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Re: Do most law schools like "idiosyncratic" applicants?

Postby cavalier1138 » Mon Aug 14, 2017 3:51 pm

Jjbb938483 wrote:I guess this kind of boils down to this: Is a book targeted towards Yale or Harvard applicants going to be applicable to any school one is applying to?


That question made even less sense than the first one. What book?

Look, everyone prefers a unique candidate once you've got the numbers. But you're rarely as unique as you think you are, and you have to be a hell of a lot more interesting than most people think in order to offset any weak GPA/LSAT issues.



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