Date post: 2017-10-13 09:14
8. Do not solely discuss why you want to be a lawyer. The fact that you are going through the admissions process evidences your interest in the law. This topic is trite and will not leave a lasting impression upon the admissions committee. Instead, again, try to discuss what experiences led to your choice and what unique attributes you will bring to law school and the legal field.
9. The admissions committee is looking for those who have had &ldquo cross-cultural&rdquo experience: those who have put themselves in another environment that is out of their comfort zone and excelled, enjoyed it, learned about another culture, and learned to fit in.
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This applicant chose to structure the personal statement around a quote. Winston Churchill wrote some of the most memorable quotes in the English language he was an artist of the epigram. For this reason, he is over-quoted and often cited out of context, but he is always loved. This applicant also chose to tell a personal narrative about a mentor who changed his life. The title and the quote are both about change through time. The title is &ldquo From Ordinary to Honors,&rdquo which suggests the personal statement will be structured by chronological growth. The quote suggests the writer will look at his past mistakes and accomplishments in order to make well-evaluated choices about the future. The author&rsquo s angle is &ldquo I get more responsible with age.&rdquo
ASSIGNMENT - DEAF IN PRISON / SUBJECTS: MISCELLANEOUS - HIGH SCHOOL | ESSAY - MALCOLM X AND BLACK NATIONALISM IN THE BLACK FREEDOM/CIVIL RIGHTS ERA / SUBJECTS: RELIGION AND THEOLOGY - PH.D. | ESSAY - BUILDING MATERIALS / SUBJECTS: TECHNOLOGY - MASTERS