Ahchoo01 (2017-2018)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Western State University graph Accepted $27,220 11/29/05 -- -- 04/13/06 12 years
Loyola Law School graph Waitlisted 11/18/05 12/08/05 -- 04/13/06 12 years
University of San Francisco graph Accepted W 11/21/05 11/22/05 12/08/05 02/22/06 12 years
Washington and Lee University F graph Rejected 11/16/05 -- -- 03/28/06 12 years
Santa Clara University graph Accepted W 10/30/05 -- 11/15/05 12/23/05 12 years
University of the Pacific F graph Accepted $30,000 11/05/05 11/08/05 11/28/05 12/06/05 12 years
Penn State University (Dickinson) F graph Accepted $18,000 12/15/05 -- -- 01/25/06 12 years
Whittier Law School graph Accepted $90,000 11/15/05 11/21/05 -- 01/18/06 12 years
University of California Davis graph Rejected 11/30/05 12/02/05 -- 03/22/06 12 years
Chapman University graph Accepted $18,000 11/10/05 -- 11/23/05 01/24/06 12 years
California Western School of Law graph Accepted $61,000 11/25/05 12/08/05 -- 01/05/06 12 years
University of San Diego PT graph Accepted 11/07/05 -- -- 01/14/06 12 years
Southwestern University School of Law graph Accepted 11/19/05 12/12/05 -- 01/14/06 12 years
Case Western Reserve University graph Accepted 11/10/05 11/16/05 -- 12/27/05 12 years
University of Minnesota Twin Cities graph Rejected 11/15/05 -- 12/02/05 12/23/05 12 years
Boston College graph Rejected 11/01/05 -- -- 12/20/05 12 years
University of California Hastings graph Pending 11/30/05 12/13/05 -- -- 12 years
University of Southern California graph Pending 11/28/05 12/12/05 -- -- 12 years

Applicant Information

158
3.24
3.36
Public-UC
Biology
N/A

Demographic Information

Riverside
California
Asian-Vietnamese
Male
N/A

Extra Curricular Information

Minor in Poli Sci - there was no place to put that above
1 yr - Program Coordinator for residence halls
1 yr - Cultural and Educational Programmer for the Asian and Pacific Students Programs Department
2 yrs - Elected senate representative for the Associated Students (autonomous student govt.)
1 yr - Vice Chair for the Student Senate
Sat on a number of committees
Received Chancellor's Scholarship
Interned at the Districty Attorney's Office for Riverside County
- got some great recs from a few awesome attorneys

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Took LSAT twice-not my original plan but hey, neither was law school.
- Oct 04 - 156, Oct 05 -160
Originally started on a 7-yr med school track....look where that got me! Haha.

*Scholarship amounts are over 3 years

U.O.P. - large 8.5 by 11 envelope - Honors at Entrance - 1st yr books
UPDATE - (2-8-06) Received an award letter - Dean's Scholarship, $10,000/yr renewable

Boston College - small white envelope...like that was a surprise. Well, it was probably a waste of money but it's always nice to hope.

Santa Clara - small white envelope. They tricked me!

U. of Minnesota - small white envelope -blah....it's cold there anyways

Case Western - regular business sized envelope

California Western - They actually sent me two letters (both in small envelopes) within a day of eachother. Don't really know why as both had basically the same information.
UPDATE - Received award letter - Dean's Scholarship for Ethnic and Cultural Diversity: 1st year tuition (renewable at 1/2 tution thereafter) + books

Chapman University - Merit Scholarship: 60% 1st year tuition

Whittier - Dean's Scholarship: Full tuition renewable

University of San Francisco: Large yellow/cream envelope

University of California, Davis: Small white envelope

University of San Diego: Large yellowish envelope

Visitor Comments

  • UoP
  • Friday, December 16 2005 at 11:43 AM

Congrats! That's awesome!

- Geetar
  • Thanks...
  • Saturday, December 17 2005 at 10:22 AM

Congratulations on your acceptance as well, we might see each other @ SF or Santa Clara instead. I noticed you applied to those schools also.

- jason1114
  • How did Case
  • Monday, January 02 2006 at 07:16 AM

notify you?

- partyguy708
  • Nice Job thus far
  • Saturday, January 07 2006 at 07:01 AM

Just wanted to say that you have a great list of acceptances thus far. I bet you must of been happy with the Case acceptance. I am sure that you will get many more.

- RockyMarciano
  • scholarship
  • Saturday, January 28 2006 at 04:52 AM

full tuition 1st year, 1/2 tuition 2nd and 3rd years.

- burr33
  • Tough Choices...
  • Thursday, February 09 2006 at 09:14 AM

Right now, even with the money from McGeorge, I think I am leaning towards SCU. I went to the Reception and I enjoyed myself a lot. Also... As a computer geek, I think I am most interested in IP (that could change, I dunno), and SCU's IP course offerings are very extensive. I also am considering that normally SCU rates much higher than McGeorge, and this year's ratings are probably a fluke. I also have heard great things about SCU's alumni network... I dunno, I am lost... What are you thinking? Are you going on the 3rd or the 10th?

- jason1114
  • RE: UoP
  • Thursday, February 09 2006 at 01:25 PM

Still waiting to hear back from other schools before making any sort of preference. NY is really expensive, especially in comparison to Sacramento. We'll see though. I'm going on the 10th to Sac. Let me know how it goes

- Geetar
  • cal west
  • Friday, February 10 2006 at 03:57 PM

hey! it looks like we're twins. im also viet, took the lsat twice, 148 and 159. and got into usd pt. im plannng on going ot the cal west preview day. i dont plan to go though there though. but i dont mind a free weekend. soi suppose i'll see you there!

