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The No B.S. Guide to the Law School Addendum

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Description

Applying to law school with some low grades? A low LSAT score? A withdrawal on your transcript? A leave of absence? A disciplinary action in college? A criminal record?

You are not alone. This guide was written just for YOU. Law school admissions expert Peg Cheng has more than 10 years of experience helping people explain weaknesses in their law school applications. Follow Peg's tips and you will write a concise, engaging addendum that will greatly benefit your law school application rather than hinder it.

Includes nine sample addenda.

No fluff. No filler. Just clear advice on how to kick ass on your law school addendum.

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Excellent advice for a strong law school addendum

If you're wondering whether you need to include an addendum in your law school application packet, you've come to the right place. Peg Cheng's No BS Guide to the Law School Addendum shows that it's possible to recover from mistakes and successfully gain admission to law school with the help of a concise, straightforward addendum.

Peg's years of experience helping prelaws create convincing applications really shine through in her excellent advice for writing this tricky essay. The guide provides solid, easy-to-understand information about what a law school addendum is, why you might need to write one, and best practices for creating an effective addendum. Through a series of nine sample essays, Peg explains what is -- and is not -- necessary and useful to include in an addendum. These examples are particularly useful as models for the length, tone, and content of a strong addendum.

In addition, Peg's style is relatable, her story of overcoming her own mistakes is encouraging, and she sets a positive example of achieving great things even after getting off to a shaky start. Overall, this guide is a first-rate resource for law school applicants who need to explain irregularities to their target law schools. Highly recommended.

The Law School Addendum

This neat guide will clarify for you things that you were stressing out about with regards to applying to law school. I'm talking about things like DUIs, criminal records, bad grades, and school disciplinary actions. It seems like the more you can relieve stress in your mind, the better you feel and, believe me, a lot of stress will dissipate after a read. There is no way you can get this vital information in one spot like this anywhere else, so...put it in your cart!

Explain Your School of Hard Knocks To Admissions Officers.

The Addendum Guidebook is for you if you made personal, educational, or legal mistakes that you later faced the consequences, learned a lesson, and have made efforts to not repeat those mistakes. The guide also helps you explain how personal or family circumstances out of your control may have lead to temporary but poor academic, professional, or personal performances and how you turned this misfortune into an opportunity to improve your life and strive for a better future after coping with the personal difficulties you overcame.

The No B.S. Guide to the Law School Addendum
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  • $0.99
  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Study Aids
  • Published: Jun 01, 2014
  • Publisher: Peg Cheng
  • Seller: Peg Cheng
  • Print Length: 24 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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