NUcat1111 (2015-2016)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign graph Accepted $20,000 01/06/16 01/07/16 -- 02/08/16 4 years
University of Alabama graph Rejected 01/06/16 01/07/16 -- 03/25/16 4 years
Indiana University Bloomington graph Rejected 01/06/16 01/07/16 -- 03/25/16 4 years
DePaul University graph Waitlisted W 01/06/16 01/07/16 -- 01/19/16 4 years
Marquette University graph Waitlisted W 01/06/16 01/07/16 -- 01/28/16 4 years
Michigan State College of Law graph Waitlisted W 01/06/16 01/07/16 -- 02/29/16 4 years
University of Houston graph Rejected 01/06/16 01/07/16 -- 02/26/16 4 years
Chicago-Kent College of Law (IIT) graph Rejected 01/06/16 01/07/16 -- 02/26/16 4 years
University of Maryland graph Rejected 01/06/16 01/07/16 -- 02/16/16 4 years
University of New Mexico graph Rejected 01/06/16 01/07/16 -- 01/26/16 4 years

Applicant Information

Top 12 Private
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

Strong Softs.
Great work experience in Finance.
Dean's list
Strong LOR's from professors who were also associate directors.


7/11/16: After finally scoring in my PT range on the June LSAT, I renegotiated my award letter.

3/25/16: Practice testing for the June 16' LSAT, Going well so far.

2/26/16: Dinged at a couple more schools today. In all likelihood this is probably turning into my "test-cycle", I'll probably just pay for a class,re-take the LSAT, and start this all over again next cycle. I know I can score near or above 160 mark.

2/16/16: Dinged at Maryland, which is okay because I was just using that to up $$ offers from better schools on my list.

$$ Listed annually

Did not have a strong LSAT in Dec 15' thought about re-taking (took 2 PT's in total around Thanksgiving, I was averaging 157-159) until I received some good news. So the LSAT is not great but I do have a knack for writing amazing essays that really resonate with the reader.

**Regarding the difference in GPA's, didn't do so hot in Community College the first time around. Went back with more focus, and did really well. Had a professor who went NU, he introduced me to some other professors there. Wrote an awesome essay, got accepted and really excelled there. Graduated and started thinking about law school.

Visitor Comments

  • How to fix cycle...
  • Saturday, February 13 2016 at 05:14 PM

Hi--I had the same issue. To update the cycle, go to the "My LSN" tab, "Settings" tab, and then "Application Profile/Update Cycyle" tab. I also had the same thought--are school officials trolling this site?! Either way, best of luck to you.

- ables
  • Illonois
  • Thursday, March 24 2016 at 07:57 PM

congrats on Illinois (ranked #40!)

- aarwu2000

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