engineer1 (2018-2019)

Views: 440     User Since: 01/17/18

Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
University of Chicago graph Accepted A ED 11/30/17 12/01/17 12/01/17 12/20/17 11 months
Georgetown University graph Accepted W 10/08/17 10/09/17 11/08/17 11/22/17 11 months

Applicant Information

168
3.55
N/A
Southern Ivy
Mechanical Engineering
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

N/A
N/A
Caucasian/Hispanic (
Male
Yes
Yes
In Undergrad

Extra Curricular Information

Have done research and co-authored a few technical papers. Former NCAA athlete. Involved in school Honor Council. Gap year where I did volunteer work.

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

I am half Caucasian and half Central American. I have read and heard conflicting reports of whether I qualify as a URM or not. Common sense makes me think yes, but some people swear it's only those of Mexican or Puerto Rican origin. I clicked "Non-Traditional" because of my STEM background, which I think helped a ton.

Visitor Comments

  • My Take
  • Wednesday, January 17 2018 at 04:24 PM

I had blanketed the t14 (minus Yale) when I heard from Chicago, and at that point had to withdraw all other applications. Based on prevailing wisdom that you find on TLS, Reddit, etc., I thought there was absolutely no way I would get in to Chicago. I hope my profile, should it be found by others of STEM backgrounds, serves as some encouragement. I really think Law School numbers should add a feature where you can compare applications by academic background. It is my belief (and I've looked at some data that backs this up) that law schools right now want STEM majors (because of the demand in the legal market) , and that, given the dearth of law school applicants with STEM backgrounds, we are in a really good position. If you are a STEM major with a good lsat score, DO NOT SELL YOURSELF SHORT, even if you have a "low" gpa. Happy to provide any insight I can into what I think worked for me in my application process.

- engineer1
  • Monday, January 29 2018 at 05:46 PM

Also an MECH (top 15) ! This is encouraging ; ; Best of luck at Chicago!!

- jules_y

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