inspectionstare (2020-2021)

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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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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 Colorado Boulder graph Waitlisted W 11/14/07 -- 11/27/07 03/05/07 13 years
University of Utah graph WL, Accepted A 11/14/07 -- 11/28/07 03/18/08 13 years
University of Arizona graph Waitlisted W 11/14/07 -- -- 05/05/08 13 years
Brigham Young University graph Waitlisted W 11/20/07 -- -- 03/31/08 13 years
College of William and Mary graph Waitlisted W 11/14/07 -- 11/28/07 03/28/08 13 years
Temple University graph Accepted W $12,000 11/14/07 -- 11/26/07 12/20/07 13 years
Cardozo-Yeshiva University graph Waitlisted W 11/14/07 -- -- -- 13 years
Baylor University graph Accepted W 11/14/07 -- 11/17/07 12/20/07 13 years
Arizona State University graph Accepted W 11/14/07 -- 12/30/07 04/08/20 13 years
Lewis and Clark College graph Accepted W $10,000 01/01/08 -- -- 02/15/08 13 years
Washington and Lee University graph Rejected 11/14/07 -- -- 04/08/08 13 years
University of Alabama graph Rejected 11/14/07 -- 11/28/07 03/14/08 13 years

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Um pretty sick of getting wait-listed! Heard from William and Mary today. That's 4 in a row!

Waitlisted at BYU. 5 in a row. Sweet....

An interesting turn of events happened! I was planning on attending ASU for sure, until I was notified that I was accepted off of Utah's waitlist. It makes alot more sense financially for me to stay in-state. Looks like I'm going to the U! I'm off this roller coaster ride of emotions called the law school admittance process!

Visitor Comments

  • Good Luck
  • Friday, December 07 2007 at 12:49 PM

We have similar numbers, hopefully acceptances across the board.

- epmoney
  • Congrats
  • Tuesday, January 01 2008 at 09:55 AM

Congrats on the two that you have in the bag and good luck with the rest of your cycle! You're going to do awesome! Happy New Year!

- drew82abndiv
  • Hey
  • Sunday, January 06 2008 at 02:16 PM

Yeah I guess my top choice would be Northwestern but I think that's a serious stretch for me. Otherwise I really like George looks to me like you've got a great shot at Colorado based on your numbers. I'll be sure to keep my fingers crossed for you! What's your main interest in Colorado?

- AndreasW
  • ASU
  • Friday, February 08 2008 at 09:12 PM

I heared from ASU via mail. It was mailed in January. If you applied EA, I would call the Kathy in admissions and check on the status of your application.

- cpafun
  • ASU
  • Saturday, February 16 2008 at 10:43 AM

I heard by regular mail but I applied EA so I wouldn't get nervous just yet. Is ASU your first choice? Good luck!

- mkrisint
  • The U
  • Wednesday, March 19 2008 at 11:49 AM

Well another Utah person getting hosed by the U? I'm not entirely sure what they're up to over there. Perhaps the U is attempting to Yield Protect?

- mrkottonmouth
  • The U
  • Wednesday, March 19 2008 at 12:25 PM

Well another Utah person getting hosed by the U? I'm not entirely sure what they're up to over there. Perhaps the U is attempting to Yield Protect?

- mrkottonmouth
  • madness...
  • Wednesday, March 19 2008 at 01:23 PM

I don't get what Utah is doing. I don't know why they would suddenly have received tons of high numbered applicants to push us to the waitlist. If this is yield protect then they are stupid. I would have probably gone there if they offered just a little bit of money. But obviously they don't even want to offer me a spot in the class let alone money. My wife works in SLC and I'd love to have remained living here but it doesn't look like it will be the case. Better luck to you.

- cuspid
  • YP
  • Wednesday, March 19 2008 at 04:53 PM

One of the factors counted into the almighty USNews rankings formula is your yield rate, or, how many students actually attend of the number you have accepted. So, say a school has 150 slots, they still accept 600 students knowing most will end up choosing another school. If you have a high yield rate like 50%, then that means you only have to accept 300 to fill the 150 slots. So, if you have a high yield rate then it helps you in the rankings formula. If you go look at some smaller, lower ranked schools, they will reject kids with super high gpas and super high LSATs since they figure they won't attend anyways since they'll probably get offers from Harvard or something. It seems to happen, but if this is what Utah is doing then it's lame because our numbers aren't way beyond their regular range. If you really want to stay in state, then write a Letter of Continued Interest to the U telling them how they are your number one choice. Maybe they are waitlisting people with higher numbers to gauge their real interest in attending? Who knows, in any case, I doubt they are suddenly accepting 167s and above. I think you stand a great shot at getting off the waitlist if you send a good letter of continued interest and try to get another letter of recommendation.

- cuspid
  • Utah
  • Thursday, March 20 2008 at 08:48 AM

Yield Protection at it's finest...

- cirenos
  • oh it's me!
  • Tuesday, March 25 2008 at 05:23 PM

you know it's me! did you get your letter off today? judas priest i hate waiting for this crap.

- yobabydaddy
  • URM
  • Wednesday, March 26 2008 at 06:33 PM

check it, i marked myself as a URM because my skin color obviously affects my intelligence as does whether i have a weiner or not. Impeccible logic coming from the institutions claimed to be based on logical analysis!

- yobabydaddy
  • BYU
  • Sunday, March 30 2008 at 10:02 AM

why aren't you on the BYU list? i keep looking for you but you're never on there. can't wait to get waitlisted!!

- yobabydaddy
  • congrats on ASU
  • Tuesday, April 22 2008 at 01:19 PM

ASU is a great school and could set you up well for jobs after. I have only been to Tempe once but it was AWESOME! If the U doesn't work out atleast you'll have a great option.

- cuspid
  • ASU
  • Tuesday, May 27 2008 at 10:04 AM

No I haven\'t really made a decision yet and yes, it\'s driving me crazy. If BYU lets me in then it will be almost impossible for me to say no. 28k for 3 years tuition vs. 28k for 1 year tuition speaks volumes. If not then I\'ll be at ASU and I\'ll be happy there. I\'d really like to go there but without better fin aid it\'ll be hard.

- cirenos
  • Congrats on Utah
  • Tuesday, May 27 2008 at 11:22 AM

Congrats on getting off the waitlist, I\'ll look forward to meeting you this fall.

- bhs00
  • Utah
  • Saturday, May 31 2008 at 09:03 AM

Congrats on the U! Have a nice summer; see you soon.

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