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I wanted to keep you updated on what is happening with my applications. I am pleased to announce that not only was I accepted to one of the law schools I applied to, I received a full scholarship there for my tuition and books! The strange part is that I just mailed my applications on January 14th! My acceptance comes before the Early Decision Deadline. Thank you very much for your help on my personal statement. I know that my awards would not have come so early with out your help. I would like to thank you more than that, but the words aren't coming to me right now ... I'm still in shock!
Harvard, Stanford, Duke, Georgetown, UCB and UCLA are some of the law schools which accepted me. I believe Linda Abraham is largely responsible for my success. When I first approached Mrs. Abraham, I did not know what to write about in my personal statement. Mrs. Abraham's thorough background in English literature and grammar, and her up-to-date knowledge of the application process was visible immediately. After utilizing her techniques and discussing my background and interests, we formulated a few sketches of possible statements. From these, I was able to write a creative, cohesive, and unique personal statement. Mrs. Abraham can help all applicants whether they are starting from ground zero or their applications need final touches.
I'm not sure I could offer much by way of suggestions for improvement -- and I'd definitely make them if they were obvious, but overall I think you did a great job! The most important thing during this time was prompt, dependable and efficient communication, which happened by email and fax. It seemed more difficult by phone but when push came to shove that worked, too! During that chaotic time of writing, editing and preparing other parts of the application, you successfully helped me focus on the task at-hand and provided valuable assistance with direction and editing. Having a non-biased individual with no prior knowledge of me (with your experience) was very helpful in shaping the final product.
Just wanted to drop you a note to say thanks for connecting me with Catherine. She's awesome and very easy to work with. I am more than pleased with the results so far.
Thank you very much for editing my personal statement and for offering admission advices. With your help and assurance, I feel much more confident about my law school applications. I'll let you know if I get into any of the schools I'm applying to.
Well things worked out well. I am now here at University of Texas Law. I was accepted at the end of the last fall semester and started in Spring 2002. Things are going quite well and I certainly owe a large part of my acceptance to you.