3kids (2016-2017)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
# Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
48 University of Arizona F graph Accepted A $93,000 09/09/16 09/09/16 09/13/16 11/18/16 16 days
57 University of Nebraska Lincoln F graph Accepted W $107,076 09/09/16 09/09/16 09/12/16 11/21/16 16 days
62 University of Nevada Las Vegas F graph Accepted W $85,200 10/04/16 10/05/16 10/05/16 12/05/16 22 days
44 University of Utah F graph Accepted W 10/08/16 10/10/16 10/14/16 12/23/16 22 days
25 Arizona State University F graph Accepted W $45,000 10/17/16 10/18/16 10/18/16 10/24/16 22 days

Applicant Information

Criminal Justice
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information


Extra Curricular Information

Military Veteran
Father of three
AAS in Paralegal/Law
Full-time work during AAS
Part-time work during BA (police station)


*All rankings updated per 2018 US News Rankings.

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3/28 Just got back from my trip to Arizona Law. It was great! I love the familial feel of Arizona Law and I'm pumped to start in the Fall. The only bad part of the trip was being back home and realizing I have to wait 5 months until I start. If you're on the fence about Arizona Law get down there and visit. I'm sure it's not a perfect fit for everyone, but everything clicked for me and I fell in love with the school.

**To anyone discouraged by their first LSAT score, let me tell you that it royally sucked opening that email and seeing 153 the first time around. I was an idiot and literally only took 2 practice tests to study (though my lack of studying was largely a time management problem). It was an excellent opportunity for me to decide if I actually wanted to become a lawyer. I still didn't get much practice for the second test (just went through the SuperPrep book) but 8 points was all I needed to land what I consider awesome offers. Don't get discouraged by your first test, rededicate yourself (if this is really what you want to do) and kill it!

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