letylyf (2017-2018)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Stanford University graph WL, Rejected W 10/31/06 11/01/06 11/16/06 04/16/07 11 years
Yale University graph Accepted $16,900 10/18/06 10/30/06 11/08/06 02/18/07 11 years
University of Virginia F graph Accepted W $21,000 10/18/06 10/19/06 10/31/06 01/19/07 11 years
Georgetown University F graph Accepted W 10/18/06 10/20/06 10/30/06 11/06/06 11 years
Harvard University graph Accepted W 10/18/06 10/24/06 11/09/06 11/21/06 11 years
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Accepted W $20,000 10/18/06 10/25/06 11/08/06 11/21/06 11 years
New York University graph Accepted W $40,000 10/18/06 10/23/06 11/20/06 12/06/06 11 years
University of Pennsylvania F graph Accepted W 10/29/06 10/30/06 11/08/06 12/21/06 11 years
Columbia University graph Accepted W 12/11/06 12/12/06 12/20/06 01/28/07 11 years

Applicant Information

large public
French & History

Demographic Information


Extra Curricular Information

The usual. Study abroad, various clubs, volunteer tutoring, worked a lot in random, undistinguished jobs.

The numbers are real. So is Stanford's rejection.


Fee waivers: unsolicited from UMich and Penn, successfully solicited from Gtown and UVa, unsuccessfully solicited from NYU, Columbia, Harvard, and Yale.

Optional essays written for Mich and Penn and school-specific LoR forms sent to Stanford.

"Received" date is when the LSDAS report was requested.

Residency in Virginia.

Had the phone interview from Harvard before getting a complete notice, accepted a couple weeks later.

Acceptance notifications: letter in large envelope from Columbia, thin letter from Georgetown, phone call from Harvard, manila envelope from NYU, binder with letter from Michigan, phone call from Penn, thin letter from UVa, phone call from Yale.

All scholarship amounts are per year or for the first year. Merit-based from UVa and Mich, need-based from Yale and NYU (??).

Withdrew from everywhere but Yale then got rejected by Stanford. Guess they didn't get that email. This is me not caring... Stanford who? Go Bulldogs.

Visitor Comments

  • jmckechnie cannot follow directions.
  • Wednesday, September 06 2006 at 03:24 PM

Awesome scores and GPA! Good luck on Yale!!

- jmckechnie
  • good luck
  • Friday, September 22 2006 at 06:06 AM

i read your posts on top law schools. i feel your lack of fee waiver love. best of luck on the upcoming cycle.

- bic
  • NYU waiver
  • Saturday, October 21 2006 at 10:47 AM

I just got a fee waiver from NYU in the mail along with a CD about the school. I didn't contact them at all, so I don't know.

- lawyer2010
  • Saturday, October 21 2006 at 01:32 PM

Hey, thanks for the kind note on my site. As for my aiming high, well, someone has to make up the lowest quartile on those LSAT scores, so I figure it might as well be me. Regarding the fee waivers, if I have 20-plus, and your patently impeccable numbers merit only five or so, then I clearly do not understand the calculus at play here. The only thing I can think of is the geographic slant I alluded to -- what I noticed about my fee waiver institutions is that all save two are east of the Rockies -- but that still doesn't begin to explain why you wouldn't have received more attention. I loved classics. I'm thrilled I had the chance to study it as an undergrad, and that I did so. Classics or French or what have you, though, I'm pleased to see that there are at least some other humanities majors in the woodwork. Best of luck, etc.

- gkentch
  • Curiosity killed your clean sweep...
  • Saturday, October 21 2006 at 07:20 PM

...well, probably not. I took the LSAT in Feb. 2006 and June 2006. Ideally, I'll be getting my applications out and complete sometime in the next few weeks, though there's still a lot to do no matter how I look at it. As for the absence of YS...Well, Stanford is simply too far West for me. Yale, on the other hand, I've been ambivalent about. I may yet apply, but my dislike of New Haven is going to be quite the hurdle for me to overcome.

- GygesRing
  • Tuesday, October 24 2006 at 01:49 PM

Good luck to you as well! Gees I didn't realize you had a perfect GPA to go along with your perfect LSAT. Now I am sure you will do well this cycle (as if I wasn't before).

