Tuesday, October 16, 2007

One thing I always had problems with was writing resumes and applications. They invariably want to know about you; your experiences, your qualifications, and they want this in your words. How do you find the words to accurately reflect all of this? How do you manage to separate yourself from what you want? While you don't want to inflate your good points, you don't want to shoot yourself in the foot either. There has been a recent upswing in this process towards hiring a coach to help you through the process. Coaches are available to write resumes, to hold your hand through your application to graduate programs, and the services of a good coach invested in your cause is well worth the price. The more prestigious the program, the more you really do face a challenge getting ahead of all the other candidates for those limited spaces. Law school being one of the toughest to get in. Law school admissions consulting is available from a graduate of Yale Law School; who better to help you succeed in getting into a good school than someone who's been there? He's jumped through the same hoops and is ready to help you do the same. Right now he's offering financial assistance in his service to those who most need it, as well as offering five free hours of help (after the first five hours, the free five start).

While some might think the hourly charge is a lot, compare it to the services offered. This guy will hold your hand (virtually) through this whole process. You don't have to bite your nails to the wrist alone, wondering if you could have phrased paragraph five in the third page better. He'll help you get through, he'll cover every part of the application process. You may have a list of qualifications and all the right stuff, but without knowing how to spin it you may end up on the bottom of the admissions slush pile. Don't let that happen to you! You've worked your butt off to get this far so invest wisely in the future by giving yourself the best opportunity to get into the best school suited for your talents.

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