Popgoes (2018-2019)

Views: 2690     User Since: 11/17/06

Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
University of Chicago graph Accepted $64,000 11/17/06 11/20/06 12/08/06 02/22/07 12 years
University of Virginia F graph Accepted $63,000 11/17/06 11/17/06 11/29/06 01/17/07 12 years
University of Pennsylvania graph Pending D 11/17/06 11/20/06 12/08/06 02/06/07 13 years
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Accepted $54,000 11/17/06 11/27/06 12/09/06 01/17/07 13 years
Columbia University graph Accepted $132,000 11/17/06 -- 12/04/06 01/25/07 13 years
New York University graph Accepted 11/27/06 -- -- 01/15/07 13 years
Georgetown University graph Accepted 11/17/06 -- -- 12/21/06 13 years
Harvard University graph Accepted 11/17/06 11/20/06 12/13/06 12/18/06 13 years
Yale University graph Pending 11/17/06 11/18/06 11/29/06 -- 13 years

Applicant Information

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Demographic Information

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Massachusetts
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Female
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Extra Curricular Information

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ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Invitation to apply for a scholarship at Georgetown.
Hamilton fellowship at Columbia.
Dean's scholarship at Michigan.
Dean's scholarship at UVa.

Visitor Comments

  • Congrats
  • Tuesday, December 19 2006 at 05:16 AM

I know you already know this, but you did exceptionally well on the LSAT and you have a great GPA. I'm sure you'll get accepted to all of the schools that you apply to. My only question is which one would you like to attend? Take care and once again congrats.

- chrisrahosiris
  • great job
  • Friday, January 05 2007 at 06:09 PM

hey what was the process and how long did you study for the lsat? how do you get fee waivers? thanks

- eakaeykit
  • Harvard
  • Sunday, February 25 2007 at 03:56 PM

Did you do the whole phone call thing with harvard. We have very similar scores but you were clearly responsible and got your applications in in a timely manner

- mcelligott1
  • Can I
  • Tuesday, March 13 2007 at 08:02 AM

borrow your LSAT score when you are done with it? Seriously though. Congrats on all your acceptances. Where are you thinking of going?

- hkm6315

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