Has anyone used a great law school Admissions Consultant

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Re: Has anyone used a great law school Admissions Consultant

Postby Clearly » Thu Jan 09, 2014 1:05 pm

rutgers17 wrote:
Aside from the word-by-word editing of my entire application, which put my mind totally at east when submitting

:lol:

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Re: Has anyone used a great law school Admissions Consultant

Postby rutgers17 » Thu Jan 09, 2014 1:09 pm

Clearly wrote:
rutgers17 wrote:
Aside from the word-by-word editing of my entire application, which put my mind totally at east when submitting

:lol:


hahaha see, i needed it!

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Re: Has anyone used a great law school Admissions Consultant

Postby KingJamesLBJ » Thu Jan 09, 2014 2:47 pm

OutCold wrote:edit: Scratch that. Site might have become inactive.

Originally posted: http://www.revisionediting.com/

I know she was fairly popular for personal statements when I was applying a few years ago. She wrote the TLS guide on the subject.



Site looks pretty off. How much does she charge for the PS?

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Re: Has anyone used a great law school Admissions Consultant

Postby aspiringlawyer123 » Fri Oct 02, 2015 11:43 pm

I called Mike MS9 just for a second opinion on my personal statement (my college advisor gave the first opinion), and I really don't think MS9 is into gouging applicants / putting us in more debt before law school / giving sales pitches... He read my essay and gave me prompt feedback that was in line with the first opinion I got, and then didn't attempt to get me to use MS9 because he could see that I already had a solid, free advisor. My friend had a similar experience when she called for advice on whether she should reapply to law school when she didn't get into her dream school and didn't get money. He gave her solid, FREE advice. really nice guy -- I think MS9 is trustworthy and worth calling



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