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One of the best ways to stand out in a crowd of applicants to law school is to write an exceptional personal statement. Law School Essays That Made a Difference, 3rd Edition, contains 70 real application essays as well as interviews with admissions pros and with students who've been through the process and made it to law school.

Law School Essays That Made a Difference, 3rd Edition includes essays submitted to the following schools:

American University Washington College of Law

Boston College Law School

Boston University School of Law

Columbia University School of Law

Cornell University Law School

Duke University School of Law

Emory University School of Law

Fordham University School of Law

The George Washington University Law School

Georgetown University Law Center

Harvard University Law School

New York University School of Law

Northwestern University School of Law

Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey School of Law–Camden

South Texas Law College of Law

Stanford University School of Law

University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law

University of Chicago Law School

University of Colorado–Boulder School of Law

University of Houston Law Center

University of Michigan Law School

University of New Mexico School of Law

University of Ottawa Faculty of Law

University of Pennsylvania Law School

University of St. Thomas School of Law

University of Texas at Austin School of Law

University of Virginia School of Law

University of Wisconsin Law School

Vanderbilt University Law School

Yale University Law School

Synopsis:

Personal Statements That Scored

Face it, a lot of students have great LSAT scores. The best way for you to stand out in a crowd of applicants to top law schools is to write an exceptional personal statement.

This book puts you in the admissions pro's seat; we give you the intimate details-test scores, GPAs, demographic information, and of course, personal statements-of 34 law school hopefuls. Then we show you where they got in . . . and where they didn't-invaluable information when you're evaluating your own chances of admission to the most selective law schools in the land.

1. 34 real-life personal statements by students at Yale, Harvard, Columbia, NYU, Stanford, and more

2. Where they got in; where they didn't

2. Bonus section: Patented strategies for acing the Games section of the LSAT

4. Interviews with admissions officers at Boalt Hall, Duke,

George Washington, Georgetown, and Northwestern

Inside you'll find essays written for applications to the following law schools:

Columbia Law School

Cornell Law School

Duke Law School

Fordham Law School

The George Washington University Law School

Georgetown University

Law Center

Harvard Law School

New York University School

of Law

Northwestern University School of Law

Stanford Law School

University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law

University of California-Davis, School of Law

University of Chicago Law School

University of Colorado-Boulder, School of Law

University of Michigan Law School

University of Pennsylvania Law School

University of Texas School of Law

University of Virginia School

of Law

Vanderbilt University LawSchool

Yale Law School

Synopsis:

Face it, a lot of students have great LSAT scores. The best way for you to stand out in a crowd of applicants to top law schools is to write an exceptional personal statement.

Law School Essays That Made a Difference, 2nd Edition, contains over 60 real application essays as well as interviews with admissions pros and with students who've been through the process and made it to law school.

Inside youll find interviews with admissions officers from the following schools:

Duke University

George Washington University

Georgetown University

Northwestern University

University of California–Berkeley

University of California–Los Angeles

University of Michigan

University of Pennsylvania

Product Details

ISBN:
9780375765704
Author:
Owens, Eric
Publisher:
Princeton Review
Manufactured:
Princeton Review
Author:
The Princeton Review
Author:
Staff of the Princeton Review
Author:
Princeton Review
Subject:
Essays
Subject:
Authorship
Subject:
College Entrance
Subject:
Legal Education
Subject:
Graduate School Guides - Law
Subject:
Legal composition
Subject:
Graduate Preparation
Edition Number:
2
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Graduate School Admissions Guides
Publication Date:
20080916
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
304
Dimensions:
8.98 x 6 x .68 in .89 lb

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"Synopsis" by , Personal Statements That Scored

Face it, a lot of students have great LSAT scores. The best way for you to stand out in a crowd of applicants to top law schools is to write an exceptional personal statement.

This book puts you in the admissions pro's seat; we give you the intimate details-test scores, GPAs, demographic information, and of course, personal statements-of 34 law school hopefuls. Then we show you where they got in . . . and where they didn't-invaluable information when you're evaluating your own chances of admission to the most selective law schools in the land.

1. 34 real-life personal statements by students at Yale, Harvard, Columbia, NYU, Stanford, and more

2. Where they got in; where they didn't

2. Bonus section: Patented strategies for acing the Games section of the LSAT

4. Interviews with admissions officers at Boalt Hall, Duke,

George Washington, Georgetown, and Northwestern

Inside you'll find essays written for applications to the following law schools:

Columbia Law School

Cornell Law School

Duke Law School

Fordham Law School

The George Washington University Law School

Georgetown University

Law Center

Harvard Law School

New York University School

of Law

Northwestern University School of Law

Stanford Law School

University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law

University of California-Davis, School of Law

University of Chicago Law School

University of Colorado-Boulder, School of Law

University of Michigan Law School

University of Pennsylvania Law School

University of Texas School of Law

University of Virginia School

of Law

Vanderbilt University LawSchool

Yale Law School

"Synopsis" by , Face it, a lot of students have great LSAT scores. The best way for you to stand out in a crowd of applicants to top law schools is to write an exceptional personal statement.

Law School Essays That Made a Difference, 2nd Edition, contains over 60 real application essays as well as interviews with admissions pros and with students who've been through the process and made it to law school.

Inside youll find interviews with admissions officers from the following schools:

Duke University

George Washington University

Georgetown University

Northwestern University

University of California–Berkeley

University of California–Los Angeles

University of Michigan

University of Pennsylvania

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