A Story From LSAT To Bar Exam

Wow, there’s just so much to say great about Ann Levine’s services I don’t know where to begin! I was worried. I had taken the LSAT, gotten my score and thought, I’m never going to get into Law School. I had spent hours listening to people tell me everything I needed to know about the application process and still felt hopelessly lost. I was searching for some direction, guidance and a clear understanding of what law schools were expecting to hear from me when I stumbled upon www.law-school-addmission-expert.com; once I read the testimonials on the web page I felt I too had a strong chance of getting accepted into law school…

After speaking with Ann the first time, I knew I lucked upon someone special and decided that working with her was an investment that I had to make. Today, as I prepare to move to the West Coast for my 1st year in law school, I know that working with Ann was the best decision I could have ever made!…

Whenever Ann talked to me about my essays over the phone, she made me feel like I was her only client. There was never a long wait for a response to my messages or emails. I am still amazed that I received emails from Ann 20 minutes after I sent her one-at 2 o’clock in the morning! There was no ‘selling of dreams’ or ‘fairytale games’ with Ann. She is professional, realistic, and straight to the point; at the same time, she’s sensitive to the fact that she is actively participating in her one of most important decisions her clients could ever make…

So much more than editor, Ann is a counselor of sorts-she made me believe in my writing abilities, adhere to the writing process, take pride in my strengths and embrace my weakness. Putting all of these elements together created a strong law school application that received the consideration and attention it needed to be admitted into one of the schools of my choice. I would recommend Ann’s services over and over again to any law school applicant who wants to put there very best foot forward and seriously give themselves a wining advantage!”

Later, in email sent to Ann in July 2009

“Ann, Remember me? Well, I’ve just graduated from law school and am taking the Bar next week. As I sat here thinking about the bar and how stressful it is, I began to think about how I got started on this process to become and lawyer and I remembered you and how you helped me get into law school.

I want you to know that I graduated in the top 25% of my class and enjoyed every minute of the journey. I found that my passion is estate planning and probate work. I have built on my strong writing skills since we last talked (you said that I was a great writer) and it has helped me. But the one thing that you said while helping me get ready for the personal essay, was that I had a beautiful writing style. I really needed to hear that and I have carried it with me ever since. I just wanted to thank you again for your encouragement and support. Continue to help people set out to accomplish their dreams! Back to study. Stay in touch!

Sheila Brown
Washington D.C.