Law school essays that made a difference
by Owens, Eric.
|Format:||Print Book 2003|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
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 pros seat; we give you the intimate detailstest scores, GPAs, demographic information, and of course, personal statementsof 34 law school hopefuls. Then we show you where they got in . . . and where they didntinvaluable information when youre 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 didnt 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 youll 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 CaliforniaDavis, School of Law University of Chicago Law School University of ColoradoBoulder, 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 Law School Yale Law School
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-- Entrance examinations
-- Study guides.
Essay -- Authorship.
|Publisher|| New York :Random House, Inc.,2003
|Other Titles|| Princeton Review law school essays that made a difference
Princeton Review (Firm)
At head of title: The Princeton Review.
viii, 231 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm