Full Tuition Scholarship Offers Attributed to Resume & Personal Statement
Ann’s knowledge was invaluable in identifying which information should and should not be included in my resume and personal statement for my law school applications, and helping me organize the information in a manner which presented me as being a successful future law school student. I personally attribute the full tuition scholarship offers I received from top ranked law schools to the resume and personal statement, which Ann helped me develop. – Mitch
I’ve been accepted to the law school I never really considered a true possibility
Ann Levine, quite simply, changes lives! After working with her for 4 easy and frustration-free months, I’ve been accepted to the law school I never really considered a true possibility. It’s incredible. I’m in at my first choice!
Ann, thank you! You made the law school application process straight forward and simple. I was able to focus on one task at a time, never feeling overwhelmed or unable to accomplish the incremental steps that made the goal a reality.
Ann also introduced me to Nathan Fox and his online LSAT prep class. That, probably more than anything else, was the reason I was able to be a competitive applicant to the law school of my choice. The icing on the cake, was the advice and critical eye Ann provided to my resume and personal statement.
Ann, you’re incredible and I can’t fully express how grateful and overjoyed I am. THANK YOU! – Fordham Law
Acceptance Letter from My Dream School!
“Opening an acceptance letter from my dream school is still unreal to me. I am so thankful for Ann’s help and guidance through this process. As a reverse splitter, I was disappointed with my LSAT score and thought that I wouldn’t get into a school that reflected my academic abilities. Ann helped me highlight my strengths in my resume, personal statement, and interview. She was insightful, thorough, and dependable. She was available to discuss every part of the process, from minute details to major decisions, always responding promptly…something I really appreciated during this stressful time. The time and dedication Ann gives you makes you feel like you are her only client and number one priority. If I had to do it all over again, I wouldn’t change a thing! I can’t thank you enough for all of your help, Ann!”
Ann Identified the Main Weakness of My Previous Application — In at Dream School!
“I decided to work with Ann because I was a re-applicant, and I knew I had to put together a much stronger application than before. I’ve now been accepted at my dream school and definitely feel that Ann’s input has had everything to do with this result. As a re-applicant, I can say that Ann was tremendously helpful in identifying the main weakness of my previous application and developing a smart strategy for how I could maximize my chances this time around. Ann also provided me invaluable help with all other aspects of the application process: perfecting the actual application materials, answering any questions that arose, setting a personalized application timeline, and preparing for interviews. I was consistently impressed with how thorough she was in reviewing and editing my application materials and how fast she was able to respond whenever I sent in materials for review. To anyone who wants to put their best foot forward in the competitive law school application process, I would most highly recommend working with Ann.”
Accepted to Harvard Law School!
“When I first decided to apply to law school, I didn’t plan to hire an admissions consultant. After a friend gave me Ann’s book, though, I decided to speak with her to see if she could help me through what was quickly becoming a more overwhelming process than I had anticipated. Looking back at all of the help Ann provided for me, I’m so happy that I decided to work with her. Ann was there to help me brainstorm essay ideas, edit drafts of my personal statement, give me advice on choosing recommenders, and answer any and all questions that came up throughout the process (and I had a lot). She was always honest with her feedback–when she thought I could do better, she told me, and having that kind of objective opinion from someone with so much experience with law school applications was truly invaluable. She pushed me to submit the best applications I was capable of, and for that I’m incredibly grateful. I’ve already been accepted at seven schools–several of which I had definitely considered reach schools for me initially. To anyone who is considering hiring Ann, I would really encourage you to do so!”
Judy’s Knowledge and Experience in Law School Admissions is an Incredible Asset
“Judy’s knowledge and experience in the world of law school admissions was an incredible asset to me throughout the law school application process. Because I was living in Washington, DC at the time, Judy worked with me remotely by phone and email to strategize about the schools I should apply to and who I should choose to be my recommenders. Judy also worked with me extensively on my personal statement. Her feedback was exceptionally thorough, and her insight into what admissions offices look for was invaluable.
Judy also worked with me to improve my resume both during the law school admissions process and later when I was searching for summer associate positions. With Judy’s help, I was confident that my resume was as informative and presentable as possible.
Judy was always wonderful at making herself available to me as a resource; she replied to my emails promptly and was regularly available to speak over the phone. Simply put, her availability made me feel confident that she was dedicated to my success in the admissions process.
I am now in my third year at the University of Virginia School of Law and have a job lined up at a law firm for after graduation. I can say with certainty that I would not be in this fortunate and exciting position without Judy’s knowledge, experience, and dedication. Thank you!”
Ann is Honest, Forthright, and Accurate
“I found Ann Levine’s website after rewriting my personal statement for the 6th time. Each one of them looked horrible. I emailed Ann and she actually called to speak with me. I was blown away. From that moment on she was my best friend when it came to my personal statement, résumé, and additional essay for scholarships. When I poured my heart out to her about an essay that was very emotional to me, she took those words from my email and helped me see where they were applicable.
I think the best aspect of my experience with Ann was the advice she gave. It was honest, forthright, and accurate. If she tells you to study for the LSAT for three months to a year, believe her, it’s true. I studied for an entire summer, raised my LSAT score 6 points—not much, but coupled with her advice to study until you know it and her help on the personal statements, I was accepted to not just one law school, but four. No, they weren’t Tier 1 schools, but I did get into a school that matched my criteria.
Without Ann’s help, I know I would not be here today — excited to get my law school ID and law school books on my bookshelf. I would be setting up my classroom for the 15th time, hoping maybe I could study for the LSAT one more time. Thanks Ann. I really appreciate your efforts.”