Midwestprincesse (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
St. Thomas University - Florida graph WL, Accepted 01/24/12 -- -- 02/06/12 5 years
Creighton University graph WL, Rejected 02/23/12 02/24/12 -- 03/15/12 5 years
Florida Coastal School of Law graph Accepted $12,000 12/03/11 12/05/11 -- 12/12/11 5 years
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law graph Rejected 01/01/12 01/02/12 01/06/12 -- 5 years
Indiana University Bloomington graph Rejected 01/01/12 01/04/12 -- 04/25/12 5 years
Chapman University PT graph Rejected 02/05/12 02/06/12 -- -- 5 years
Thomas Jefferson School of Law graph Accepted $24,000 01/22/12 -- -- 02/17/12 5 years
Whittier Law School graph Rejected 01/22/12 01/23/12 -- 04/03/12 5 years
University of South Carolina graph Rejected 01/07/12 01/09/12 01/17/12 03/30/12 5 years
Hamline University graph Rejected 12/23/11 12/27/11 01/07/12 03/22/12 5 years
University of San Diego PT graph Rejected 01/12/12 01/17/12 -- 03/21/12 5 years
John Marshall Law School - Chicago graph Rejected 12/23/11 12/27/11 -- 03/20/12 5 years
University of Wisconsin Madison graph Rejected 12/05/11 12/06/11 12/14/11 03/20/12 5 years
University of Miami graph Rejected 02/27/12 -- -- 03/10/12 5 years
Ave Maria University School of Law graph Accepted 12/14/11 12/15/11 12/19/11 03/08/12 5 years
Loyola Law School PT graph Rejected 01/16/12 -- -- 03/05/12 5 years
University of Arkansas Fayetteville graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 5 years
Stetson University graph Rejected 01/24/12 01/26/12 -- -- 5 years
Hofstra University PT graph Rejected 01/12/12 01/17/12 -- 03/01/12 5 years
Tulane University graph Rejected 12/16/11 12/19/11 12/19/11 02/16/12 5 years
Florida International University graph Rejected 12/04/11 12/05/11 -- 01/04/12 5 years
Drake University graph Rejected 01/02/12 01/03/12 01/18/12 -- 5 years
University of California Irvine graph Rejected 01/12/12 01/13/12 -- 02/03/12 5 years
University of St. Thomas - Minneapolis graph Rejected 01/07/12 01/09/12 -- 01/31/12 5 years
Nova Southeastern University graph Accepted 12/23/11 12/27/11 -- 01/27/12 5 years
Barry University School of Law graph Accepted 12/14/11 12/15/11 -- 01/06/12 5 years
Marquette University graph Rejected 12/16/11 12/19/11 12/19/11 01/19/12 5 years
Charlotte School of Law graph Accepted 12/03/11 12/05/11 01/06/12 01/13/12 5 years
Michigan State College of Law graph Rejected 12/04/11 12/05/11 12/20/11 01/10/12 5 years
DePaul University graph Rejected 12/14/11 12/15/11 01/05/12 -- 5 years
Thomas M Cooley Law School graph Accepted 11/21/11 11/22/11 -- -- 5 years

Applicant Information

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Big Ten
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Demographic Information

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Caucasian
Female
Yes
5-9 Years

Extra Curricular Information

Big 10 Undergrad school
Masters earned in 2009

Interned for important national county HQ and was involved with local campaign efforts and beyond.
Involved in Alpha Phi Omega and won awards through this involvement.
Interned at top notch sports organizations.
Currently work in community relations for a large health care firm.

Will add more info later.

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

12/4 - First update of the site in awhile. Working on a bunch of applications. This will be a big application week the next few days. This is where the list stands as of now but I could add more as the process goes along. We'll see how frazzled my brain is.

Good luck on your cycle everyone!

12/5 - Submitted UW's application today. Big reach school but obviously I have to attempt it. Will keep working on the other applications. My list isn't in its final stages so I could add more to the mix. I'll see where it stands in the next 2-3 days and what's been accomplished.

Just as a side note, both FIU and MSU have quick response teams that are very cordial when emailed. I contacted them about an application correction today and shortly after, was given a response.

