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Personal Statement / Re: 3.84 / 161 & 173 LSAT
« on: December 01, 2009, 09:01:02 PM »
Again, the Personal Statement should be used for a personal narrative, which links to your decision to why you are pursuing a law degree.

Use the addendum, a supplementary statement, to explain your LSAT scores. 

Please forward your statement to info@writetrackadmissions.com for a free, professional assessment of your personal statement. 

Best,

Kal | Write Track Admissions

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Personal Statement / Re: Cliche?
« on: December 01, 2009, 08:53:22 PM »
Greengirl,

That does read very cliche.  Instead of speaking in gross generalities, why not expressly state how policies are generally more nuanced, complex, or in other words, grey?  Be specific, and make sure your language is polished and precise.  Cliche langauge can undermine your personal statement, and as a former admissions officer, I can personally attest to that.

If you need further help with your statement, please contact me directly.

Kal | Write Track Admissions

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Personal Statement / Re: Personal statement reviews
« on: December 01, 2009, 08:50:56 PM »
Nooylib:

Please forward your statement to info@writetrackadmissions.com for a free, professional assessment of your personal statement. 

Best,

Kal | Write Track Admissions

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Personal Statement / Re: advice /criticism on my statement...
« on: December 01, 2009, 08:50:19 PM »
Please forward your statement to info@writetrackadmissions.com for a free, professional assessment of your personal statement. 

Best,

Kal | Write Track Admissions

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Personal Statement / Re: Anyone would take a stab at my PS?
« on: December 01, 2009, 08:49:55 PM »
Nice-and-Cool:

Please forward your statement to info@writetrackadmissions.com for a free, professional assessment of your personal statement. 

Best,

Kal | Write Track Admissions

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Personal Statement / Re: Anyone could critique my PS?
« on: December 01, 2009, 08:49:28 PM »
Fesa,

Please forward your statement to info@writetrackadmissions.com for a free, professional assessment of your personal statement. 

Best,

Kal | Write Track Admissions

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Personal Statement / Re: PS Review
« on: December 01, 2009, 08:33:55 PM »
Jamie,

Please forward your statement to info@writetrackadmissions.com for a free, professional assessment of your personal statement. 

Best,

Kal | Write Track Admissions

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Personal Statement / Re: Please review my PS!
« on: December 01, 2009, 08:32:10 PM »
Lyhde17:

Your statement is, to state objectively, a good start with quality content.  However, your statement lacks the colorful language and compelling "grab your attention" quality that it needs to stand out.  Second, your statement reads like a prose regurgitation of your resume/CV, and should focus on one uniform and polished narrative that provides the admissions committee with a humanized version of who you are not only as a law school candidate, but also an individual. 

Remember, your personal statement is indeed your "first and only interview" for law school, so be sure to maximize its quality.

For further assistance, please contact us at info@writetrackadmissions.com, for professional expertise with drafting a compelling and stellar statement.

Best,

Kal | Write Track Admissions

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Personal Statement / Re: Hello, please critique my personal statement!
« on: December 01, 2009, 08:28:16 PM »
Hello Girish,

An admission's expert at Write Track Admissions would be happy to provide you with a free asessment of your Law School Personal Statement.  Please send it to info@writetrackadmissions.com.  We look forward to reviewing your personal statement, and helping you gain admission to law school. 

Best,


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NYC Paralegal,

The diversity/adversity statement can be just as pivotal to your admissions prospects as the Personal Statement.  Law School's keen on putting together a dynamic and diverse class look more to this statement, and crafting an effective one is even more critical if your GPA and LSAT are below the media. 

Please send me the draft to info@writetrackadmissions.com for a free assessment and review.

Best,

Kal | Write Track Admissions

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