RNAP (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
Stanford University graph Rejected 01/10/16 01/11/16 01/15/16 04/29/16 1 year
Harvard University graph Accepted W $33,500 01/30/16 01/31/16 02/05/16 03/28/16 1 year
University of Pennsylvania F graph Waitlisted W 12/04/15 12/04/15 12/08/15 02/08/16 1 year
University of California Berkeley F graph Accepted A $142,500 11/19/15 11/20/15 -- 01/11/16 1 year
University of Chicago graph Accepted W $60,000 12/16/15 12/17/15 12/18/15 03/02/16 1 year
Columbia University F graph Accepted W $90,000 11/25/15 11/26/15 12/02/15 01/22/16 1 year
Cornell University F graph Accepted W $105,000 12/01/15 12/02/15 12/17/15 02/08/16 1 year
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Accepted W $150,000 11/23/15 11/24/15 12/07/15 01/06/16 1 year
New York University F graph Accepted W $86,000 11/27/15 11/28/15 -- 12/23/15 1 year
Duke University F graph Accepted W $105,000 11/23/15 11/24/15 11/24/15 12/04/15 1 year
University of California Los Angeles F graph Accepted W $120,000 11/19/15 11/23/15 11/30/15 12/11/15 1 year

Applicant Information

175
3.67
3.63
UCSB
Global Studies
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

N/A
California
Cuban
Male
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

-Relevant work experience.
-Lackluster softs.
-LSAT was first attempt (October 2015).
-Why X statements for each school.
-Personal statement had diversity statement elements.

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Individual School Info:

Berkeley:
-Was granted need-based application fee waiver (10/30/15)
-In via phone call (1/11/16)
-Submitted matching scholarship app. Used Michigan 150k offer. (3/2/16)
-Scholarship info appeared on admitted student page (3/25/16)
-Official award letter (3/28/16) 17.5k per year in need-based, 30k per year match from Michigan. Was given until 4/8/16 to accept.

Chicago:
-Interview requested (2/5).
-Interview completed (2/18)
-Accepted via email (3/2)
-Award email 60k (3/22).

Columbia:
-Requested parental information waiver to not provide father's financial info. (2/16-2/25). Had multiple email and phone conversations with financial aid office. Had to provide letters from undergrad university and high school. Was finally granted it.
-Award letter via snail mail (4/5/16)

Cornell:
-Interview requested: (1/7/16)
-Interview completed: (1/15/16)
-Accepted via email (2/8/16)
-Financial aid application submitted: 3/2 ish; can't find email
-Financial aid award via email (3/16/16)

Duke:
-Submitted financial aid application
-Completed financial aid interview: 3/21/16
-Award granted via snail mail: 3/28/16

Harvard:
-Interview requested: (3/9/16)
-Interview completed: (3/15/16)
-Accepted via phone call: (3/28/16)
-Requested waiver for father's financial info: (4/14/16)
-Waiver granted (4/18/16)
-Award info available on financial aid website (4/19/16)
-Award was 33.5k in the first year. It was likely to go down in my second and third years based on my summer earnings and mother's earnings.

UCLA:
-Submitted financial aid application
-Received initial award offer of 90k via email ()
-Submitted tax documents to complete financial aid application
-Received second award offer of 120k, 30k of which was need based. Did not have to negotiate to receive this offer

Michigan:
-Received financial award via email

NYU:
-Requested waiver of father's financial information. Same process as with Columbia, only the financial aid people were much friendlier and the process was much more pleasant.
-Granted waiver.
-Received award via email (3/19/16) ish, not quite sure

UPenn:
-Waitlist -_-
-Did not ride it out

Stanford:
-Rejection -____- (4/30/16)

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