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Also, I know people like to discuss the relative merits of softs. However, I would think that for us PTers living in the city where you apply, currently having a job, and saying “why PT?” in your statement could be really strong softs. Assuming your PS doesn’t say, “I want to go PT to distance myself an extra year from these God awful recruiting cycles.”
Maybe this is all wishful thinking, but I was sort of a splitter (their LSAT range is only 3 points) at American. So I like to think it was my “softs” regarding explaining “why PT?” that made a difference.
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