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We Know Exactly How You Feel... The Harvard Law School Admissions team is over eight current and former law students from the most prestigious and top ranked law school in the United States. We're here to provide you with inside information on what Harvard Law School and other top tier law schools like Yale, Stanford and Columbia are looking for in candidates, and how you can get a competitive advantage when applying. What do you have to do to get into the top law schools in the...
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Overview

We Know Exactly How You Feel... The Harvard Law School Admissions team is over eight current and former law students from the most prestigious and top ranked law school in the United States. We're here to provide you with inside information on what Harvard Law School and other top tier law schools like Yale, Stanford and Columbia are looking for in candidates, and how you can get a competitive advantage when applying. What do you have to do to get into the top law schools in the world?
We're here to guide you every step of the way. Being accepted into Harvard Law School is not just about tricks to writing an application: you need to work right, think right and act right. Our e-book, How To Get Into Harvard Law, will tell you how to make yourself the most attractive candidate out there. It's guaranteed to improve your chances to get into your law school of choice.
CHAPTER OUTLINE
Get Into Harvard Law
HLS Student #3: 3 Things Work Experience Can Do For You
HLS Student #3: 5 Steps To Present A Unique Candidate To The Admissions Committee
HLS Student #2: How I Got Into Harvard Law
HLS Student #2: Work Experience Before Attending Law School
...and much more
Interviews
HLS Student #3: How Perseverance Overcomes Law School Admissions Hurdles
HLS Student #2: Developing and Showing Your Passions
HLS Student #5: Preparing For A Harvard Law School Interview
HLS Student #6: Business School vs. Law School Interviews
Application
HLS Student #1: How to Choose Between an MBA Program & Law School
HLS Student #1: What To Do In College to Get Into Harvard Law School
HLS Student #1: Tips For People Who Get a Late Start on Law School Apps
HLS Student #1: How I Came To Apply To Harvard Law School
...and much more
Essays
HLS Student #1: Tips For Writing & Editing Your Harvard Law Essays
HLS Student #3: The 4 Steps To Writing A Law School Admissions Essay
HLS Student #2: How To Write Your Harvard Law Essays
HLS Student #5: The Best Way to Prepare a Personal Statement
...and much more
LSAT
HLS Student #1: Tips for Cramming for the LSAT
HLS Student #3: Taking The LSAT Doesn’t Have To Stress You Out
HLS Student #2: How Not To Prepare For The LSAT
HLS Student #5: How To Prepare For The LSAT
...and much more
Recommendations
HLS Student #1: How To Get Great Rec Letters for Your Law School App
HLS Student #3: 7 Ideas To Help You Get The Best Recommendations For Law School
HLS Student #2: How To Get Top Level Recommendations
HLS Student #6: The 4 Keys To Perfect Rec Letters
Schools
HLS Student #1: How To Choose The Right Law School
HLS Student #5: Harvard’s Negotiation Workshops And What They Do For You
HLS Student #2: Striking Diversity At Harvard Law
HLS Student #1: What I Love & Hate About Harvard Law
...and much more
School Life
HLS Student #1: The Biggest Differences Between What I Thought of Law School Before & After
HLS Student #1: How to Get the Most Out of Law School
HLS Student #1: Honors & Passes vs. Grades - Key Differences In Law School Grading Styles
HLS Student #3: Getting Surprised By Harvard Law School
...and much more
Recruiting
HLS Student #1: Should You Get Work Experience or Go Straight to Law School from Undergrad?
HLS Student #3: Can You Get A Job When You Graduate From HLS?
HLS Student #5: Do Summer Internships Help Prepare You For Law School?
HLS Student #6: Should You Take A Gap Year Before Law School?
...and much more
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013785304
  • Publisher: Hyperink Harvard Law Admissions Guide
  • Publication date: 12/22/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 138
  • File size: 324 KB

Meet the Author

HLS Student #1 is a student at Harvard Law School.

Student #2 - Student #2 is originally from Atlanta, was raised in a middle class family and attended the University of Georgia. He majored in three subjects in university, Arabic, French and International affairs. He had wanted to go to law school but hated, almost feared, writing standardized tests. He tried to avoid standardized tests and so never attempted the LSAT’s until the end of his senior year in college. He had sort of a psychological breakdown, and decided to take time off away from school. That’s when he went to Beirut.
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