12/11 - Working on another bunch of applications. Hopefully getting them in later tonight. I'll also be rooting for Tebow even though he's playing against my fave team (Da Bears!).

Happy Holidays everyone!

12/12 - On my second cup of coffee as I type. Came across two interesting articles for all to keep in mind. The first is Forbes:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/deborahljacobs/2011/10/11/the-case-against-law-school/2/

Essentially, accept law school at your own debt risk. And I found the following quote the most intriguing, "A recent survey by U.S. News of the priciest law schools showed many in the $40,000 to $50,000 range. One thing the survey didn't measure (but I observed): there is no correlation between the price of tuition and the quality of the school."

The other article is more generic & also linked from Forbes:

http://www.forbes.com/pictures/mkl45emhe/miami-fla

Now this doesn't talk about the legal market, but it's still an important trend to note.

I won't normally link to articles, but I think it's important for a lot of people to be realistic with expectations before, during and post-law school because as the first article mentions, law isn't as glamorous as people think. Times have been changing and what is being talked about in these articles about law debt and job availability aren't just words in an article, but blunt reality. I know that about a year or so ago, I talked with a family friend who is an attorney (I worked one Summer for the firm - national law firm with many office locations). She talked about how there was a hold and downturn in the industry and to only pursue law school at this time if it was truly what I wanted because nothing would be guaranteed. I've always wanted law school and have been flexible with location, rank and cost. I'm fortunate. But I hope others examine all of the facts out there. Lecture over. :)

Back to coffee and applications.

12/16 - I've sent in more applications over the past few days. Relaxing weekend ahead - celebrating Christmas with both sides of the relatives (bringing out the Santa slippers and all - 'tis the season!). I probably won't get much time to look at applications, but I'll be submitting more Monday and Tuesday. I'm in a good zone. Or at least as good of a zone that you can be during this whole process. I always went into this process thinking that every school is a no until they're a yes. If you do that, you will get through it.

And for those in need of some cheer, I found an individual on LinkedIn (friend of a friend) who went to a non-brand name law school (won't say which one but people would literally think wow if they heard it) and he has a stellar (and I mean really stellar) resume of top notch organizations. Do not let others or this process get you down. Do your best and the rest will come back to you as positive karma. And when you receive or if you have already received your first (or more) acceptance(s), cherish them. Happiness now, debt later. :)

1/4/12 - Happy New Year everyone! I'm looking forward to all 2012 offers - tears or joy!

Just came across these recent article about LS:

http://www.jdjournal.com/2011/12/30/why-its-not-a-good-idea-to-go-to-law-school-straight-away/

I'm not in that particular boat, but I thought it was a good read for recent graduates nonetheless.

And then the most recent article:

http://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/law-admissions-lowdown/2012/01/02/look-for-these-3-law-school-trends-in-2012

I only cared about the third section. I strongly believe this is in large part due to loans. Do not go into debt if you can't handle the debt burden. I think a lot of people have lofty goals of what law school might be instead of what it actually is so really consider if this is the right step for you.

No news on the LS front, other than receiving the normal emails. I didn't expect to hear back so soon though so that's expected. I've applied to a lot more schools since my last update so now it's all just a waiting game. Thankfully, college bball exists to keep me entertained. :)

1/5 - Received my first ding of the law school season. Bye bye DePaul.
Accepted to Barry.

1/10 - Rejected at MSU. This one hurts more than the first rejection because it's a school tied to an athletic program.
Received my FIU rejection in the mail. Too bad - this school was one of the most reasonable on tuition price.

I don't expect to hear anything for awhile from the others. I've heard back from most of the first schools that I've applied to.

I have a trigger ear when it comes to the post service car though - haha.

1/19 - Just received the ding letter from Marquette. This one hurts because it's the closest to home.

The count stands at 4-4.

1/27 - Accepted to NSU via the conditional program option. I'm not ruling the program out and I do like Nova from what I've seen of it online. I'll make trips to all of the schools over the next few months.
Current temp in Ft. Lauderdale: 77.
Not too bad.

