Trafalgar1805 (2017-2018)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Villanova University F graph Accepted 10/06/17 10/07/17 -- 12/14/17 4 days
University of Notre Dame graph Accepted 10/06/17 10/09/17 -- 12/12/17 5 days
Brooklyn Law School F graph Accepted $54,000 10/06/17 10/07/17 -- 12/08/17 10 days
Hofstra University F graph Accepted $165,000 10/06/17 10/10/17 -- 12/08/17 10 days
University of Miami F graph Accepted W 10/06/17 10/09/17 -- 10/09/17 17 days
Boston College graph Rejected 10/06/17 10/07/17 -- 11/30/17 18 days
New York Law School F graph Accepted $150,000 10/06/17 10/09/17 -- 11/10/17 1 month
St. John's University F graph Pending 10/06/17 10/17/17 -- -- 2 months
University of Southern California F graph Pending 10/15/17 10/15/17 -- -- 2 months

Applicant Information

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Small Private
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N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

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N/A
Asian/White
Male
In Undergrad

Extra Curricular Information

LGBT Applicant.
Strong Softs/Essays.
Strong Letters of Rec.

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Only took the LSAT once.
Scholarships listed are 3 year total.

10/6 - All Applications sent.
10/9 - Accepted to Miami law via email.
10/23 - St. John's requested an Optional Video Interview.
10/26 - St. John's Interview Completed.
11/10 - Accepted to New York Law with a full-tuition scholarship via email.
11/30 - Rejected from Boston College via email.
12/4 - Received a letter from Miami Law recognizing my withdrawal. In my opinion, Miami Law was not worth paying full price.
12/8 - Accepted to Hofstra Law with a full-tuition scholarship via email. Also, accepted to Brooklyn Law with an annual scholarship of $18,000 via email.
12/12 - Notre Dame status checker changed to "Decision Made" and listed the dates for deposit fees. I think that means an acceptance is on it's way!
12/13 - Officially accepted to Notre Dame Law via email.
12/14 - Accepted to Villanova Law via phone call. Took an extremely personalized approach to admissions, and read back all the things about my application that they liked.

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