If you’ve had a bad semester, exam score, or even worse LSAT score, your personal statement is not the place to explain it. Ever.
Former admissions officer and long-time law school consultant Ann K. Levine, Esq. shares her insider advice on the mechanics of applying to law school.
Your personal statement should be no more than two double-spaced pages. Period.
Using one of Steve Schwartz's schedules could be a great way to make sure you’re staying on track and not losing momentum.
In the personal statements I've reviewed, one glaring error comes up all too often: the statement lacks, well, personality.