I still have a lot of schools to hear back from so I'm just doing my best to wait it all out. Going a bit crazy at times though. I think we all are. Good luck!

2/3 - Received denial from UC-Irvine and University of St. Thomas - MN in the mail. Bummed but still so many schools to hear from.

Count stands at 5-5 as of now.

2/6 - Just checked my St. Thomas - FL checker and I think I was WL'ed. Not sure what that means quite yet or how they handle WLs so we'll see what happens over the next few days.

2/11 - Received my ding letter from Drake in the mail a few days ago. No big shocker - would've been nice to go to school in such a political savvy part of the nation though. Also, received my WL from St. Thomas - FL. Will mail response on Monday. Count stands at 5-6-1.

In the process of planning a road trip to various states to check out regions/schools.

2/16 - No movement. Filled out FAFSA yesterday.
Scratch that: Denied at Tulane via status checker. Not as bummed as I thought I would be. A rejection always hurts, but surprisingly, I am at peace with it.

2/17 - Dinged at Stetson via email.
Accepted at TJSL via snail mail. Excited to have a West Coast option as part of the mix.

2/18 - Dinged at the U of Arkansas.
This is ok. I only applied because I heard that Fayetteville is gorgeous and as an out of state applicant, the tuition would've been very cheap.
Excited to tour the Southeastern States next week. Hello Atlantic Coast!

2/21 - Started the road trip with my parents to check out various schools.
Today, my dad and I did a drive-by of the campus IU-Indy. I took a few photos so if anyone is interested in these or other photos from the other schools mentioned, please let me know. The school is the main campus for the city of Indianapolis and is set amongst an urban backdrop but it has a more residential feel. I thought it was a nice campus and while I didn't go into the actual law school to tour it, it felt very collegiate.

2/22 - Dad and I drove through the states of Tennessee, Kentucky (love the twang) and arrived in North Carolina. We did a drive by of Charlotte School of Law. The law school has excellent parking conditions and is located just outside the city of Charlotte. The city of Charlotte is actually really cool. It's the outer skirts of the city that I'm concerned about without knowing much about it. The downtown area made me think of a Midwestern New York.
Mom flew in from NY to meet up with Dad and me.

2/23 - We drove back to the Charlotte campus to show it to Mom. Then we went to South Carolina and checked out U of South Carolina. I thought it would have a more residential feel, but it was more urban than I thought. Not good or bad, just different than what I was expecting. We also stopped in Savannah, GA and toured the DAR park in the region. I've never been to New Orleans so this was my go at seeing the South. Super cute houses.

2/24 - Arrived in Jacksonville and toured FCSL. Went on an official tour. Will update this later. Have other things to get to tonight so I will edit this section in the near future.

2/25 - Toured the Nova Southeastern campus. Went on an official tour. Spent time at the beach. Super windy. Will be checking out the Miami area out tomorrow.
There has been no movement via status checkers this past week. I thought there might be. Hopefully some movement comes next week. I'll still be in FL. but it would be nice.

2/26 - Toured the Miami region today. It was totally different than what I was expecting. Details to come later.

2/27 - Hung out in the Ft. Lauderdale for a bit longer. Drove through the downtown, stopped by the marina and drove through the campus one last time to see what it was like during the weekday.

2/28 - Will see Jacksonville's downtown area today. We'll head to Orlando in the afternoon. Depending on how quick the stops and driving takes, we may head over to the West Coast tonight too. We had planned to stop by the Jacksonville beach (it's FREE!), but the weather may not be the best so we may just head along to the next stop.

There hasn't been any movement but a simple in review status update. Since there was no movement last week, I at least expect a little movement this week.

2/29 - Toured the Tampa area. Have landed in Fort Myers. Love it here!

3/1 - Denied at Hostra. Not bummed at all about it. I thought I would apply to this one so that I would have options on the East Coast. Moving to the East Coast was never really appealing to me in general, but thought I should have at least one option available. For those interested, I applied to the part time option.

