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Does anyone have good advice on how to write this tiny essay?

Furthermore should the topic be law related or can I write about snails?

Thanks





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Pyros Post subject: Re: Yale's 250 word essayPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 12:00 pm


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Archived Posts: 259 benignuman wrote:
Does anyone have good advice on how to write this tiny essay?

Furthermore should the topic be law related or can I write about snails?

Thanks


LOL. Please, be so kind as to share your 250 word essay if you decide on the latter topic. I have always wondered what 250 words on snails would look like.
Seriously though, I don't care about that 250 due to my low LSAT score (were it higher, I would have been in your position right now) but there seems to be no consensus on what it should be about. People just claims it's important.





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bishopus Post subject: Re: Yale's 250 word essayPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 12:01 pm


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Archived Posts: 157 You can of course write it about anything; topic is part of the test.

250 words is not enough length to turn around or slow down; it's like drag racing. You need to give 'er everything you've got and try to keep it on a straight line.

I liked Berryman's advice when writing mine: Write as short as you can, in order, of what matters.





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YoungFogey Post subject: Re: Yale's 250 word essayPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 12:18 pm


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Archived Posts: 2704 Write about something that communicates something meaningful about who you are. It can be about anything, but I think that if you handed it, with a bunch of other 250 word essays, to several of your friends that they should be able to identify yours and say that on the basis of reading just that, they would know something "real" about who you are.

As for topics, you might look at the essay as a way to balance out your application package. If the rest of your materials tip heavily in showing you as a hard core academic type and you feel that your "lighter side" is missing, you might try to develop an essay that showcases that. Likewise, if you feel that your application doesn't have enough theoretical "punch," you might go for more of a "thought piece."

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