Work Experience (graduated in 2000), have been a business analyst for a technology consulting firm since - as a side note, included in my PS is the fact that I didn't study Computer Science undergrad, but could easily compete with these people in the consulting world. Also included in the PS is the fact that I stayed with it longer than anticipated b/c of the state of the economy (as everyone else was getting laid off and going back to school, I got promoted and raises - it was and will be tough to leave, except for the fact that I'm just not doing what makes me happy.
Life experience - grew up in the middle of a labor strike, studied employment and labor relations undergrad and now want to go into labor law.
EC - I work with a running club and coordinate programs for them, also am a coach in their marathon training program. I run marathons and race triathlons.(unfortunately didn't write more than that i.e. I get two workouts in a day)
undergrad - GPA went up every year from a 2.7 to 3.7s by senior year (unfortunately, it started off so low that I only finished with a 3.25).
Is it enough? Probably not to get me into the schools I want to go to considering I'm tied to the DC location and the schools here require some pretty top notch numbers....