, I don't anticipate staying at the apt/house/condo or wherever I end up for much more than the time I spend eating or sleeping. I plan to spend most of my time on campus at class or in the library.


I have recently been accepted into the Nova AAMPLE program and I will be traveling from out of NYC to attend the on-campus program. I am looking to see if there is anyone else in this same predicament. Or, perhaps someone can give me good roomate advice for Nova or the Ft.Lauderdale area (besides Craig's list). The program itself is $3500 so I am trying to live as cheap as possible for the duration of my stay, which will be from May 13-June 23.

Any advice or discussion around this topic would be greatly appreciated!

Current Law Students / Personal Statement advice
« on: September 10, 2008, 07:56:13 AM »
Hello All:

I am attempting to write my personal statement as early as possible. I am looking for any and all feedback. Please do not hold back your honest opinion. I am unfortunately applying for the second time. I believe my rejections were mainly attributed to my low lsat scores (took them twice and cannot/will not do it again). I am reluctant to give up entirely on my essay topic because I am clinging to the belief that there is something still there. Perhaps, it just needs some more work and constructive advice. This version (I will email upon request) is a compilation of three different versions of the topic.

Thanks so much!

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