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Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions

by Alison Cooper Chisolm and Anna Ivey

Published by Harcourt

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  • How much does my LSAT score really matter?
  • What tack can I take to make my essay stand out from the pack?
  • Should I explain my D in chemistry, my ADD, my time in rehab?

Every law school applicant has questions.
There is no one better to answer those questions than Anna Ivey -- she decided the fate of thousands of applicants while she was dean of admissions at the University of Chicago Law School. Using examples drawn from actual admissions decisions, Anna Ivey will help you dramatically improve your applications and your chances of landing a spot at the school of your choice.


pub date: 2005-04-04 | paperback | 9780156029797