Anyone going to school there?
My personal statement was about how I rescued two babies from a collapsing burning building and subsequently performed an in-field emergency kidney transplant on a wounded fire fighter, ripping out one of my own kidneys in the process with my bare hands to save her life. Although it caused me a bit of personal discomfort, overall I felt it was also worth it. I explained all of this in a gripping, fantastic page and half essay that I hope will also help explain my ho-hum LSAT score (gave up kidney day earlier - loss of blood made me groggy during the exam).
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