A bland, generic Personal Statement will not demonstrate your unique strengths as a law school candidate – nor will a generic resume. Our in-house admissions consultant provides personalized service, practical steps, and strategic advice to ensure that your application effectively makes your case to the Admissions Committee.
Create a Personal Statement that showcases your achievements, past experiences, future goals and potential, and fit with your target law school. We can help you every step of the way.
Consulting slots are limited, so please submit your request for application support 30+ days prior to your deadline(s).
"Elaine provided much needed support and guidance. Her input helped me to prepare personal statements that really told my story and led to me getting an acceptance to a law school almost immediately. I cannot say enough good things about Austin LSAT Prep. I am glad that I trusted them to help me with this complex process."
What do I need to do to start?...is what you're probably wondering. Our expert kicks off the process with a conversation. Talk over your career and goals, your application strengths and weaknesses, and the schools that might make a good fit for you. Discuss what your next steps will be in the admissions process, and figure out your best strategy.
Highlight your career achievements and leadership. Send your most recent resume to our expert to be tailored for the admissions committee. We will work with you to showcase the strengths that make you a serious contender for law school. (Yes, we have extensive experience working with law school applicants coming from non-traditional backgrounds.)
Stand-out essays take planning, thought, and several drafts. Submit what you consider to be your final essay drafts (not a rough cut) at least two weeks before the application deadline. Our expert will provide you with detailed comments and straightforward feedback for improvements, and edit your final product. Don't get stuck! You may ask for brainstorming time or input at any step of the process.
Essays evolve, and we want you to do your best work. You may submit up to three revisions on essays per school.
Make sure that you get strong recommendations that bolster your application. Our expert will advise you on how to work with your recommenders. And if a recommender is not sure if he has helped strengthen your application? Our expert will not say what to write, or how to write it, but she can advise on whether your recommendations will help or harm your application, and she can explain why.
Your work must be your own. Austin LSAT Prep's admissions consultant provides expert feedback and editing, as well as advice specific to your target law school, but will not write your essays for you, nor do your thinking for you.