LegallyBrunette_93 (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
New York Law School graph Accepted 01/20/17 -- -- 02/28/17 3 years
Hofstra University graph Accepted ED $127,500 01/13/17 01/16/17 01/16/17 02/16/17 3 years
University of South Carolina graph Pending $68,000 01/19/17 01/20/17 -- 02/10/17 3 years
Rutgers Law School graph Accepted $18,000 01/20/17 01/20/17 01/24/17 02/13/17 3 years
Stetson University graph Accepted $105,000 01/20/17 01/20/17 02/25/17 02/02/17 3 years
Cardozo-Yeshiva University graph Pending 01/26/17 -- 01/26/17 -- 3 years
Seton Hall University graph Pending 01/26/17 -- -- -- 3 years
Brooklyn Law School graph Pending 01/20/17 -- -- -- 3 years

Applicant Information

Criminal Justice and Psycholog
1150 out of 4398

Demographic Information

New Jersey
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

Deans List (both schools-I transferred from a 2 year)
High Honors in Criminal Justice
Academic Scholars award for Criminal Justice
Graduated Cum Laude and top 25% of class
Founding member of my sorority
Executive board secretary of my sorority
Visited children in hospital each semester
Volunteer experience in local family court house as a child placement review board member
Trained CASA volunteer
Worked through 5 years of school as a healthcare technician
I'm positive one LOR was great, and the other one was probably pretty good.
First gen college student (grad and undergrad)


My LSAC Degree Summary GPA: 3.02
My LSAC Cumulative GPA: 3.27
My UNDERGRAD Cumulative GPA: 3.53
My MAJOR GPA in Criminal Justice: 3.88

Reason for dif GPAs: I went from my first semester as pre-med with two F's and a Withdrawal to a double major (I added Criminal Justice to my already completed Psyc major) and I got straight A's in that subject. I wrote an addendum for schools to view my undergrad transcript, so they could see the increase in grades throughout my undergrad career.

Accepted with a $35,000 per year scholarship (Academic excellence merit based)
Condition: Maintain 2.25 GPA

Acceptance via email!
Scholarship ($6,000 a year) details (aka requirements and such) to come in the mail with my acceptance letters in 5-7 days.

Acceptance via snail mail!
Very cute decorated envelope (on the back) from people (I'm assuming) work in admissions.
Scholarship was a $500 a year with a reduced admission cost from around $51k to around $28k, overall reducing my admission by $70k throughout three years.

Visitor Comments

  • Congratulations on all your acceptances!
  • Monday, February 13 2017 at 09:59 PM

Can you tell me the difference between LSAC Degree Summary GPA and LSAC Cumulative GPA?? My degree/major GPA is a 3.81 but I used an online calculator and maths'd my LSAC GPA at 3.1 but is there somewhere legitimate you went to find those numbers? Congratulations on all your acceptances! I love that you're updating with specifics, it's super helpful. I am also applying to Rutgers, Yeshiva, and Hofstra. Which way are you leaning based on your acceptances so far? Or are you holding out for someone special ;)

- laur417

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