« on: January 11, 2008, 12:00:29 AM »
It is Tennessee. They also require a "learning experience" essay that must be 500 words or less.
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I am applying to a school which requires a 500 word personal statement. I have cut my original PS to less than 500 words but I would like to have someone read it and tell me their opinion and possibly some grammar advice. I will PM it to the willing. Thank you.
Sounds great! I think she will be a big help with getting through law school. We have been together for 6 1/2 years, since I was 15. We know practically everything about each other, the only thing that we will need to adjust to is living together and we will have six months to do that.
I'm am overachiever, is it possible to treat law school as a full time job? If I studied/ attended class 40-50 hours a week would I be well prepared?
So, I am getting married in a little over two weeks and I wanted to know what law school is like for someone who is married. Does it make it more difficult/easier? I think it would be a plus b/c less debt and you have a cheerleader at home. Am I right?
I agree. With the new policy, your multiple LSAT scores should not drag you down much, if at all. I would shoot for schools with median around 168 or 169, so long as your GPA is respectable. If your GPA is good yous should apply to all the t10.
Since almost every school fudges their numbers on employment, what is the best way to get an honest placement statistic? Would looking at the "employed at graduation" stat give a better picture of those who are employed as lawyers?
I think you have a long shot chance. If it is where you really want to go then you should apply.
These are from last years cycle:
fender might be URM but ADMIT is Asian a non-URM, I believe.
This is just a complete guess and I have a similar thread right now so my predictions do not hold much weight. Anyway, I think you are in at all of these schools except Stanford & Columbia and with those you should at least get a waitlist.