When it comes to the #lawschool personal statement http://t.co/NUNEd5Z6 it's definitely "personal" http://t.co/iihCVfg0 …
— LSAT PREParation (@LSATPreparation) February 1, 2013
Sometimes, there is nothing wrong with the applicant. The problem is with the application itself.
Believe it or not, you will have a “great time” at LSAT school. But, the end goal is to help you get into law school. The Richardson – Mastering The LSAT program includes a strong component on helping you apply to law school effectively. Your instructor, John Richardson is the author of: Law School Bound, which is the most comprehensive and complete law school admissions manual in existence. In addition, it is actually based on several decades of experience as a law school career counsellor. (Yes a copy of the book in included as part of your course fee).
Each student in the Mastering the LSAT is offered a one hour complimentary consultation to discuss law school admission issues and goals with John. Furthermore, we are pleased to announce that this year we will be joined by Beryl Theobald – the former admissions director at Western. Ms. Theobald has read in excess of 30,000 law school personal statements and law school writing samples!
The law school admissions component will be “rounded out” with Guest Speakers who will share their experiences (both good and bad).
The two “special events” that focus on law admissions are:
1. Pre-Law Forum – Sunday June 2/13 – 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
2. Law School Personal Statement Workshop
Note that additional assistance on the law school personal statement is available through our Law School Personal Statement program.