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Thanks to David’s guidance, I have been admitted to a top 20 law school (with scholarship). The Admissions Comprehensive Consulting was expensive, but worth every penny. David helped set up a payment plan that worked for me, which was awesome. Going into this process with a terrible LSAT score and average softs, I figured I would be lucky to be admitted into a small regional school.
David taught me more about writing than any class I’ve ever taken. He walked me through every aspect of the process, which made the application cycle stress free. Law school is a huge investment, and if you want to ensure you’re putting the best version of yourself out there, 7Sage consulting is a no brainer. I could not recommend his services enough!
I worked with Aaron Thier on two essays, and I highly recommend Aaron and this 7Sage service to anyone in the application process. Below are the reasons why I think you should at least try the basic ‘Edit Once’ plan on 7Sage Admissions.
1. We all spent at least six months on the LSAT, four years on our GPA, and at least a couple of years on our Resume. It is only logical that we give our Personal Statements (and other required essays) some comparable investment. Personal Statements matter a lot, as we’re all told, and the service was worth every penny. (I was eventually on the ‘Unlimited Edits for Two Essays’ plan.)
2. This whole process of applying to Law Schools was daunting. At times I felt helpless. Aaron was incredibly kind, encouraging and supportive throughout the way. It didn’t feel like I was being judged on my writing; it consistently felt like I was being helped on my writing. This mattered a lot to me.
3. The two fields of expertise that Aaron brought was incredible. Not only was his expertise as a professional writer invaluable, but his experience of reading countless other Personal Statements made it possible to put my essay in good perspective. All combined, Aaron provided clear direction of what to do, and what not to do. This aspect was something that I hadn’t really thought about before signing up.
4. The fast turnaround was great too. Aaron sent me back his edits and thoughtful comments within two days until we finalised them. This meant that we both didn’t lose momentum on the writing exercise and its content – this was important. (Having said that, please do give yourself a good two to three months to shape your essays.)
5. If you’re someone who’s not comfortable talking about yourself, then, again, you should try this service. I generally hate talking about myself in front of strangers, but hey, you have to do what you have to do, and it helped me a lot to have someone as a sounding board. In this regard, Aaron recommended a Diversity Statement topic based on my Resume in which I will be forever grateful.
Again, please try out the basic ‘Edit Once’ plan first. That’s what I did. Eventually, you’ll find yourself upgrading to the higher plans as I did. It was entirely worth it.
Thank you so much, Aaron!
ps. (I’m waiting to get results from a T14 school.)
I have already left my review, but I would like to give an update review, since I have been accepted by Harvard Law School! David has been enormously helpful throughout the whole process, and I can’t achieve this without the help of David. I’d recommend David to all of you!
Aaron Thier was extremely helpful. He was responsive and provided clear and specific feedback. I would definitely recommend him. Thank you!
Aaron was awesome! He gave great feedback, was quick with his input, and was very helpful. I’m still on the waitilist at Harvard and am pending with Columbia, but I know that his input was incredibly helpful!
David genuinely deserves all of the praise that you see here in these reviews. He went out of his way to help me with an Edit Once of my essay back in October – and at the end of March, my application has been positively received at two “top six” schools (one of which I applied with a below-median LSAT score).
When I reached out to David and his team, I felt stuck. I didn’t know if my personal statement read “well” or if I was completely overthinking it. After a 14-hour turnaround (!!), David helped change my mindset about my application. I felt a lot more confident about my essay – and the direction that I wanted to bring it towards.
I opted for the “Editor’s choice” – for the Editor to choose how to critique my essay (whether it be on my “big picture” narrative or on a line-by-line level). David’s feedback involved a mixture of both. When I read through David’s comments, I kept thinking to myself, “ah, this makes a lot of sense!” David pointed out certain sentences that I took for granted and needed contextualization for external readers (e.g. my undergraduate degree) – and additionally pointed out some unanswered questions that my essay raised.
I am so grateful to David and his team – and would recommend their services to any law school applicant.
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