I've been having alot of difficulty writing my personal statement. All submissions are like attach a personal statement but they dont tell you whats supposed to be in it. I've been looking and asking around but no one seems to tell me what exactly law schools look for in a person statement so i`m not sure what I should be writing about. Any comments about what a personal statement is or what I should be writing about would help a ton, thanks!
well I'm going to be writing my LSAT this june actually but im averaging around a 3.5 on my GPA but ive also been doing six or seven courses a semester since first year so I tend to have really fluctuating grades (high 90's or low 70's). I just wanted to see if this would be competitive if I do poorly on the LSAT, 155ish.
I've gone through a couple forums and this topics come up before but never with any amount of clarity. Just wondering but does anyone know how law schools in Canada view applications from engineers? What I mean is, considering the difficulty of certain subjects will they take that into account as a factor when they look at your GPA if its lower than the average acceptance?