The team at Accepted is pleased to welcome Christine Carr as a new consultant.
Christine has an A.B. from Harvard College, and M.Ed. from Suffolk University in Boston, with a concentration in Higher Education Administration. She has admissions experience in undergraduate, MBA, and law school admissions.
Christine most recently served as associate director of admissions at Boston University School of Law. During her tenure there, she read over 10,000 personal statements. She counselled thousands of students through the application process, telling that there is no secret formula to being admitted to law school. However, she believes that there is a formula for making your application come alive and differentiate you from all the other applicants through the “quantifiable” (LSAT/GRE and GPA) and “qualifiable” (essays, letters of recommendation, possible interview, and other components) elements of the law school application.
While the quantifiable components are important, they don’t tell your whole story. The qualifiable components are what make your two-dimensional application into a three-dimensional you.
Christine helps clients bring their law school applications to life. Her years of experience have given her insights into what the adcoms are looking for, how to make your application pop for the committees, and assists applicants present their best selves to law schools.
Christine would be honored to help you attend that law school of your dreams. And we here at Accepted are honored to have Christine as part of our team.