Spiralcut (2013-2014)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
# Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Cardozo-Yeshiva University graph Waitlisted 01/12/12 -- -- -- 2 years
Chicago-Kent College of Law (IIT) graph Accepted 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years
Penn State University (Dickinson) graph Waitlisted 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years
Indiana University Bloomington graph Waitlisted 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years
University of Colorado Boulder graph Rejected 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years
University of Arizona graph Rejected 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years
Arizona State University graph Rejected 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years
Wake Forest University graph Rejected 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years
Washington and Lee University graph Rejected 01/16/12 -- -- -- 2 years
Pepperdine University graph Waitlisted 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years
Santa Clara University graph Waitlisted 01/10/12 -- -- -- 2 years
College of William and Mary graph Waitlisted 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years
1 American University graph Waitlisted 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years
Georgetown University graph Rejected ED 01/10/12 -- -- -- 2 years
Willamette University graph Accepted $20,000 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years
George Mason University graph Accepted A ED 01/09/12 -- -- 02/28/12 2 years
University of Notre Dame graph Pending 01/09/12 -- -- -- 2 years

Applicant Information

163
N/A
3.1
State College
Speech Comm
N/A

Demographic Information

Portland
Oregon
Caucasian
Male
Yes
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

College Debate, 1 year
Amateur Marathoner

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Army Infantry Officer - 9 years service
1 Combat Tour, Iraq

12Mar11 - Finishing last full term as an undergrad, about to start the grind in preparation for the LSAT & GRE this fall.

Visitor Comments

  • LSAT Prep
  • Sunday, March 13 2011 at 11:40 AM

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- brandonfoy
  • Schools
  • Friday, January 20 2012 at 10:07 AM

Why is American your number one choice?

- EngineTumbler

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