catsby90 (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
Yale University graph Waitlisted W 12/17/16 -- 01/05/17 04/18/17 2 months
Harvard University graph Accepted A 12/05/16 12/06/16 12/08/16 01/25/17 2 months
University of Virginia F graph Pending W 12/05/16 12/06/16 12/06/16 -- 3 months
Columbia University F graph Accepted W $94,500 12/05/16 12/05/16 12/13/16 01/19/17 3 months
New York University F graph Accepted W $160,000 12/05/16 12/06/16 12/09/16 12/20/16 3 months
University of Pennsylvania F graph Waitlisted W 12/05/16 12/05/16 12/06/16 03/29/17 3 months
University of Chicago F graph Accepted W $75,000 12/05/16 12/06/16 12/14/16 03/01/17 3 months
Duke University F graph Accepted W $114,000 12/05/16 12/05/16 12/06/16 12/15/16 4 months
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Accepted W $150,000 12/05/16 12/06/16 01/04/17 01/21/17 4 months

Applicant Information

175
3.97
3.97
University of Kentucky
Math/Econ
93 out of 100

Demographic Information

Small Appalachian town
Kentucky
White
Male
In Undergrad

Extra Curricular Information

Class rank is my GPA percentile.

Couple of minors.
A fair amount of grad work on transcript.
Scored 10 on Putnam.
Decent amount of undergrad research experience.
Ich spreche Deutsch.
Other ECs, nothing too boring or exciting.

PM me if you want more.

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Duke PT.

Wrote Why Penn, Virginia, Michigan, Duke.

Harvard:
JS1 12/14.

Columbia:
Butler 1/19 (w/ acceptance)

Michigan:
Dean's 2/3

Chicago:
Interview Requested 2/9
Scholarship 3/24

NYU:
Dean's 2/24

Duke:
Dean's 2/28

Visitor Comments

  • Friday, January 27 2017 at 07:45 AM

Hi, first, congrats for your Stats ! What about you was the most decisive thing in your application ?

- tomdw10
  • Tuesday, January 31 2017 at 02:52 PM

@tomdw10 Thanks! Probably the LSAT score, if I'm guessing

- catsby90
  • Score
  • Tuesday, March 14 2017 at 08:56 AM

Hello. Congratulations on your acceptances. How did you go about studying for the Lsat, like plan, strategy, did you repeatedly study the book, or did you read the material once and then did a lot of practice exams? Any information will help thank you.

- zrobtoy
  • Wednesday, March 29 2017 at 10:57 AM

@zrobtoy 1. Did a diagnostic 2. Performed atrociously on said diagnostic 3. Read material 4. Did some practice tests I'm a math major though, so that type of very formal, almost constrained, reasoning was not as unfamiliar to me as it may be to other people.

- catsby90

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