*Numbers are Chiashu percentages.*
Florida Coastal School of Law
Native Appalachian hoping that being a "minority" will boost chances. Would love to go to Kentucky Law, as I am an undergrad there, but I don't see that happening notwithstanding some dumb luck. My LSAT score is in the mediocre range. So, I am excited to explore my options. I am looking at mostly second-tier schools, but my first priority is price, so schools with scholarship offers will likely take precedence.
3 LORs, two from Ph. D.s, third from Honors prof. with Masters. Hoping for the best on these.
12/7: So far, LSAC apps for UK, NKU, Louisville, and Appalachian are sent; app. fees for all four schools except Appalachian (ridiculous $60 fee for one of the lowest schools in the lowest tier) are sent. Louisville and NKU have confirmed reception by e-mail and they have requested my LSAC report. LSAC has still not reported receiving one of my letters of rec., which was sent over a month ago. I hope this is not cause for concern.
12/10: Quinnipiac application sent, and fee waiver going out tomorrow. Fingers crossed for any sort of a scholarship!
12/11: Indiana-Bloomington has confirmed app. reception via snail mail. Suh-weet.
12/13: Appalachian fee waiver sent. All is quiet on the law school front.
12/18: UK acknowledged receipt of application by mail. Nervous much!
12/21: Recieved LSAT score of 159. I am satisfied with this and hope it will get me into UK - any speculations?
1/3: NKU application file is complete and awaiting review.
1/8: Appalachian School of Law acceptance. White business-size envelope. So I'm at least going to law school!
1/13: NKU acceptance. Small brown envelope.
1/23: KENTUCKY ACCEPTANCE!!!!! I'M GONNA BE A 1L AT UK BABY!!!
1/24: Appalachian offers full-tuition scholarship. Tempting offer, but no thanks.
1/27: Louisville acceptance. It's a hard one to turn down.