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How To Write Your Law School Application Addendum Lesson
Don’t give up on law school because your numbers are low. Remember all things are possible with determination and the right help. That starts with an admissions consultant who specializes in applying to law school.
Hi, I’m Dr. Michelle Hubbard and have been a law school admissions consultant for 20+ years. I’ve helped clients be accepted to schools where their numbers were lower than the school’s usually accepted range. Not to boast but, I’m good at what I do and want to share what I know though this Law School Application Addendum video lesson.
Why an Addendum?
In addition to a well-crafted Personal Statement, you may want to consider writing an Addendum. Your Addendum is not to whine about a situation, but rather to present what happened- low LSAT, low GPA for example- and then redirect the committee’s attention to more relevant aspects of your application. If a school doesn’t allow an Addendum, do not write one and consider including this information in your Personal Statement, but if your school does allow you to write an Addendum then you have a great opportunity to show the admissions committee what’s most important about you and why they should accept you.
This video will give you paragraph by paragraph guidance on writing your Addendum. And best of all with the purchase of this video, you have access to Dr. Michelle Hubbard on your schedule and as often as you need.
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