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Messages - randyers09
What do you guys think of my list of Recommenders
1. My Pre-Law Advisor/Past Professor for Logic
2. Chief Assistant Prosecutor whom i Intern for
3. Vice President of the hospital that i have worked at for a year and a half
I'm a college senior so I kind of worry that they may want another professor that I have had for a letter if so I have a professor who has his J.D. and I get along well with (not that I dont think any of the people listed above could not write a stellar letter for me) I have taken two classes with him. Do you think my list is good as it is, or should i take off one (if so which) and replace him with another professor? Thanks for your input
My GPA is terrible (2.93), but I have been practice testing in the high 150's low 160's. Do you guys think I would be better off submitting my application early, or waiting until after this semester's grades for an additional boost. Over the last two years my GPA has had a positive grade trend, My freshman year and sophomore years were horrendous. I don't plan on going to the T14 obviously, I just want to become an attorney. I'm mainly hoping for some scholarship money at a tier 3/tier 2. Thanks for your input
« on: September 06, 2008, 12:20:53 PM »
This is quite a daunting task it will be worth it though!
« on: July 27, 2008, 02:24:37 PM »
Do you think I should add U of Michigan to my list. I know my numbers are far from the range that typically gets accepted. But a professor at my undergrad school made me aware of a fact that University of Michigan accepts a a portion of the top applicants from each county. The county I am from is in the Upper Penninsula and is extremely underrepresented. I found out I could have gotten into U of M with any numbers practically for undergrad, that is if the information my professor provided me is correct. I was wondering based on this, if the same rule applies for Univ of Michigan's Law School. Do they try to pull in a diverse range of Michigan Residents?