The LSAT is over, and it's time to send out applications. You thought the rest would be easy, didn't you? Then you sat down to write your personal statement — and you're still sitting there. How much should you share about yourself? What will the admissions counselors think is important or worthy of acceptance? What makes my story unique, powerful, and interesting? We know. It's tough.
We see a lot of personal statements done both well and poorly. Here are a few mistakes we don't want you to make.