Turkey Hangover Mailbag

Turkey Hangover Mailbag

Branden & Jelena recover from their Thanksgiving feasts while answering listeners’ questions and critiquing a listener-submitted personal statement.

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This week, Branden & Jelena recover from their Thanksgiving feasts while answering listeners’ questions and critiquing a listener-submitted personal statement.

Send in your own questions for the next mailbag episode at podcast@testmaxprep.com or via the LSATMax student Discord.

Listen and learn . . .

  1. Should older law school applicants write an addendum addressing their age?
  2. Who can write a law school diversity statement?
  3. Why do real judicial opinions sometimes read exactly like the LSAT?
  4. Is having a big gap in your work history a law school dealbreaker?
  5. How can you write a personal statement that makes you look good . . . about something from your past that might make you look bad?
  6. What’s the difference between writing a personal statement for law school and an essay for publication?

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