BCL Writing Sample -Urgent!


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Hello everyone
I have a question with respect to writing sample for BCL. I have a long published article in a reputed journal. However, the article is quite long. Hence, I took an extract of the same. However, the extract in itself does not present the complete argument (though I have mentioned the citation of the original article along with a short summary of the same).

I am aware that the website allows an extract of a published article to be submitted. However, I have heard from some people that it is advisable to write separately. I was wondering if it is advisable to write a 2000 words essay separately for BCL application?

Kindly let me know. It's urgent!


Thank you

Hello everyone
I have a question with respect to writing sample for BCL. I have a long published article in a reputed journal. However, the article is quite long. Hence, I took an extract of the same. However, the extract in itself does not present the complete argument (though I have mentioned the citation of the original article along with a short summary of the same).

I am aware that the website allows an extract of a published article to be submitted. However, I have heard from some people that it is advisable to write separately. I was wondering if it is advisable to write a 2000 words essay separately for BCL application?

Kindly let me know. It's urgent!


Thank you
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aiges

Don´t overthink it. I am quite sure that they won't put super much effort into reading the articles in great detail. Personally, I approached it (for the MJur) the way you originally planned to: I took an extract of a longer, published article and sent it in.

[Edited by aiges on Jan 10, 2017]

Don´t overthink it. I am quite sure that they won't put super much effort into reading the articles in great detail. Personally, I approached it (for the MJur) the way you originally planned to: I took an extract of a longer, published article and sent it in.

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