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Postby lovinglife » Tue Dec 27, 2016 4:26 pm

deleted. Thank you for your input!
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Postby marryJLP92 » Tue Dec 27, 2016 6:35 pm

Coherent and structured personal statement. The underlying theme resonates clearly throughout. Interplay between academia and desire to become an attorney-at-law argued persuasively and teleologically. I would say, in conjunction with a high GPA, experience outside of UG, with a stellar LSAT (172+) should land you in a few (i'd say 2-4) T-6's. LOR's ought to emphasise the thematic overtone of public interest & civil rights (transgender is more than anything a civil/human right issue...public interest is more subtle). Kudos on all fronts. Are you a URM out of curiosity?

170+ should land you relatively comfortably in most of T-14.

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Re: PS feedback

Postby marryJLP92 » Tue Dec 27, 2016 6:39 pm

The aforementioned credentials given a 3.93 GPA (74th percentile @HLS), along with a 172+ i'd put my money on TWO from HSY.

Again, very well done!

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Re: PS feedback

Postby sethnoorzad » Wed Dec 28, 2016 2:46 am

Your statement is full of meaty, substantive examples. It's very clearly written. There's nothing extraneous. Your examples show how much experience you already have. I think you are bound to do well.

You draw less on personal details and more on your experiences in your paralegal job. If you wanted to add anything, that's an idea. Although it already flows nicely as it is.

Good Luck



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