505050 (2017-2018)

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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Duke University F graph Waitlisted W 10/14/17 -- -- 10/31/17 3 years
University of California Berkeley F graph Waitlisted W 10/13/17 -- -- 12/14/17 3 years
Georgetown University F graph Waitlisted W 10/16/17 -- -- 12/20/17 3 years
University of Pennsylvania F graph Waitlisted W 10/12/17 -- -- 01/26/18 3 years
University of Virginia graph Accepted W 10/12/17 -- -- 02/28/18 3 years
New York University F graph Waitlisted W 10/27/17 -- -- 04/19/18 3 years
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Accepted A $120,000 10/12/17 -- -- 11/14/17 3 years
Yale University graph Rejected 10/29/17 -- -- 04/03/18 3 years
Harvard University graph Rejected 10/27/17 -- -- -- 3 years
Stanford University graph Rejected 10/27/17 -- -- 01/30/18 3 years

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Took the LSAT 4 times: 166, 167, 166, 173

My feeling from this cycle is that having taken the LSAT 4 times is partly responsible for my waitlists, although I wrote an addendum explaining why I took it 4 times (No serious reason other than I thought I could do better and explained as much in the addendum). I'd imagine that attempting to go straight to law school from undergrad was also a factor.

If I could go back and change one thing, I would have written the optional essay for all of the schools.

I wrote Why Xs for Umich and UVA

I visited UVA's campus and had an on site interview. If they're slow getting back to you and you're able, I would recommend scheduling a visit and asking to speak to an admissions advisor as a way to have your interview. I was admitted after my interview, but later told that "scholarship aid had run out."

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