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personal statement questionn

Postby Anonymous User » Mon Oct 07, 2013 6:13 pm

I took the February LSAT and applied in March, and heard back from most schools in April.

I took this past October LSAT, and so i will be re-applying again...i'll be applying to new schools and to some of the schools that i was rejected to previously.

My personal statement is very unique, and definitely sets me apart from the rest of the pack. My letter of rec's are strong as well. My question is for the schools that i was rejected to do I need to write a new personal statement, or do i simply just re-apply?

I'm really hoping I don't have to write another personal statement.

Can anyone please advise? Thanks!

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Re: personal statement questionn

Postby Ramius » Tue Oct 08, 2013 8:00 am

Unless this is the exact same situation and question as the topic a few lines down in the forum, it's the exact same answer as that question. You're best off writing a new statement to show you're not being lazy and showing how determined you are to get into that law school by improving on as much of your application as possible. Were you hoping for a different response from someone else?

It's pretty easy: if you don't want to write a new one, don't. If it hurts your cycle, you will know you took a risk and lost. Simple as that.

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