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Law School Admissions

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The Endeavor Approach  

Getting into a great law school is mostly about academic achievement, but at a certain level everyone has the good scores. Endeavor is here to help put you over the top. At Endeavor we take a comprehensive approach to you candidacy. Our tutors help you along the entire process. We make your resume pop, ensure that you are prepared to excel on the LSAT, and help your personal essay stand out. 

 

The Personal Statement

The personal essay is an important opportunity for you to demonstrate who you are beyond your test scores and resume. It should demonstrate why you want to attend this particular law school without being a straightforward pitch. Your essay needs to show more than tell. Instead of stating that you have leadership skills, legal acumen, and great ambition, your essay should demonstrate what you have concretely done that demonstrates your possession of these skills. If you want to save the world, tell them your vision and the concrete steps you have already taken to actualize your ambition. It's great to have great desires, but what will make you stand out from the crowd is the fact that you have acted on them. Our law school admissions consultants will ensure that your essay is the best it can possibly be and that it brings out all of your best qualities. 

 

The Personal Approach

Going to the right law school means finding the one that best suits your career ambitions. Whether you want to go into public service, corporate law, or academia, each top law school has something different to offer. You should visit the schools before you apply, and contact a professor whose career path looks like one that you might want to emulate. Get in touch and ask them if their school is right for you. This personal connection will help you find the right place for you. And it might help you get admitted. Who knows what type of relationships you might strike up.