flannel8 (2019-2020)

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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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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 Chicago F graph Accepted A $30,000 -- -- -- 03/06/20 5 months
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Accepted W $45,000 -- -- -- 01/13/20 5 months
University of Pennsylvania graph Accepted W $55,000 -- -- -- 02/27/20 5 months
University of California Berkeley F graph Waitlisted -- -- -- 04/06/20 5 months
New York University F graph Waitlisted W -- -- -- 04/24/20 5 months
University of California Los Angeles F graph Accepted W $50,000 -- -- -- 03/23/20 5 months
University of Virginia F graph Waitlisted W -- -- -- 04/10/20 6 months
Vanderbilt University F graph Accepted W $99,000 -- -- -- 01/21/20 6 months
Emory University F graph Accepted W $156,000 -- -- -- 01/28/20 6 months
Northwestern University F graph Waitlisted W -- -- -- 03/05/20 6 months
Stanford University graph Rejected -- -- -- 03/24/20 6 months
Harvard University graph Rejected -- -- -- 02/04/20 7 months

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Large public university
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Washington - D.C.
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Female
1-2 Years

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Visitor Comments

  • Sunday, May 24 2020 at 06:41 PM

Congratulations on your results! Any tips for deciding when and any order of when to apply to each respective school?

- jmharlanIII
  • Friday, July 17 2020 at 09:13 PM

Thanks! My order was haphazard and largely based on sentimental value of a given school's location (e.g. my UG alma mater) so I can't recommend it. But in general, if you think an additional week of editing your Why X essays will be valuable, then take that extra time on your dream schools. No use in putting in all this effort to regret not putting your best foot forward. I submitted throughout December up to New Year's, which is probably in the middle of pack for timing. If I did it over again (and didn't have to retake the LSAT as often as I did), I would recommend getting everything in by mid-October for your personal stress relief. Hope this helps, and good luck!

- flannel8

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