Dany wrote:tonysoprano wrote:In the Education section on the LSAC application, it says to "List the academic honors and awards, or other recognitions you have received." Would I put things like Dean's list, honor rolls, honors program graduate, cum laude, etc. here, even though they're on my resume (honors program, cum laude) and transcript (dean's lists, honor rolls, etc.)?
Yep, fill it out, and don't just put "see resume" or "see transcript" - re-list the information there even if it's duplicated elsewhere.
On a related note, any thoughts on adding jobs that aren't listed on my resume to the education section? In my case, I don't have my campus representative job that I've been pretty successful with; however I didn't find it super relevant to law schools and my resume was full. But I was thinking, since they give me the option to put in new info, that maybe I should list it if there's room for it?