Tursion (2018-2019)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Boston University graph Accepted W 12/03/10 -- -- -- 8 years
University of California Berkeley graph Accepted D 12/03/10 12/06/10 -- 12/13/10 8 years
Columbia University F graph WL, Rejected -- -- -- -- 8 years
University of California Los Angeles F graph WL, Accepted W -- -- -- -- 8 years
Loyola Law School graph Accepted W $87,000 -- -- -- -- 8 years
Cornell University graph Accepted W -- -- -- -- 8 years
University of Southern California F graph Waitlisted W -- -- -- -- 8 years
University of Michigan Ann Arbor graph Accepted W -- -- -- -- 8 years
American University graph Waitlisted W -- -- -- -- 8 years
Northwestern University F graph Waitlisted W -- -- -- -- 8 years
Duke University graph Waitlisted W -- -- -- -- 8 years
University of California Hastings graph Accepted W -- -- -- -- 8 years
University of California Davis graph Accepted W -- -- -- -- 8 years
Stanford University graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 8 years
New York University graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 8 years
Harvard University graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 8 years
Georgetown University graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 8 years
University of Virginia F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 8 years
University of Pennsylvania graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 8 years
University of Chicago graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 8 years

Applicant Information

169
3.54
N/A
UCLA (Public)
Int\'l Development/Poli Sci
N/A

Demographic Information

Suburban
California
Afghan
Male
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

-Selected as one of 7 UCLA Bruins who will change the world, in Prime Magazine.
-Adjunct Instructor of English for a semester at the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul. From Jan-May 2011.
-A PPIA Fellow (Public Policy and Int'l Affairs), from which only 60 students nationwide were selected to participate in.
-I founded the United Afghan Club my sophomore year, my personal favorite, because we built 10 libraries in Afghanistan, raised $10000 in vitamins and money for Afghan orphans, held teach-ins on the War, raised $30000 to build wells in desolate Afghan villages, had one of the largest clothing & school supply drives for Afghanistan in the nation, when we sent 5 tons of clothing and school supplies to the country during its harsh winter, created the Afghan Mentorship Alliance where we tutor and peer advise underserved Afghan-American youth, and created the first annual Afghan College Day, where we invited Afghan students from across the state to come to UCLA for a daylong conference emphasizing the importance of education and assisting students in their personal quest to attend college.
-Won the Chancellor's Service Award for being one of the most active members of the UCLA community
-VP of the most active Muslim Student Assoc. in America
-Campaign Manager then Chief of Staff of the UCLA President
-founded the event BruINTENT (where students sleep outside in tents for a night and raise money for homelessness)
-Managing Editor of the first and largest Muslim student-run Newsmagazine in the US
-interned at the Embassy of Afghanistan in DC directly under the Ambassador himself
-CORO Fellowship Alternate Finalist
-outreach coordinator for a project that tutored underprivileged high school youth in Watts

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Visitor Comments

  • Friday, September 02 2011 at 05:04 PM

Not to sound creepy, but I totally know who you are. You need to update this, all of the MSA is proud of you :)

- Nida S.

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