ldo5014 (2014-2015)

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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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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 Michigan Ann Arbor graph Accepted A $45,000 10/31/12 11/08/12 11/08/12 11/28/12 1 year
University of Pennsylvania F graph Waitlisted W 10/31/12 -- -- -- 1 year
University of Southern California graph Accepted W $120,000 10/30/12 10/31/12 10/31/12 12/20/12 1 year
University of Notre Dame F graph Accepted W $75,000 10/30/12 10/31/12 11/06/12 11/06/12 1 year
College of William and Mary F graph Accepted W $99,000 10/31/12 11/07/12 11/07/12 11/07/12 1 year
Michigan State College of Law F graph Accepted W $106,920 10/31/12 11/01/12 11/01/12 11/21/12 1 year
Fordham University graph Accepted W $90,000 11/03/12 11/08/12 11/08/12 12/10/12 1 year
University of Washington graph Accepted W 10/31/12 10/31/12 10/31/12 -- 1 year
Emory University F graph Accepted W $105,000 11/03/12 11/05/12 11/05/12 02/11/13 1 year
Pace University F graph Accepted W 10/30/12 10/31/12 -- -- 1 year
Vanderbilt University graph Waitlisted W 10/31/12 10/31/12 -- 02/19/13 1 year
University of California Berkeley graph Rejected 10/30/12 10/31/12 10/31/12 -- 1 year
Vermont Law School graph Accepted $105,000 10/31/12 11/02/12 11/02/12 12/21/12 1 year
Santa Clara University F graph Accepted $61,500 10/31/12 10/31/12 11/01/12 11/20/12 1 year
University of Colorado Boulder graph Accepted $42,252 10/30/12 11/01/12 11/01/12 12/24/12 1 year
Boston University F graph Accepted $90,000 10/30/12 10/31/12 10/31/12 -- 1 year
George Washington University graph Accepted $120,000 10/30/12 10/31/12 10/31/12 12/13/12 1 year
University of Chicago F graph Rejected 10/31/12 10/31/12 11/07/12 01/23/13 1 year
Harvard University graph Rejected 10/30/12 10/31/12 11/08/12 01/18/13 1 year
Washington University in St Louis F graph Accepted 10/31/12 10/31/12 10/31/12 -- 1 year
Northwestern University graph Accepted 10/31/12 11/01/12 11/30/12 -- 1 year
University of Virginia graph Waitlisted 10/31/12 -- -- -- 2 years
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill graph Accepted 11/03/12 11/05/12 11/05/12 12/21/12 2 years
Stanford University graph Pending 10/30/12 10/31/12 11/30/12 -- 2 years
Boston College graph Accepted 10/30/12 10/30/12 10/31/12 12/14/12 2 years
University of New Hampshire School of Law graph Accepted $105,000 10/30/12 10/31/12 11/01/12 12/07/12 2 years
University of Texas Austin F graph Accepted $84,000 10/31/12 11/01/12 11/01/12 11/27/12 2 years
Northeastern University F graph Accepted $90,000 10/30/12 11/01/12 11/02/12 12/07/12 2 years
Georgetown University graph Accepted 10/30/12 10/31/12 11/08/12 12/03/12 2 years
University of California Los Angeles graph Accepted $60,000 10/30/12 10/31/12 11/01/12 11/27/12 2 years
Duke University F graph Waitlisted SP 10/31/12 10/31/12 11/01/12 11/11/12 2 years
Cornell University graph Accepted 10/31/12 10/31/12 11/07/12 11/20/12 2 years
New York University graph Pending 10/30/12 10/31/12 11/05/12 -- 2 years
Columbia University graph Pending 10/31/12 10/31/12 -- -- 2 years

Applicant Information

168
3.8
3.87
Big Ten
Engineering
N/A

Demographic Information

New York
New York
White
Male
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

I did a lot of homework. It was a lot less fun than it sounds.

Honors college & thesis, 17 months of work experience, first generation college student, first generation American, upward grade trend, international volunteering experience. I'm hoping the engineering undergrad will give me a bump of 0.05 to 0.10 on my GPA. It may help my cause at a few schools!