3/4 - Arrived home after two full days of driving with the parents. Overall, it was a solid trip. We put on 4,557 miles in 12 days and saw 11 different schools. Craziness.
Looking forward to collecting the mail that built up over the past two weeks while it was put on hold.
Missing the 80 degree temps already.

3/5 - Received official rejection letter from Tulane.
Received rejection from Loyola - LA. Bummed, but not bummed because I had applied to the PT Program and I really didn't want to have to deal with LA traffic if I didn't have to. Anyone who applies to LA schools thinking that even close commutes are going to be close has merely never experienced LA traffic.

3/8 - Top Gun is on tonight. Perfect status checker distraction!

3/10 - Rejected at Miami. This was a late application as I only recently saw the campus. It's always possible to transfer but not even thinking of those options at this stage.

3/13 - No movement on the school front.
Planning a trip to San Diego next week. Love CA so it should be fun! We'll also spend a couple days in Vegas. I've never been to Vegas in the daylight so I'm looking forward to this mini-vacay!
Finishing my NCAA Tourney bracket today - love the min-distraction!

3/21 - Have arrived in CA and have already consumed In N Out.
Since I last updated, I have been dinged at UW-Madison and JMLS.
I was put on hold with Creighton today.

3/22 - Received ding from USD via email. Received ding via status checker at Hamline.
Hanging out with fashiongirl at the USD ding bar.
Checking out various law schools today.

3/25 - Hanging out in Vegas for a few days.

3/30 - Ding letter from South Carolina today. I hear that SC is a pretty insular market to get in to so it's not a big loss. I did enjoy SC when I visited though.
Will be working on some LOCI's this weekend.

4/3 - Dinged at Whittier. Not bummed. Toured the school a week or so ago and wasn't impressed. I enjoyed the mock class, but the campus didn't feel right for me.
Interview tomorrow. Doing my best to not get too stressed about it. Sent out one LOCI today. Will send out a couple more in the next day or so.

4/22 - Four schools remaining to hear back from and per contact with three of them, I should know their decisions in the next couple of weeks.
Looking forward to Summer and can't wait for sunshine and boating. Storms, storms go away.

4/24 - Getting out of town for the night. Looking forward to it!

5/7 - All schools have officially sent me their decisions. My decision comes down to two schools, both which I have visited. I will spend the next few days considering these two schools, making a pro and con list. Then I will celebrate the decision, drink champagne, enjoy the Summer and start preparing for law school. Can't wait for the process to start wherever I go!

Visitor Comments

  • Friday, January 29 2010 at 05:43 PM

Hey! Just saw your comment; sorry for the slow reply. I am hoping on starting this fall, and I just sent in all my apps. What about you?

- cookiep2k
  • Friday, November 04 2011 at 11:47 AM

Thank you so much! Best wishes to you :)

- AttorneyToBe
  • For your Info!
  • Saturday, December 03 2011 at 03:29 AM

If you decide on applying to Cooley in Tampa, there is a Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cooley-Law-Tampa-Campus/232452423469782?sk=wall that someone started, if you are interested.

- concordgator
  • Monday, December 05 2011 at 12:17 PM

Let the waiting game begin! I'm glad you got those apps out! I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you that you get lots of acceptances and money coming your way!! As for me, I'm undecided if I'm applying to more schools or if I'm done. I think FIU is going to be my guinea pig school, if I get an acceptance there I might reach higher but if not, I certainly can't complain about the scholarship offers I've gotten so far!

- skell
  • Southeast
  • Monday, December 05 2011 at 06:05 PM

I'm not solely interested in the law schools in the southeast, it's just where I currently live and therefore an easy relocation. Plus, I do really love Florida and the beach in general. I am originally from Washington, but there are only a handful of schools in Oregon and Washington, and I have doubts about getting in at any of those, so mostly I've applied where I know I'd like to be. I'm not opposed to other places though!

- skell
  • hey
  • Tuesday, December 06 2011 at 07:20 AM

Yea, we are applying to the same schools. I am originally from Kansas so I am applying to places in that area. My top choice is Washburn, Charleston, UMKC, Nova in that order. My family went to Washburn and I know that it is a really good school. I just don't know if I have the numbers yet to get accepted. You should look into it.

