2 _ Get extra curricula _ If you're still in secondary school think about writing your personal statement after college. Think about something which will make you stand out. A lot of students won't have any legal work experience at this stage; you can really set yourself apart if you can get some. Even if you're in the second year of college it's not too late _ ask for some work experience at your local firm, even if it's for 2 days. You should really try and get at least one extra curricular law activity on your CV. You can also arrange a court visit at your local court. This could be a good chance to make contacts too. It could open the door to a shadowing opportunity _ shadowing any court staff will be exceedingly valuable.
What separates the half that was accepted from the half that wasn't? One of the factors is the medical school personal statement. A strong medical school personal statement can really make a huge difference in getting accepted and rejected.