Process of applying to law schools


Judy Tran
Hello guys, I’m….I am in the process of applying to law schools, but I'm unsure of how the progress is. I am a mature student, and I have a 3.98 undergraduate GPA (I also went to grad school). I had worked as a Business Analyst, and I would like to get a law degree to augment my prior experience. Any advice on the apply progress? Btw, I have written my admission essay but somehow I still feel it lacks of the “Law student” vibe. Can somebody help me with the essay also?
Hello guys, I’m….I am in the process of applying to law schools, but I'm unsure of how the progress is. I am a mature student, and I have a 3.98 undergraduate GPA (I also went to grad school). I had worked as a Business Analyst, and I would like to get a law degree to augment my prior experience. Any advice on the apply progress? Btw, I have written my admission essay but somehow I still feel it lacks of the “Law student” vibe. Can somebody help me with the essay also?
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LegalLife
Hello guys, I’m….I am in the process of applying to law schools, but I'm unsure of how the progress is. I am a mature student, and I have a 3.98 undergraduate GPA (I also went to grad school). I had worked as a Business Analyst, and I would like to get a law degree to augment my prior experience. Any advice on the apply progress? Btw, I have written my admission essay but somehow I still feel it lacks of the “Law student” vibe. Can somebody help me with the essay also?


Every university has its own application process. You need to zero down on the university you want to go to, the courses you want and then go to the websites of those universities for further information on application.
[quote]Hello guys, I’m….I am in the process of applying to law schools, but I'm unsure of how the progress is. I am a mature student, and I have a 3.98 undergraduate GPA (I also went to grad school). I had worked as a Business Analyst, and I would like to get a law degree to augment my prior experience. Any advice on the apply progress? Btw, I have written my admission essay but somehow I still feel it lacks of the “Law student” vibe. Can somebody help me with the essay also?[/quote]

Every university has its own application process. You need to zero down on the university you want to go to, the courses you want and then go to the websites of those universities for further information on application.
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Nelly Lu
Hi Judy, before helping you, I think you need to answer those below questions first:
Is Law School for You?
Which school do you choose?
Have you ever heard about LSAT?

About your “law student vibe”, I think it is not a big problem. Because, for sure, you’re a not law student (yet) and your essay should express who you are by now.

However, if you still insist finding a way to improve your essay, it’s ok. It could increase your chance of getting accepted. Who knows? Laws school has never been easy for everyone. I have applied many times and yes, also failed a lot. I also have used many editing services to improve my writing, so I think maybe it will help you somehow if I share my real experience.
Ok, in general, I think every service had their own strength, some help me orientate my vision, some help me have my unique writing voice, but there was one service makes me feel the real connection between me and my Editor - his name is Jason Skinner. Maybe I’m in luck and have found not only the best editor but also a great friend for myself. I’m not sure if it’s ok to state the service name here, but you can try with TopAdmit editing service for your essay.

But first, please try to answer those questions above, you need to know why you start because, honestly, the road to LAW School is a tough one. I’m not trying to scare you, just want you to prepare for yourself.

If you have anything to ask, just feel free to message me. I’m happy to help :)
Hi Judy, before helping you, I think you need to answer those below questions first:
Is Law School for You?
Which school do you choose?
Have you ever heard about LSAT?

About your “law student vibe”, I think it is not a big problem. Because, for sure, you’re a not law student (yet) and your essay should express who you are by now.

However, if you still insist finding a way to improve your essay, it’s ok. It could increase your chance of getting accepted. Who knows? Laws school has never been easy for everyone. I have applied many times and yes, also failed a lot. I also have used many editing services to improve my writing, so I think maybe it will help you somehow if I share my real experience.
Ok, in general, I think every service had their own strength, some help me orientate my vision, some help me have my unique writing voice, but there was one service makes me feel the real connection between me and my Editor - his name is Jason Skinner. Maybe I’m in luck and have found not only the best editor but also a great friend for myself. I’m not sure if it’s ok to state the service name here, but you can try with TopAdmit editing service for your essay.

But first, please try to answer those questions above, you need to know why you start because, honestly, the road to LAW School is a tough one. I’m not trying to scare you, just want you to prepare for yourself.

If you have anything to ask, just feel free to message me. I’m happy to help :)

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