Recorded Tuesday June 22nd 2021
Clockwise from top left: David Brawn, Pre-Health advising; Tyrone Stewart, Writing Consultant; Mark Robbins, Writing Consultant; Sarah Burch, LSA Opportunity Hub Coach (graduate school statements); Kadija Deen, Pre-Law advising; Forrest Lapointe, Writing Consultant.
Authenticity vs being Exceptional (general) (0:00)
Law school preparation services and 'standing out': Your reader should "want more but not need more" after reading your personal statement (3:04)
What are the "right activities" to include in a personal statement? Experiences can be non-curricular (6:10)
What to include, where, how? Addressing poor grades (10:10)
Example of pre-law applicant with a criminal charge; framing the event; owning the learning (17:43)
"Your research interests?" The unique needs for graduate students personal statements (22:26)