Give Me SOME ADVICE FOR MY addendum..

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warplan
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Give Me SOME ADVICE FOR MY addendum..

Postby warplan » Wed Nov 23, 2011 7:24 pm

Hi, I am an international applicant.

Actually, english is an obstacle to me.

I need your help. Would you give me some advice?

I want to some critique..in grammar or expression..or so...

This is my addendum..Sorry for awful my english. I keep trying to upgrade my english..

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Thanks! :D

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any suggestion is OK. thank you.
Last edited by warplan on Sun Nov 27, 2011 8:49 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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No13baby
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Re: Give Me SOME ADVICE FOR MY addendum..

Postby No13baby » Wed Nov 23, 2011 9:02 pm

I think you'll have to use your October LSAT score, unfortunately. I don't think any schools will let you apply Early Decision but consider a December LSAT score.

warplan
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Re: Give Me SOME ADVICE FOR MY addendum..

Postby warplan » Wed Nov 23, 2011 9:10 pm

No13baby wrote:I think you'll have to use your October LSAT score, unfortunately. I don't think any schools will let you apply Early Decision but consider a December LSAT score.


I know that..

'I'd like to avoid waiting until the day of Dec LSAT score announcement'

I mean that I don't want to wait until RD's result is out.

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FreeLolita
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Re: Give Me SOME ADVICE FOR MY addendum..

Postby FreeLolita » Thu Nov 24, 2011 9:16 pm

For someone who is a non-native speaker of English and says English is an obstacle, you write quite well. Kudos. I feel that monolingualism is not a good thing, and I wish we put more emphasis on education in languages in the United States.

The problem with your situation though, however unique it is, is that I don't schools are not permitted to accept you without an LSAT score, and they have an incentive to protect their medians.




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