classicalpirate (2013-2014)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
New York Law School F graph Accepted 02/17/12 -- -- -- 2 years
Phoenix School of Law F graph Accepted -- -- 02/07/12 -- 2 years
William Mitchell College of Law F graph Accepted 01/29/12 -- 02/10/12 -- 2 years
Charlotte School of Law F graph Waitlisted -- -- 02/07/12 -- 2 years
Loyola University Chicago F graph Rejected 01/29/12 -- 02/07/12 -- 2 years
New England School of Law F graph Waitlisted -- -- 01/25/12 02/17/12 2 years
Thomas M Cooley Law School F graph Accepted $8,600 01/29/12 -- -- 02/06/12 2 years
Valparaiso University F graph Pending 01/29/12 -- 02/07/12 -- 2 years
University of Iowa F graph Pending 01/09/12 -- 01/29/12 -- 2 years
Appalachian School of Law graph Accepted -- -- -- -- 2 years

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Visitor Comments

  • Appalachian
  • Thursday, January 19 2012 at 08:54 AM

Hey how long did it take you to hear from Appalachian? Have you been to visit? I went last week...it's totally in the middle of nowhere

- CoasttoCorps
  • Sunday, January 29 2012 at 10:07 PM

you should considering retaking the LSAT. with that undergrad gpa, you deserve to get into a lot better schools.

- PocketRocket
  • Tuesday, January 31 2012 at 06:41 AM

Have you taken an LSAT prep course? If you decide to wait another year and reapply (which is what I did), I would be happy to recommend some things I tried. I really think anyone can bring their score up, barring those with a language issue.

- J10203
  • Friday, February 24 2012 at 06:16 PM

You should really retake the LSAT......... You could be getting into great schools with that GPA.

- bro2baseball
  • NYLS
  • Friday, August 17 2012 at 05:17 AM

Did you seriously get in to NYLS with that lsat? Did you apply part time or full time?

- reaper718

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