- manwithaplan
  • Chapman scholarship
  • Monday, February 13 2006 at 02:38 PM

Did they inform you of the scholarship upon acceptance? Or were you sent a separate letter afterward. Thanks

- SunDevilA
  • Another UCR person
  • Wednesday, February 15 2006 at 03:28 AM

Congrats on all the acceptances! And the full tuition scholarship, too! Do you know where you're leaning towards? It's tough having a lot of options, huh! But in a good way!!! Congrats again.

- ldionne70
  • areas of interest
  • Friday, February 17 2006 at 03:36 AM

I think I have an interest in IP... but I don't have a BS background, so that might end up limiting. I'd really like to get into sports and entertainment law, though, so I don't know if the lack of a BS would be a problem. If I'd only known about the BS req!! And, if I'd only known I wanted to go to law school!! How about you? What interests you? Looks like you'd be set up real well to go into IP, if you wanted, and SCU has a really high ranking in that field.

- ldionne70
  • usd
  • Wednesday, February 22 2006 at 12:49 PM

yessir...in fact i am going ot the usd admit day on march 6th. looks like we're thinking on the same wavelegnth. If you use aim or msn email me and we can talk up applications war stories.

- manwithaplan
  • narrowing the options
  • Monday, February 27 2006 at 03:05 AM

I just visited Northwestern in Chicago, and both the school and the city were really impressive. I'll probably hold off on making a decision, but I have a hard time not seeing myself going to NU. I've had my eyes on this school and city for a while, so I'm pretty well sold!!

- ldionne70
  • UoP Legal Scholars Day
  • Monday, March 06 2006 at 05:08 AM

How was it?

- Geetar
  • yep
  • Tuesday, March 07 2006 at 04:35 PM

i went, i counted 3 or 4 asian guys there, so we had a 25& chance of seeing each other and not knowing it. I was sitting on the way back with the half empty table bc i walked in at 9:15. I thought it was ok. the school was very blah for me, im used to a huge school like sdsu so this was very different. i dont kow if my mind has been swayed ot go there yet. what did you think? what school are you leaning toward?

- manwithaplan
  • going on the 10th...
  • Wednesday, March 08 2006 at 03:50 AM

You said you were going to McGeorge on the third, how did you like it?

- jason1114
  • UoP
  • Friday, March 10 2006 at 08:56 AM

Had to cancel my trip to McG last minute, so thanks for the info..using all sources that I can!

- Geetar
  • USD!
  • Friday, March 17 2006 at 05:05 AM

Are you considering taking $ and going to a school not as good as say, USD? I haven't been put in that position yet, but if I am, I have no idea what I'd do! I think right now USD is my top choice...unless I get into LMU or Brooklyn. Have you visited either Cal Western or USD? I think I'm going to go visit this weekend because I'm interested in USD and my boyfriend is looking at Cal Western.

- rperahia
  • penn state
  • Saturday, March 18 2006 at 08:26 AM

hey congrats on the acceptances, but hey if your not planning to attend penn state, could you please withdraw your application so us waitlisters have a shot...lol thanks!

- osamai
  • No idea!
  • Tuesday, March 21 2006 at 04:58 AM

To be honest, I have no clue where I'm going to end up! I know deposits are due soon, and I will probably send one in to USD, but I haven't heard back from enough schools to make my decision. I think USD would be a good fit though. I'm from SoCal, and my boyfriend will probably be at Cal Western..so we'll see. I'm going down to SD this weekend to take a tour of both schools. I hope I like it!

- rperahia
  • No idea!
  • Tuesday, March 21 2006 at 04:58 AM

To be honest, I have no clue where I'm going to end up! I know deposits are due soon, and I will probably send one in to USD, but I haven't heard back from enough schools to make my decision. I think USD would be a good fit though. I'm from SoCal, and my boyfriend will probably be at Cal Western..so we'll see. I'm going down to SD this weekend to take a tour of both schools. I hope I like it!

- rperahia
  • USF
  • Friday, March 24 2006 at 07:18 AM

What do you know about USF? Worth the arm and leg?

- lewisrocca
  • Cal Western
  • Thursday, March 30 2006 at 10:56 AM

Have you visited yet? What's the atmosphere like? At this point, I'm starting to lean toward CW, but I can't decide!

- roadrunner
  • Jeff cannot follow directions.
  • Sunday, April 09 2006 at 05:40 AM

Hi, congrats on your acceptances, do you mind withdrawing from Chapman considering you have been admitted to higher ranked schools? Thanks in advance

- Jeff
  • hey
  • Thursday, April 13 2006 at 03:45 PM

so, i got wierd post from someone right after you claiming to be in the know. they say that all the decisions sent out this week are waitlists...i don't put much stock in it. if i don't get into lmu or davis i'm doing to usd. i sent my deposit in to usd already, just to save a space. i think realistically this is where i ll be going. if i was you i'd choose usd over cal west. if money is a huge factor for you than i understand how cal west can be tempting. but usd is much more established an well respected. people actually know it exists in southern california, can the same be said for cal west, or southwest for that matter? usd pt isnt bad, its really easy to transfer to ft after the first year, and from what the dean told me, about 75% of pt students dop this. what are your thoughts? good luck!

- manwithaplan
  • Congrats!
  • Thursday, December 14 2006 at 12:06 AM

Oh my goodness! where do you go to law school now?

- t

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