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 andholl
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I applied for law school last year and was rejected from everywhere I applied to. I'm wondering now, do I completely change my personal statement and my letters of recommendation? I genuinely haven't done anything new to add to my resume and not sure how to approach that portion of the application this time around.

Thanks in advance.
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 Dave Killoran
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andholl wrote: Fri Jan 13, 2023 2:53 pm I applied for law school last year and was rejected from everywhere I applied to. I'm wondering now, do I completely change my personal statement and my letters of recommendation? I genuinely haven't done anything new to add to my resume and not sure how to approach that portion of the application this time around.

Thanks in advance.
For your Personal Statement, yes 100% you need to change it. Harder to tell with your LORs, but likely it would be good to change them too since they didn't do the job the first time.

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