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Northwestern ‘25/DM for editing
= Admissions editing/consulting pricing and start-up help =

I'm an incoming 1L at Northwestern and created a new Reddit account/subreddit to get into admissions editing/consulting. I did well in my cycle withat multiple T14s. My current plan is to offer extensive draft edits for $20. Is my pricing reasonable? I don’t want to fleece people

Also, I made a couple of LSAT/law admissions youtube videos and linked them on my subreddit. My cycle recap is there too. Is there anything else I can post to increase credibility? All thoughts are appreciated. Thanks!
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The subreddit for law school admissions discussion. How to get into American and Canadian law schools. Help with law school personal statements, application requirements, and admissions chances

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