Leothedog (2016-2017)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Northwestern University graph Accepted A $105,000 10/31/16 -- 11/17/16 01/19/17 11 days
Cornell University graph Accepted W $105,000 10/31/16 -- 11/02/16 02/21/17 11 days
University of Minnesota Twin Cities graph Accepted W $150,000 01/16/17 01/16/17 01/17/17 02/23/17 11 days
University of Virginia graph Waitlisted W 10/31/16 -- 11/03/16 02/17/17 11 days
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign graph Accepted W $150,000 11/02/16 -- 11/07/16 01/17/17 21 days
Ohio State University graph Accepted W $48,000 10/31/16 -- -- 11/14/16 1 month
College of William and Mary graph Accepted W $66,000 11/18/16 11/18/16 11/24/16 12/01/16 1 month
Temple University graph Accepted W $109,680 10/31/16 -- 11/03/16 12/19/16 1 month
Washington and Lee University graph Accepted W $120,000 11/02/16 -- -- 11/17/16 1 month

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5-9 Years

Extra Curricular Information

Significant work experience, non-traditional background, they will either love it or hate it!

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Here are my takeaways....

1- Study for the LSAT and I can recommend the book The LSAT Trainer, by Mike Kim. It's not as glossy as Kaplan etc. and it starts slow but I went up 6 points because of it.

2. Apply EARLY. My applications went in 10/30 and I still wish I had gotten them in earlier.

3. Put a lot of energy into every single communication you have with schools- not just applications but follow up emails, thank you'd, phone calls etc.

4. Apply for scholarships promptly.

5. Disclose!

6. If there is something weird or difficult in your background or anything that will leave Admissions people with questions about your suitability for their school, anticipate it and address it in your writing.

7. Aim HIGH. Apply everywhere you want to.

Good luck!

Visitor Comments

  • Congratulations!
  • Monday, March 06 2017 at 12:46 PM

This is an amazing cycle for you. Congratulations! Where do you think you'll go?

- t2cdragon
  • Friday, March 10 2017 at 09:10 AM

Thank you! I honestly didn't know what to expect when I started working on this whole thing a year ago, so I'm very happy. Right now I have a great offer from Cornell and I am waiting for financial aid info from Northwestern. So once I have that last piece of the puzzle I will be able to decide between those two!

- Leothedog
  • great advice
  • Monday, April 17 2017 at 02:44 PM

love your takeaways! hope they help someone in the future. looks like I'll be seeing you at NU in the fall.

- anotherdatapoint2017

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