Avandore96 (2018-2019)

Views: 643     User Since: 01/16/19

Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Accepted 10/17/18 -- 01/19/19 01/15/19 4 days
Boston University graph Accepted 11/13/18 -- 01/14/19 02/11/19 5 days
Loyola Law School graph Accepted 10/03/18 -- 10/30/18 11/14/18 5 days
University of Wisconsin Madison F graph Accepted $48,000 10/04/18 -- -- 12/20/18 18 days
University of California Hastings graph Accepted 10/03/18 -- -- 01/16/19 1 month
Northwestern University graph Pending ED 10/03/18 -- -- 12/17/18 1 month
Vanderbilt University graph Pending 11/13/18 -- -- -- 1 month
University of Virginia graph Pending 10/03/18 -- 01/03/19 -- 1 month
University of Southern California F graph Pending 01/10/19 -- 01/11/19 -- 1 month
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign graph Accepted $66,000 10/08/18 -- -- 12/20/18 1 month
Loyola University Chicago graph Accepted $84,000 10/16/18 -- 11/27/18 01/14/19 1 month
Cornell University F graph Pending 10/10/18 -- -- -- 1 month
Washington University in St Louis F graph Accepted $90,000 10/03/18 -- -- 10/24/18 1 month

Applicant Information

157
3.83
N/A
Private CA University
English/Theater
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

N/A
Illinois
Non-URM Latina
Female
5-9 Years

Extra Curricular Information

I didnt intend to post stats initially, but after going through this application cycle, I wanted to encourage people who think they dont have a shot to apply. Based on Reddit threads and pretty much every law school predictor algorithm, I had almost no chance of getting into top schools, but none of those things account for your life and work experience and what you bring to the table as a person and not as a walking standardized test score. Yes, study as hard as you can and re-take if you can, but if life circumstances dont allow you that privilege (FT job/school, kids, immigration, true economic hardship, etc.), APPLY ANYWAY. You are more than an LSAT score and I've noticed there are almost no cheerleaders on law school threads encouraging people with less than ideal scores to apply. This gave me so much anxiety while I was applying and I hope to counter some of that negativity. Some schools truly do look at your application holistically. Best of luck to everyone this cycle and next, shoot as high as you can, you might be surprised where you land!

Softs
-PhD in Comparative Literature, specializing in Holocaust Studies
-MA in English
-Founder of a non-profit working in refugee resettlement
-10 yrs work experience, 3 years working for the European Union Center at U of Illinois
-Complicated family immigration situation that influenced my application
-2 kids

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

12/17- rolled over to RD @ Northwestern

2/6- interview request @ Cornell

Visitor Comments

  • Friday, January 18 2019 at 09:00 PM

Congratulations! Truly inspiring background - well deserved.

- futureRBG
  • Monday, January 21 2019 at 10:51 PM

Thank you! Congratulations on your ED acceptance as well.

- Avandore96
  • Friday, February 08 2019 at 12:43 PM

Big congratulations on Wisconsin, that is a very well ranked law school, and we all know how important rank is in this field.

- CreativeThinker

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