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shmoo597

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Will it hurt me if I get my PS in in December?
« on: October 27, 2008, 03:18:17 AM »
Hey, I have a quick question....

Will it hurt my application if I do not turn in my PS to LSAC until after I take the LSAT in Dec (but before my LSAT score is reported?)? I am studying for the LSAT and would rather not worry about the PS until I am done...As long as I get the PS in before my LSAT scores are in, will everything by ideal and ok?

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Re: Will it hurt me if I get my PS in in December?
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2008, 07:44:09 AM »
Your application should have some narrative to it, and so the PS should usually be the first document attached to your application after the application itself.  My packages usually read Appp -> PS -> Resume -> DS (if PS was 2 pager, no DS otherwise) -> Addenda (grades/legal/etc.)  Are you planning on mailing in your PS?  I don't know if you can physically do it via LSAC.
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