- Smarj
  • Don't Really Have One
  • Tuesday, December 06 2011 at 03:22 PM

My heart is not set on any school. I am completely open. I will go wherever the best offer is. I am from the south, not the Midwest.

- amb8819
  • Complete
  • Tuesday, December 06 2011 at 06:49 PM

The list of schools on my profile is a complete list of the schools I've applied to.

- bethbeth519
  • Complete as in...
  • Tuesday, December 06 2011 at 06:50 PM

I'm not applying to any others.

- bethbeth519
  • Stetson
  • Monday, December 12 2011 at 11:28 AM

The school was a reach for me, I just applied bc I got a fee waiver.

- eas622
  • disappearing apps!
  • Monday, December 12 2011 at 02:27 PM

I see all your schools disappeared! Did you decide to not apply this cycle, or is there a site error? :)

- skell
  • Monday, December 12 2011 at 09:37 PM

Yes I would like to also know what happened to your list of schools? Thanks for the love!!!

- luvya683
  • visits
  • Wednesday, December 14 2011 at 06:44 AM

I haven't visited anywhere yet. I just kind of wanted to wait it out, and when I narrow it down to two or three, maybe then I'll visit to sort of make a determination or see if that helps!

- skell
  • Thanks!
  • Saturday, December 17 2011 at 06:17 AM

I appreciate the words of encouragement and re-classification. I hope AdComms agree with you! :D. When I was setting up my LSN account, I understood a "splitter" to be someone with a ~25%ile GPA and ~75%tile LSAT at one's target schools. In my case those schools were Cornell (3.51, 169) and Northwestern (3.4, 171). You're the second person to seem to disagree with that connotation so I'm sorry about being misleading on my LSN name. It was not my intention. :)

- Splitter2012
  • Thanks for the links.
  • Saturday, December 17 2011 at 06:20 AM

I enjoyed the Forbes articles Merry Christmas!

- Splitter2012
  • Answer
  • Monday, December 19 2011 at 04:16 PM

Thanks for your kind words. Honestly, I really wanted to go to Notre Dame, but my lackluster LSAT prevented me from being a serious candidate. Ultimately, I hope to practice somewhere in the Midwest so I'm considering either Big Ten schools or schools located close to Chicago. Always lived in the Midwest, and I do not plan on moving to another region anytime soon; however, I would definitely being willing to travel out-of-state if I really like the university. How about you? -Dan

- EthicalAttorney
  • LSAT Results
  • Tuesday, December 27 2011 at 06:04 PM

Just saw your comment - I am hoping for scores any day now!

- bird79
  • Thursday, January 05 2012 at 09:58 AM

The score I posted was my Dec 2011 LSAT score. Not very impressive. There was a huge issue and I only found out I actually was graduating undergrad and my abroad internship would let me work from home so I only had a week to prepare -_- I had started preparing for the Oct 2011 but stopped studying when I got the State Dept internship abroad. It;s complicated. I am applying to as many schools as possible, a lot of part times in hopes that the low score can get me somewhere and lower ranked full time programs. A little worried but I think Feb 2012 is too late in the game and if I do not get in this year I can take it in June and apply early action for Fall 2013. My numbers aren't that great but the rest of my application is very good. Hope something works out :-)

- ilawyer202
  • Resume
  • Thursday, January 05 2012 at 11:20 AM

I just got a new job after being out of work for a while so my updated resume will probably really help my apps

- eas622
  • Thursday, January 05 2012 at 03:42 PM

Thanks. As for my top choices, it's hard to say- it'll be whatever school is the highest ranked that accepts me and/or that gives me the best scholarship. I'm trying not to get my hopes up on one school.

- eas622
  • Sunday, January 08 2012 at 11:51 AM

What happened was I applied to BU ED for the full tuition scholarship, was deferred to the regular cycle and then was accepted. I'm waiting to see how much scholarship money I'm granted before I make a decision, since a BU education is not cheap!

