I was recently asked about Community College versus traditional Graduate School in terms of career advancement and I thought I would share with you some of my thoughts. Keep in mind, this is not an assessment of Community College versus a traditional Bachelor’s Degree (totally different) – this is more in the area of career […]
We often talk to young undergrads who want to know our secret formula for success – should they join 15 clubs in college? Major in Philosophy to demonstrate logical thinking and writing skills? Take that prestigious internship on Capitol Hill? Study abroad to learn a second language? The right response to all these questions […]
Interview with University of Richmond School of Law Director of Admissions, Dean Michelle L. Rahman AA: Dean Rahman, thank you so much for your time in giving this interview. As a long-time Associate Dean of Admissions, what changes have you observed in the admissions field in the time you have served in the admissions office? […]
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Saturday, we had a great event with The MBA Tour in Toronto. Big “thank you’s” to the good people over there including Maureen, Graham and Kevin who helped us with the set-up of our table. Importantly, November 8th also marked the release of Admit.me beta in a public venue. All I can say is “Yes!!!” […]
On Halloween and through this past weekend, Admit Advantage was fortunate to be a sponsor for the Phi Alpha Delta conference. Phi Alpha Delta is a law fraternity that provides guidance, mentorship, and resources to help students interested in law. While the focus of this conference, in the Washington D.C. area, was for the pre-law […]
We had a great time speaking on campus with the Columbia University Pre-Law Society last week.
Ask any applicant, “What is the hardest part of the law school application,” and she will likely respond: “the personal statement.” No sane person enjoys trying to describe everything important about herself in a single essay, or really, in any format. Good writing – and editing- is always painful, and when you are the topic, […]
We were excited to be invited to contribute to PowerScore’s 2014 Law School Admissions Guide. The below article is reprinted from there. You can order your own copy of the entire guide at http://info.powerscore.com/law-school-admissions-guide. You’ve taken the LSAT, registered with LSAC, talked with your professors about letters of recommendation, and now you are ready to […]