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Michelle Hubbard

About Michelle Hubbard

An admissions consultant with Kaplan, I've been working with law and graduate school applicants for over 13 years, and was named Graduate Consultant of the year in 2006 and 2008. Having a Juris Doctorate degree and being a published author merge with my admissions consulting experience to make me especially effective with the essay and Resume portions of the application. I received my BSL and JD degrees from Glendale University College of Law. I am very grateful to live in Hawaii, and when not helping my clients I am actively involved in Unity Church of Hawaii.
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Applying to Law School? Stressed? Find help here…

You’re carrying a full class load and studying extra hours to keep that GPA up and score well on the LSAT. You’re involved in community/volunteer service and extracurricular activities, finals are coming up, you have a part-time job that’s looking…

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Transferring after your first year of Law School

-You’ve had a great first year and now want to transfer to your dream school-

Even if you weren’t initially accepted to your dream school, that doesn’t mean your dream is dead. Having a stellar first year of law school,…

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Law School Application Spotlight: Work Experience – Is it Necessary?

All of your applications ask for a resume, but you’ve just graduated and haven’t worked much at all, especially in your related field. Or have you?
“Work Experience” means something different to an admissions committee than it does to a…

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Law School Spotlight on: The Personal Statement – Brainstorming

This is a continuing series of blogs from our team of Admissions Consultants here at Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions, showcasing various facets of a candidate’s law school application. Click here for more information on Admissions Consulting from Kaplan, including…

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Prepping for Law School: It’s the summer of my freshman year, what should I do now?

One of the most frequently asked questions we get here at Kaplan for prospective law students is “how should I spend my summer.” Well, for the next few weeks, if you’re a freshman, sophomore, junior, senior… or beyond… our team…

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The Worst Personal Statement I’ve Ever Read

The law school application process is certainly not easy to navigate. After the LSAT, applicants are often most challenged while tackling their personal statement. Last month, our team of Admissions Consultants here at Kaplan share their insights on what makes…

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The Best Personal Statement I’ve Ever Read

The law school application process is certainly not easy to navigate. After the LSAT, applicants are often most challenged while tackling their personal statement. This month, our team of Admissions Consultants at Kaplan will share with you their insights on…

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“Why I’d Want To Go To Law School Today”

Choosing to apply to and attend law school is a decision that should not be made lightly, especially in today’s legal job market. This month, our team ofAdmissions Consultants at Kaplan will discuss what should be part of your thought process when…

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Law School Application Spotlight: Work Experience: Is it Necessary?

All of your applications ask for a resume, but you’ve just graduated and haven’t worked much at all, especially in your related field. Or have you?
"Work Experience" means something different to an admissions committee than it does to a…

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Law School Spotlight on the Personal Statement: Brainstorming

This is a continuing series of blogs from our team of Admissions Consultants here at Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions, showcasing various facets of a candidate’s law school application. For the next four weeks, we’ll be focusing extensively on the…

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