- InGoodFaith
  • MSU/Capital Withdrawal
  • Wednesday, January 11 2012 at 10:03 AM

Midwest, thanks for your comment! After being accepted to Indianapolis with significantly more money, I can't justify attending either Capital or MSU. Not to say they aren't good schools, I have just decided to attend others. I know that school's would like to know early so they can distribute money to other applicants. Best of luck to you!

- tolson0123
  • Wednesday, January 11 2012 at 10:50 AM

That's good to know. It's nice to get it over with! Good luck on the rest of your cycle!

- colleenj87
  • Schools
  • Wednesday, January 11 2012 at 11:07 AM

For money reasons. I need to negotiate the schools against each other.

- EngineTumbler
  • Re: Top Choice
  • Thursday, January 12 2012 at 12:17 PM

Of the ones I have been accepted to: Charlotte (I know it's a new and relatively smaller school BUT the scholarship is awesome! Minimizing debt is key) Of all the schools I applied to: Alabama, Georgia, and Wake Forest were my top three choices (although, I found out today that I was rejected at Wake Forest) What about you??

- cjhilman
  • The Wait
  • Thursday, January 19 2012 at 07:29 AM

Not sure which book. But it should definitely be long. LOL. Maybe "War and Peace" or the Holy Bible in its entirety.

- alwayslovely
  • Cooley Open House
  • Thursday, January 19 2012 at 09:20 AM

If you are still interested in Cooley, there is an open house in Tampa on March 2nd.

- concordgator
  • Nova
  • Sunday, January 22 2012 at 05:40 AM

I received an email from Nova stating that my decision was ready and they gave me a username to log in and retrieve the letter. As for where I want to attend, I'm hoping FIU. I was just put on hold a few days ago so am hoping it turns out for the best. Good luck ! :)

- js91
  • TJSL
  • Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 09:22 PM

Sent in my application on January 9th and received my decision exactly 3 weeks after that.

- Hoping4Amiracle
  • Friday, February 03 2012 at 11:13 AM

You are so awesome and encouraging! How many schools do you have left to hear from and what is your first choice at this point?

- skell
  • TJSL
  • Friday, February 17 2012 at 07:55 AM

CONGRATS ON BEING ACCEPTED INTO THOMAS JEFFERSON!!!!!!

- luvya683
  • Oh..
  • Saturday, February 18 2012 at 08:51 PM

I live in NYC. So once I got admitted to a law school in NY State I withdrew from all schools out of the state. Its just Appl. and NESL got back to me before I was able to withdraw. I'm sure I would have had a decent chance to get into Barry and Ave.

- nyckiddo
  • Seton Hall
  • Thursday, March 01 2012 at 05:26 PM

It's not fair Seton Hall's Leo Program is free.

- luvya683
  • MSU
  • Friday, March 02 2012 at 06:07 AM

THANK GOD...I'M SOOOO HAPPY GO SPARTANS!!!

- luvya683
  • Monday, March 05 2012 at 06:57 PM

So what schools you looking at now? I see you have lots of updates! I am still waiting on a few more schools, including UDC, and the CLEO program. Grr!!

- ilawyer202
  • Thank you!
  • Wednesday, March 07 2012 at 08:37 AM

Hi there! Your comments made me feel so much better. It really is hard after getting rejected from your #1 school but it is best to pick yourself up and just get back into it. I'm having trouble getting back into my study groove and I would actually consider Chapman if I got at least a tiny bit of scholly money. Ultimately I will retake in June to see if I can do better. I know I am capable of more than a 158, I just knoooow it :) Loyola sucks btw, the traffic is LA is horrible! Oh and maybe we could email each other for motivation? I know I could use all the help I could get. I'm also interested in hearing where you'd like to go! Please feel free to email me at my email I left here and we shall keep in touch :) Best wishes!

- fashiongirl113
  • Hamiline
  • Saturday, March 10 2012 at 05:52 AM

I saw my decision when I check my app status online. It simply said Decision made Denied

- sheisdeterMINEd
  • Saturday, March 10 2012 at 05:53 AM

checked**

- sheisdeterMINEd
  • chapman
  • Saturday, March 10 2012 at 09:59 AM

applied in early january and heard back with a decision in late february

- Hoping4Amiracle
  • Quite the cycle...
  • Monday, March 12 2012 at 04:28 PM

It looks like you had a very eventful cycle. Lots of ups and downs with a nice roadtrip right in the middle of it. Hope you got into a school that is a good fit! Are you definitely planning on starting law school this year? Good luck with the rest of your apps!

