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dudleym
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Hi,
I recently quit my job and moved to another city. I decided to hold off on looking for another job in the new city for the time being so that I could take about a month and a half off to study for the LSAT. Will admissions staff look negatively at this gap in my resume? Should I explain this gap of unemployment in my resume?

Thanks for you help
Michelle
Dave Killoran
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Hi Michelle,

You'll be fine here, and won't need to explain it :-D The gap is so small that it's not an issue, so you can go ahead with your plan with no worries.

Good luck with the studying!
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