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I think the topic is pretty solid, the delivery needs work. Just my .02

Thank you.

How about school recommendations got any?

Law School Admissions / Re: Would someone read over my resume?
« on: October 22, 2006, 06:21:19 PM »
I can do it for you!  :D

whatcha think?

take a look please...

I'm having trouble getting an idea on the format and style I should use for the PS, so I'll be happy to proof in exchange for getting a better idea which route I should take w/ this. Feel free to PM

I have my LOR'S, PS, and resume done. LSAC also has a copy of my transcript but I will not be completing my final UG class until Dec. 18th this year. My LSAT score already came in so everything seems set to go...however, I'm not sure if I should start applying Monday or if I need to wait until I finish this last class? If someone could give me a heads up on what's the best route, I would greatly appreciate it.

Also I have done the research and have check out LSN, etc. and I have an idea of where I should apply but if some of you could give me a few more schools or ideas I would also appreciate that.

BA International Relations/Minor Religious Studies
UGPA: 2.9
LSAC GAP: 2.74
LSAT: 149

I'm hispanic (Cuban parents but I was born in South Florida) and have strong work experience. My LOR's are stong, one from the chair of the Religious Studies dept. at my school.   

My top school is/was Gonzaga not sure if that is still possible but I'm thinking I'll apply anyways.

Here is my list please feel free to add. Cooley and TSU are not options for me.

Creighton, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, UDC, Suffulk, Valpo, Vermont, North Dakota, Florida Coastal, New England, Seattle. I can apply to as many schools as I want, so recommendations are very welcome.


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