« on: November 17, 2008, 09:48:07 AM »
... not much has changed, except a job. Any ideas how to change my narrative? Should it play on "maturity gained" in the time off?
I think that the usual thinking is that the application needs to be different in a substantive way if you want to apply to the same schools. What I take that to mean is a shiny new LSAT score, a new degree, or a killer new experience.
I would definitely play up the maturity angle, but taking the LSAT for a higher score may help too.