- Splitter2012
  • Tuesday, March 13 2012 at 09:30 AM

My position hasn't changed; still a three way tie for me. I'm holding firm and waiting until I visit each school to make a decision. Thanks for the tip re: TLS. I'm going to chalk it up to made up internet personas for now since if law schools are actually filled with the characters (or "trolls") on TLS, it'd be quite the adjustment for me. Thanks for your kind words. I wish I could change my name on LSN now!

- Splitter2012
  • reply
  • Saturday, March 17 2012 at 12:48 PM

You know I'm not too sure.. :( I think that Kentucky may be the school, I will be going to ASD to see what its like. What about you? I am also still considering Indianapolis.

- tolson0123
  • TJSL
  • Monday, March 19 2012 at 03:44 PM

Hey, I don't know if you got my response, I posted it on my page so people could see the answer to your question... but here it it too. :) Hi Midwestprincesse, The acceptance letter and scholly letter came a day apart but they both have the same date of March 1st. The scholly money for ALL the schools is yearly. TJSL's offer for the three years is $48,000 as long as I remain in the top 25% with additional scholarship money If I place in the top 20%. I am considering going to Cali, I have always been intrigued by the state. ;) Maybe I can ask for more scholly money. Lets see. I would really like to be accepted to FIU; I graduated from there (cum laude) and its dirt cheap. They took forever last year to deny me, they are taking forever this year too. :(( Yeah, I couldn't believe Nova's & FL Coastal's response, they probably knew I would be accepted to a much better school like Hofstra, ha ha ha. Where are you considering attending and why? Anyways, Good luck with your cycle! :)

- Belkenia
  • USD
  • Tuesday, March 20 2012 at 09:09 AM

Thank you! I'm very thrilled. Since 1/19. I tried very hard to keep my dates accurate. If I'm correct, I'm one of the few people still stuck by then. It doesn't sound like good news to me, but fortunately, it doesn't matter now.

- akt
  • USD
  • Friday, March 23 2012 at 06:35 AM

UGH!!! NO!!!!!!! I'm so sorry about USD. Whatever, they are totally missing out on us. We would have made amazing students. Are you going to re-apply to PT next cycle? I'm thinking long and hard about it because I think FT would be easier to get into (more spots). But I want to keep my job. Help! I've been studying for June and I'm back into it - we can be study buddies if you want :) Sorry I didn't respond to your msg, I just logged in today!

- fashiongirl113
  • Update
  • Saturday, April 07 2012 at 12:22 AM

Hey! Have you started to narrow down your choices, or figured a school out? Or do you still have too many to hear from. I put my deposit down to Nova and that's where I'll be heading in the fall!! Very excited, and good luck with the rest of your cycle. I look forward to hearing where you go and hope you have a great end of cycle.

- OSUDEVIL
  • NSU
  • Sunday, April 08 2012 at 01:03 PM

I really liked the campus when I visited and met with the dean for a while. Ultimately, I wanted to end up in the SE FL area, but St. Thomas was too small for my taste, and I didn't get into the other local schools. But I am excited for Nova a ton!

- OSUDEVIL
  • HEY!!!
  • Tuesday, April 17 2012 at 12:35 PM

Have u made any decisions yet?? Hope you are doing well!

- fashiongirl113
  • FIU vs. MSU LEO
  • Monday, May 14 2012 at 12:30 PM

If I don't get into MSU through the LEO program then I will be going to FIU...I just got admitted to their part-time program last week.

- luvya683
  • ?
  • Tuesday, May 15 2012 at 06:15 PM

So where are you headed?

- sheisdeterMINEd
  • SCHOOL!
  • Tuesday, July 17 2012 at 02:31 PM

School starts soon, where are u going?! So glad this process is finally over though =) Wishing u the best of luck! Keep in touch!

- fashiongirl113

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