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« on: October 24, 2005, 12:13:16 PM »
If you search "sample personal statements" on goole, you'll find alot
« on: October 24, 2005, 12:12:12 PM »
I like that better than the first one, but maybe you could combind the two and use this as your second paragraph
I know, I have alot of questions, and I thank you all for your answers.
I'll be the youngest person in my graduating class in college - I was able to skip my sophomore because I had so many credits. Will being only 20 when I apply hurt my chances? Is anyone else this young in my boat? I'll be 21 by the time I start ls, but everything I've read says the average age for a 1L is 24. Is that right?
Thanks...that is SO good to hear! I'm the first one in my family to go to college and I'm at a little liberal arts college that doesn't have a pre-law advisor (why should they, I'm the only pre-law student) so I'm a little lost in this whole process.
« on: October 23, 2005, 09:26:44 PM »
I plan on being a sports/entertainment lawyer - is anyone else? What schools are you applying to? Any good programs you know of? It would be great just to here from anyone else wanting to pursue this!
My number one school is Vanderbilt, and I was thinking about writing a different personal statement for it, talking about why I want to go to school in Nashville, why I want to pursue entertainment law, my music backgroun (I'm a classically trained oboe player) and why Vanderbilt is right for me because of certain programs , and then use a different statement for the other schools I want to apply to.
Will that be okay? Or is it cheesy?