9570 (2019-2020)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
# Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Loyola University Chicago PT graph WL, Accepted 03/01/17 -- -- 07/21/17 3 years
University of The District of Columbia graph Accepted 07/06/17 -- -- 08/02/17 3 years
Howard University graph Rejected 03/01/17 -- -- 04/20/17 3 years
Catholic University of America graph Rejected 03/01/17 -- -- 07/07/17 3 years
George Washington University graph Rejected 03/01/17 -- -- 07/19/17 3 years
1 Georgetown University graph Rejected 03/01/17 -- -- 07/31/17 3 years
American University graph WL, Rejected 03/01/17 -- -- 08/23/17 3 years

Applicant Information

Public D1
Political Science
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

3-4 Years

Extra Curricular Information

Super strong campus softs.


Super strong professional softs and recommendations.

Visitor Comments

  • Cold Wash
  • Tuesday, August 29 2017 at 03:58 PM

I joined this community only to help folks in similar situations: non-competitive numbers (even terrible in my case), but an otherwise outstanding "life" performance. I applied to most schools that were "out of my league" numbers wise, but for the next person, I wouldn't say so. I believe due to my interaction with each of these schools' admissions committees, that I would've definitely had a more favorable outcome overall had I applied early in the process. My biggest insights are insights most folks know, but I will underscore: APPLY EARLY Retake the LSAT if you KNOW you can do better (even the June one after you've applied/got decisions). Don't give up - admissions committees will entertain *NEW* info even after a decision has been made. Apply to all the schools you want to go to, regardless of whether you think you'll get in. As you'll see, you may be rejected by lesser ranked schools and actually accepted by a better one.

- 9570
  • Thursday, August 31 2017 at 07:27 PM

Hi, 9570, Thank you for this. I am one of those folks with non-competitive numbers. Pretty much every school I'm applying to is a reach for me. Some schools I know I have zero chance of getting in, but I'm applying anyway because you never know unless you try.

- 16YearWait

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