Personal Statement or Essay - Law School Admission Council

Even if you don’t plagiarize, if you try to write your essay just like one that supposedly earned its author admission to a school, you’ll likely end up with a bad piece of writing. That’s because what works for one person in writing an admissions essay rarely works for another. You need to take your own path in writing a great essay or statement. The expert editors at EssayEdge understand this and will provide one-on-one guidance so that your work is as strong as it can possibly be.

College Admission Essay Sample and Graduate Personal Statement Editing
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Many applicants compose personal statements or other admissions essays (including statements of purpose) that focuses almost entirely on what those students have accomplished and what they want to do in the future.


Graduate School Personal Statement, Admission, Application Essay

a personal statement rather than an essay to the admissions committees.
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The grad school application essay—aka letter of intent, personal statement, statement of purpose, etc.—is your chance to breathe some life and personality into your application. But unlike your undergraduate essay, where you might’ve offered a quippy story, your grad school application essay should be more focused on your academic and professional goals, and why grad school is essential to achieving them. Oh, and it should also give the admission committee a good sense of who you are and what you value at the same time. (No big deal, right?)