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Last edited by Ogresmash on Sun May 13, 2012 1:28 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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It's fine to reuse it, especially in parts. I wouldn't count on them remembering it unless it was extremely unique anyway.
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I think even if they actually compared it to last year's, they'd be fine with you reusing parts and appreciate the fact that you did make some changes.
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Yeah I reused mine from last year and can't say it hurt me. I improved my GPA/LSAT and that helped tremendously. They won't care if it's the same.
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I reused the same personal statement a cycle later, with a higher lsat score. Made no difference, some schools that rejected me before accepted me my second cycle. I'm not even convinced that they read the things, to be honest.
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2014 wrote:It's fine to reuse it, especially in parts. I wouldn't count on them remembering it unless it was extremely unique anyway.
Even if it is, doesn't matter. It's not like a compelling story last year isn't going to be this year. I made some edits to mine based on changes in the intervening year. Actually I am still rocking the same PS for jobs and journal
And I made no LSAT improvement and very minor GAP improvement.