daisrt (2015-2016)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Northwestern University graph WL, Accepted A $45,000 01/12/16 01/12/16 01/12/16 01/12/16 3 years
University of California Los Angeles F graph Waitlisted W -- -- -- -- 4 years
Georgetown University graph Accepted W $45,000 01/11/16 01/11/16 01/11/16 01/29/16 4 years
University of Texas Austin F graph Accepted W -- -- -- -- 4 years
Vanderbilt University F graph Accepted $90,000 -- -- 01/11/16 02/19/16 4 years
Emory University F graph Accepted W $105,000 -- -- -- -- 4 years
University of Washington F graph Waitlisted W -- -- -- -- 4 years
University of Southern California F graph Waitlisted W -- -- -- -- 4 years
George Washington University F graph Accepted W $75,000 -- -- -- -- 4 years
Cornell University F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 4 years
University of California Irvine graph Waitlisted -- -- -- -- 4 years

Applicant Information

Top 10 Liberal Arts
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

Los Angeles
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

1) Ties to DC and LA.
2) Work experience in the nonprofit field and the legal field.
3) 3X LSAT: 157 - Cancel - 168


Feel free to PM (daisrt) with questions. I could have been more aggressive with the scholarship negotiations, so that was my fault. I started negotiating pretty late in the game.

I started out with no merit aid from GULC despite asking a couple times. Got bumped up to 10k/year on my third ask. Got denied for an increase another time, and then eventually bumped to 15k/year when they found out I was double deposited.

Northwestern offered me 15k/year off the waitlist, but denied my request for increased aid.

Re: Northwestern wait list- I submitted a LOCI before being waitlisted. After the waitlist I did the online interview but not did submit another LOCI. I was offered a spot a week later.

My recommendation to people who haven't maxed out their LSAT tries/are fresh out of college- do yourself a favor and retake the LSAT/experience the working world and life in general before heading to law school. If I hadn't maxed out my 3x/2 year LSAT takes I would have taken it again in a heartbeat.

Visitor Comments

  • Wednesday, June 29 2016 at 09:33 AM

Where did you decide to attend?

- calgoldenbear
  • Monday, July 11 2016 at 04:45 PM


- daisrt

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