MrLawAndOrder (2018-2019)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Hofstra University PT graph Pending W 06/10/19 06/12/19 07/13/19 -- 2 days
Fordham University PT graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 2 days
Rutgers Law School PT graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 2 days
St. John's University PT graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 2 days
Brooklyn Law School PT graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 2 days
Seton Hall University PT graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 2 days
CUNY Queens College PT graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 2 days
Pace University F PT graph Accepted 06/18/19 06/18/19 07/11/19 07/31/19 2 days
New York Law School F PT graph Rejected 11/24/18 11/25/18 07/13/19 07/31/19 2 days

Applicant Information

152
2.55
2.63
Private
Poly-Sci
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

Brooklyn
New York
African-American
Male
Yes
Yes
10+ Years

Extra Curricular Information

*Interested only in part-time programs. Will be working full time while in school
*List of schools and order of school preference based on a combination of ranking, location, ease of travel, likelihood of admission, certain available programs, and research (online, alumni, visits, etc...)

-10 Years of strong work history in public service including advancement
-Received awards in work capacity
-Fraternal sports team member
-Intramural sports and volunteer work in undergrad
-2 LOR's and working on getting third as of (6/2019)
-Addendum addressing relatively low GPA. Rough first year but showed pattern of improving into graduation.

**DISCLAIMER: Highly recommend doing new 'LSAC writing' immediately after your LSAT administration if you don't already have a writing sample on file...LSAC advertises that 'LSAC writing' should generally be processed within a week though it can take up to 3. Because I assumed it would only take a week to process, I waited til a couple weeks after test to do it. They took all 3 weeks to process mine (mostly my fault). Law school reports were subsequently delayed to all schools I applied to. Unsure if this adversely affected my applications**

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

-Sept 18': Register for CAS & Jan LSAT; Begin writing personal & diversity statements; Research & create list of school intending to apply.

-Nov 18': Application submitted to NYLS

-Jan 19': Took first LSAT; Cancelled score due an error and feeling of underperformance (nerves); Informed NYLS and held off on submitting further apps; Further prep for LSAT

-Jun 19': Took LSAT; Submitted apps to Pace & Hofstra

-Jul 19': Received LSAT score of 152. Score is 6.5 points below PT average which is disappointing. Elect not to submit further apps as it is late in cycle. Will await to see what offers are received from pending apps but leaning towards trying for next (2020) cycle with hopefully a better LSAT. Registered for Sept 19 LSAT.

-Jul 19': In at Pace with 15k scholly (renewable yearly if in good standing). Very happy to get the offer but know my LSAT kept me from better offer. Still leaning towards retaking and trying next cycle but will wait to hear from NYLS & Hofstra.

-Jul 19': Declined at NYLS. Bit disappointed but understand as my application was uber late and have to imagine the class is pretty much set this close to the semester starting. Perhaps if my writing sample had been processed sooner, story might be different. Either way, app will be first in if I decide to wait a cycle.

-Jul 19': Withdrew pending Hofstra app.

-Jul 19': Modestly successful cycle. Considering how late I was, can't be too upset about going 1 for 2. That said, have a professional opportunity coming up at work that I will take advantage of so have decided to defer/withdraw Pace this cycle. Will retake LSAT and apply/reapply to all above programs with hopes of solid aid packages.

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