Vorpal (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
Harvard University graph Waitlisted W 12/04/18 12/05/18 12/07/18 03/25/19 6 months
Columbia University F graph Accepted W $1 11/24/18 11/26/18 12/04/18 02/04/19 6 months
University of Chicago F graph Accepted W $45,000 12/04/18 12/05/18 12/13/18 02/15/19 6 months
Stanford University graph Accepted A $1 12/08/18 12/10/18 12/11/18 02/22/19 6 months
Yale University graph Rejected 01/04/19 01/05/19 01/08/19 04/19/19 6 months
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Accepted W $105,000 11/24/18 11/26/18 12/04/18 01/04/19 6 months
Duke University F graph Accepted W SP $105,000 11/20/18 11/21/18 11/26/18 12/04/18 6 months
University of California Berkeley F graph Accepted W $82,500 12/03/18 12/04/18 12/21/18 02/21/19 6 months
University of Pennsylvania F graph Accepted W $120,000 11/24/18 11/25/18 12/04/18 02/18/19 6 months
New York University F graph Accepted W $91,000 12/10/18 12/10/18 12/11/18 01/09/19 6 months
Cornell University F graph Accepted W $60,000 11/24/18 11/26/18 12/11/18 01/24/19 6 months
University of Texas Austin F graph Accepted W $96,000 11/20/18 11/21/18 01/10/19 02/08/19 6 months
Northwestern University F graph Accepted W $1 11/24/18 11/26/18 12/11/18 02/12/19 6 months
University of Virginia F graph Waitlisted W 12/01/18 12/03/18 12/03/18 04/10/19 6 months
Georgetown University F graph Accepted W $120,000 11/20/18 11/21/18 02/05/19 02/11/19 7 months

Applicant Information

170
3.72
3.72
HYPSM
Cognitive Science
N/A

Demographic Information

N/A
Florida
Puerto Rican
Male
Yes
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

1. PM me if you want information on my softs and/or electronic copies of some of my application materials.

2. "SP" under Duke is just referring to Priority Track.

3. Scholarship amounts equal to $1 are used to indicate schools that have admitted me at which I (expect to) receive no institutional financial aid.

4. For the most part, I completed every optional prompt applicable to me on every application I submitted. The notable exceptions are every NYU scholarship essay besides the RTK, the Doctoroff supplement at UChicago and the ones for first-generation student scholarships at Berkeley.

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Texas: Interview (Kira) requested on 1/3 and completed on 1/10

Georgetown: Interview (in-person) first requested on 12/5 and completed on 2/5. On 2/25, received admission letter dated 2/11.

Cornell: Interview requested on 12/7 (Kira) and completed on 12/10

Northwestern: Interview (Kira) requested on 11/27 and completed on 12/10

Virginia: On 1/20 invited to dinner, which I attended on 1/28

Columbia: Interview (Skype) requested on 1/24 and completed on 2/1

Chicago: Interview (Skype) requested on 1/16 and completed on 2/8

Harvard: Interview (Zoom) requested on 2/27 and completed on 3/5

Yale: On 12/5, invited by a current student and Admissions Coordinator to have a phone chat (one might call this an informational interview), which happened on 12/21

Visitor Comments

  • Similar Applicant
  • Monday, February 25 2019 at 08:45 PM

Hi Vorpal, I've been following your acceptances for the last few weeks. You should be really proud, and I was wondering if there was any way to contact you? I'm new to this forum, but I'm a Berkeley Ugrad, Mexican-American, Economics & History, and I haven't taken the LSAT. You seem like you'd be an ideal guy to ask questions of, and I'd love to pick your brain. Again, congratulations!

- EinValentine
  • Did you do a why UVA?
  • Thursday, April 18 2019 at 06:02 PM

surprised by that result

- TheKiaLawyer
  • Response to TheKiaLawyer
  • Monday, April 29 2019 at 06:42 PM

I did not do a Why UVa, but I submitted a response to their (I think optional) "College Activities" supplement.

- Vorpal

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