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Essays That Will Get You Into Business School by Dan Kaufman
Essays That Will Get You Into Law School by Dan Kaufman
Essays That Will Get You Into Medical School by Dan Kaufman

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  2. Medical School Admission Requirements (MSAR) 2010-2011: The Most Authoritative Guide to U.S. and Canadian Medical Schools by Association of American (*) Colleges (2001)
  3. Guide to Medical and Dental Schools by Saul Wischnitzer (1997)
  4. Graduate Admissions Essays: Write Your Way into the Graduate School of Your Choice by Donald Asher (1991)
  5. Get into Medical School: A Guide for the Perplexed, Second Edition by Kenneth V. Iserson (1997)
  6. How to Get Into the Top Law Schools by Richard Montauk (2001)
  7. Education for Action, 4E by Joan Powell (2001)
  8. Careers for Night Owls & Other Insomniacs by Louise Miller (1995)
  9. Kaplan Newsweek Law School Admissions Adviser (Get Into Law School) by Kaplan (2000)
  10. The Best 300 Business Schools, 2011 Edition by Nedda Gilbert (2004)
  11. Medical School Interviews by George Lee (2006)
  12. The Latina/o Pathway to the Ph.D.: Abriendo Caminos by Jeanett Castellanos (2006)
  13. Career Opportunities in the Sports Industry by Shelly Field (1999)
  14. Great Personal Statements for Law School by Paul Bodine (2006)
  15. Decision Guides: Graduate Programs in Arts and Architecture by Peterson's (2003)

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