blossomisaloaf (2016-2017)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
University of California Berkeley graph Pending 01/30/17 -- -- -- 7 days
University of California Los Angeles graph Pending 01/30/17 -- -- -- 7 days
University of Southern California graph Pending 01/21/17 01/23/17 01/23/17 -- 7 days
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Pending 01/30/17 02/02/17 02/06/17 -- 7 days
New York University graph Rejected 01/01/17 01/01/17 01/04/17 02/10/17 7 days

Applicant Information

Top UC
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

Latina/ Middle easte
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

Current job: Paralegal at an immigration law firm

Jobs in college: Course reader, America Reads tutor, Intern at an organization that promotes civic engagement for young Latinas, Worked retail at a department store

ECs: Sorority president, Conducted research & wrote an honors thesis, Study abroad outreach coordinator, Organized student workers, Part of a program that worked to prevent sexual violence in the greek community

Volunteer work: Currently work at a domestic violence shelter, director of an immigrant literacy program, adult literacy tutor, front desk manager at a health clinic for homeless individuals, developed multiple long term CS projects for my sorority


Made my ECs super detailed hope it's helpful! A lot of people talk about having strong/ average/ weak softs and I'm gonna be real and say I have no idea what that means! It sounds pretty arbitrary to me and I'd love to know what makes a "strong" or "weak" soft. Listed all my softs so y'all can make that determination for yourself.

All of the ECs I listed were long term commitments.

Hope this is helpful for all you low scoring big dreamers out there! Good luck y'all!!!!

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