Catherine Cook View Catherine Cook's BioCatherine has been phenomenal! What I received from her was far beyond my expectations, and I can honestly say that the time that I spent editing with her was very enjoyable. I would definitely recommend her to any students who are looking for someone to edit their personal statements. She is genuine, honest, and most importantly, cares. Thank you Accepted.com for your help.
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Dr. Rebecca Blustein View Dr. Rebecca Blustein's BioI would rate Rebecca's performance a 10 on all fronts. I particularly appreciated that her comments were geared to guide, not write, for me. Her incisive comments enabled me to fill in the gaps between my personal life and my desire to attend law school. By limiting herself to questioning and commenting, she allowed me to write a (truly) personal statement, unlike the people who helped me before her. As such, it had a ring of authenticity it would otherwise not have had.
My friends are taking the June LSAT, but I will definitely recommend Accepted when the time comes.
Thank you for all your help,
- Accepted to Georgetown
Judy Gruen View Judy Gruen's BioHi Linda,
I am writing this between classes from the Crocker Garden at Stanford Law School. Judy Gruen's suggestions, critiques, and guidance were key in helping me gain admission to Stanford. Judy ensured my personal statement reflected who I really am, my experiences that shaped me, and my future goals. She refused to let me submit early drafts, found areas I could elaborate on, and encouraged me through the entire process: a true mentor.
At Stanford, I continue to use portions from my personal statement, that Judy helped me with; this helped me gain admission to the Juelsgaard IP and Innovation Clinic and be elected Articles Editor of the Stanford Technology Law Review. I will keep in touch with Judy, but now I must hurry to my Copyright class with Prof. Goldstein!