This PowerScore LSAT Forum Post of the Day comes from this past weekend (found here). One of our students posted a second draft of her personal statement, and PowerScore LSAT Bible author Dave Killoran weighed in on that draft in detail (and lots of it!). The link above leads to her second draft, and Dave’s extended comments immediately follow her post. If you are working on your personal statement or your applications in general, his post gives some insight into how to think about the message you are sending in your essay, and it also gives you a glimpse into how our Admissions Consulting programs work and the dramatic improvements they can help deliver.
Here's a quick preview. Make sure to check out the full thread to read all of the valuable advice that Dave provided to this student:
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