LSP Odds vs. Reality:
Harvard - Deny (8%) - REJECTED

NYU - Weak Consider (31%) -
Columbia - Weak Consider (28%) -
Chicago - Weak Consider (37%) - REJECTED

Stanford - Consider (39%) -
Penn - Consider (51%)- WL
Berkeley - Consider (62%) - REJECTED
UVA - Consider (55%) - WL
Michigan - Consider (52%) - ACCEPTED!
Duke - Consider (51%) - Priority Reserve? WL
Northwestern - Consider (61%) - ACCEPTED!
Georgetown - Consider (56%) - ACCEPTED!
UT - Consider (62%) - ACCEPTED!

Cornell - Strong Consider (70%) - ACCEPTED!
UCLA - Strong Consider (64%) - ACCEPTED!
Vanderbilt - Strong Consider (63%) - WL
GWU - Strong Consider (71%) - ACCEPTED!

The rest are all admits.

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

2012.11.07
In at William and Mary via Email. No scholarship information yet; I'm expecting some sort of package via snail mail.

2012.11.11
In at Notre Dame via snail mail. Renewable $25,000 per year scholarship as long as I maintain a 2.00 GPA. Extremely happy!

2012.11.13
William & Mary acceptance came in mail today. $20,000 merit scholarship with additional $13,000 graduate fellowship, both renewable with a B average. Genuinely humbled!

Visitor Comments

  • Solid numbers
  • Wednesday, October 31 2012 at 06:42 AM

Wow what a list. We have some overlap. Good luck I know you will get some $$. Cheers

- jhmann
  • Congrats thus far!
  • Wednesday, November 21 2012 at 01:02 PM

I see $$. Good for you. Wish my LSAT score was more solid but life will go on. I bottomed out on my range. Cheers

- jhmann
  • Congrats
  • Tuesday, December 04 2012 at 06:45 AM

Admitted at Georgetown, and Michigan awesome!

- jhmann
  • Grats
  • Friday, December 28 2012 at 08:00 AM

We're almost number twins with a bunch of overlaps. You're totally giving me hope haha Congratulations on all the good news!!! :D

- ashockofpink
  • harvard
  • Friday, January 25 2013 at 08:00 AM

When did rejection come?

- anonymous
  • NWU
  • Sunday, January 27 2013 at 01:42 PM

Congarts on NWU. You have so many options! I see some full rides and also top 10 law schools. I talked with some IP attorneys and they all recommend go to the top University or one close in rank with the lowest ticket price. I like UMich with your 45k scholarship. If I had aced the LSAT I would have applied to them, a lot of family has attended there.

- jhmann
  • Nice Cycle
  • Monday, January 28 2013 at 05:17 PM

Congrats on your cycle so far. I'll be watching since our numbers are similar.

- drive4showLSAT4dough
  • Decision
  • Saturday, February 02 2013 at 03:00 PM

Hands down with UMich, I would look for the best school with minimal debt. You will get snatched up for IP after L1. You might want to research where students end up, if you want Cali you might choose a Cali school. Wish I could be at UMich also. ;). Best of luck with the remaining cycle and be proud you got into awesome law schools!

- jhmann
  • Fordham
  • Thursday, February 07 2013 at 11:31 AM

Did you come to the admitted students day? Just curious. Cheers man.

- jhmann
  • Fordham
  • Wednesday, February 13 2013 at 01:11 AM

Yeah I attended it would have been nice to meet up. I stayed pretty late there too. Where you SF or Baltimore. I had the SF mock class on property. That professor was amazing. I also attended the IP workshop. What did you think? I wish we had more overlap, but you have been admitted to some of the best law schools. I might retake the LSAT in June to way my decision. I feel I have 167+ in me. I went to UMaryland for a scholarship interview - wish me luck. Cheers. Good luck with the remaining schools!

- jhmann
  • Go Blue!
  • Thursday, April 11 2013 at 12:45 PM

Congrats on UMich. Top school and Ann Arbor is great. Most of my family attend Michigan for undergrad. Besides the top education They also have good sports. Also I met a law tutor out there who helped students transfer to Yale or Harvard after finishing 1L. Congrats on again, I wish my LSAT was stronger so I could attend a T14.

- jhmann

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