I applied last cycle and somehow got into a bunch of schools, one of which I declined but after a late change of heart want to attend (albeit with a bigger scholarship package). I also really want to get into a school that I applied to but was rejected from.
I'm retaking the LSAT in September as I am a slight reverse splitter.
I know my readmittance/admittance probably depends on whether I can raise my LSAT score or not, but how about the other components? I know LOR's can be reused, but how about the PS?
I'm not sure if I can write a better PS, as last year's truly defined who I am and fit in pretty nicely with the rest of the application.
Will I have to completely rewrite or edit my PS? I know the general consensus is that most schools would prefer to not receive the exact same PS.
However, nothing's really happened this past year. I graduated from undergrad. That's about it.
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Yes, you should definitely rewrite you PS. Good luck!