BluRaptr (2020-2021)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law graph Accepted A $45,000 11/13/07 -- -- 01/18/08 12 years
University of Nevada Las Vegas graph Accepted W $45,000 12/13/07 -- -- 04/04/08 12 years
Arizona State University graph WL, Accepted W 11/26/07 -- -- 07/02/08 12 years
University of Houston graph WL, Rejected 11/28/07 -- -- 04/03/08 12 years
Chicago-Kent College of Law (IIT) graph Accepted D W $15,000 11/25/07 -- -- 05/12/08 13 years
Valparaiso University graph Accepted W $45,000 11/25/07 -- -- 12/20/07 13 years
University of Miami graph Accepted W 12/16/07 -- -- 01/14/08 13 years
Catholic University of America graph Accepted W 11/26/07 -- -- 12/23/07 13 years
Indiana University Bloomington graph Waitlisted ED 11/12/07 -- -- 03/14/08 13 years
American University graph Waitlisted 11/25/07 -- -- 02/22/08 13 years
George Washington University graph Rejected 12/01/07 -- -- 02/12/08 13 years
Ohio State University graph Rejected 11/28/07 -- -- 01/28/08 13 years
George Mason University graph Rejected 12/16/07 -- -- 01/10/08 13 years

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Demographic Information


Extra Curricular Information

-Debate team, 2 yrs.
-Student government, 2 yrs (Student Body President, 1 yr)
-Epsilon Pi Tau
-Currently work full-time as a Press Secretary


2/26/08 - Paid seat deposit for IU-Indy (refundable until April 10th, according to the admissions office) - its my first choice so far, but I'm still waiting for the rest of the decisions to come back (obviously).

3/14 - "Priority Wait list" for IU-Btown.

5/13 - Chicago-Kent accepts me into their Part-time program with $5k/yr scholarship. I'm not really considering it - I don't see a major benefit to go there over IU-Indy since there's such a huge cost savings for me at Indy and I'd prefer to practice in Indiana.

8/16 - IU-Indy offers me $15k/yr if I'm willing to switch to full-time program... I decide to take it. Tuition will be about 95% covered, with books and living expenses on my own. Seems like my best opportunity so far.

Visitor Comments

  • Thanks
  • Monday, January 14 2008 at 08:18 PM

Thanks for the comment. I think these schools are sadists, I applied to Hofstra in October, and just got a completion response. Our stats are pretty similar, so lets hope this is the year of the 159's.

- MurcieOne
  • Thanks
  • Sunday, March 09 2008 at 06:16 PM

...for the congrats. I hope you'll get in soon, too! It is good to be done, but this has been a really tough process. Good luck!

- lmcplatte
  • lsat scores
  • Tuesday, March 11 2008 at 07:00 PM

I just got a Kaplan logic game workbook at Barnes and Noble and studied that... and for the other sections, I just studied old LSATS (but only ones from the last 5ish years). Probably the biggest difference was that I felt more prepared so I didn't freak out on the day of the test!

- cocowena
  • IU-B Waitlist
  • Tuesday, March 18 2008 at 07:07 AM

I didn't actually read the letter because it went to my parents' house and they called me. My mom told me it said something like "applicants on the priority waitlist have a high probability of acceptance" or something, but I didn't have her read it to me in full because I intend to withdraw. I'm actually pretty perplexed about having been waitlisted there. It was the closest thing to a safety I had (I know I applied high), and I have better acceptances. But c'est la vie. Good luck to you, though!

- ressentiment
  • IU-B
  • Tuesday, April 01 2008 at 06:57 AM

Hi there fellow priority WL. My letter also said beginning around May 22nd for acceptances. It also said there is a "high likelihood" of being accepted. In a more encouraging note, another fellow I know on LSN was on the priority WL for a day. He got the letter one day and then an accpetance email the next. I'm sure this is not the norm, but at least they are true to their word that they take people off of the list. Keep your fingers crossed!

- olderandwiser
  • Friday, April 18 2008 at 10:37 PM

I was on the priority waitlist during the 05-06 cycle and ended up getting in around mid-April WITH a scholarship. G'luck.

- drackoe

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