- jeff2486
  • no harm done
  • Tuesday, October 31 2006 at 07:58 PM

Hey, no offense taken... I'm well aware that if you look at, say, the Yale LSAT/GPA grid, acceptance rates for the absolute highest box on that grid -- i.e., where you are -- are still only around 50%. So if those are the odds for numbers like yours, it's neither rude nor a stretch to point out that it's an uphill road for anyone at certain well-known schools. Hey, maybe we'll both get in everywhere...

- gkentch
  • w00t!
  • Wednesday, November 01 2006 at 06:00 AM

"My undergrad doesn't give out A pluses. Or compute class rank. Not complaining, just saying." I'd kick you if you weren't so sweet! Why are you so sweet!? :o And it looks like a sweep to me. Doode, how can you better than 4.0 and 180? Numbers aren't everything, but when they are THAT good, you could say they ARE! WHOAAA. Show us a sweep! :) RAWR!!

- stradgirl
  • Safeties?
  • Wednesday, November 01 2006 at 08:32 AM

Just kidding. Didn't realize you had a perfect GPA to go with that LSAT. Good seeing you here; I continue to look forward to reading your posts on TLS.

- LePoissonBeau
  • re: phone chat
  • Thursday, November 02 2006 at 06:02 AM

Nah, it's not bad at all. He just calls you up and asks you for a few details about activities of yours he's interested in to get a bit of a better sense of who you are.

- lawschoolisevil
  • Wonderful
  • Friday, November 03 2006 at 11:48 AM

You are amazing!!! I just know you will do great in this process!

- lindseyl
  • yale
  • Saturday, November 04 2006 at 12:16 PM

Sorry it took me a while to get back to you. I'm not sure about Yale, partly because the more I think about it, the less inclined I am to pay full price for law school when I think I am a good candidate for scholarships at other schools.

- ofelia
  • UT
  • Monday, November 06 2006 at 07:51 AM

For some reason I've always had a thing for UT. Not sure why, but I figured I had nothing to lose. ED isn't binding there, but it would be awesome to get in for me (since it's a real reach). Stop second-guessing yourself lovely girl. You'll do awesome.

- lindseyl
  • Good luck!
  • Thursday, November 09 2006 at 11:12 AM

Glad to see someone with a heart to go along with intelligence. It gives me hope that I will be able to find some kind folks in the profession. I'll be living vicariously through your admissions process, so make sure to keep us up to date!

- fraucow
  • You're right
  • Friday, November 10 2006 at 02:29 AM

I agree that lawyers do get a lot of unnecessary flack. I lost a little hope last year when an acquaintance with a 4.0 scored a 180 and got accepted to Harvard. He's exactly the kind of guy who shouldn't be a lawyer: in it for the money and unscrupulous to the core. Fortunately, by and large, I've met lawyers and law students who DO care about people. For example, actually performing pro bono work. As frustrating as things/society can be today, it is exciting to know that we can make a difference. You definitely aren't naive for believing that! *wonders where that patchouli scent is coming from*

- fraucow
  • Congrats
  • Friday, November 10 2006 at 11:21 AM

On that first acceptance! Feel's great, I bet :-D Did you get you Stanford stuff mailed off?

- Deldad
  • you're so lucky
  • Monday, November 13 2006 at 03:07 PM

You got into Gtown, that's so awesome. Karen I want them to accept me too!! :(

- ErinAshleen
  • Congrats
  • Tuesday, November 14 2006 at 06:26 AM

on Gtown, too! yeah def a grammar nazi lol I added the 'r' don't worry

- contiki07
  • OU & goodluck
  • Tuesday, November 14 2006 at 05:08 PM

I didn't think I was going to get into OU so I'm very happy. I just want to go to the cheapest place possible tho. I would say goodluck but I don't think you need it. : )

- Alexallure
  • OU
  • Wednesday, November 15 2006 at 06:01 AM

Oh, yeah, absolutely...I wouldn't have applied if I knew I wouldn't go there for sure. Thanks for the note! Congrats on G-town and the rest of the success you are likely to have this cycle!

- rickster
  • re: grats
  • Monday, November 20 2006 at 07:06 PM

Thanks a lot. I'm actually a little bit more excited about a certain other decision I got today, but that one was all right too. And it's too early for you to start worrying about your decisions. Although they could come any minute. Just kidding. But seriously, be on the lookout. Hope that didn't compound your stress tremendously :P

- lawschoolisevil
  • congratulations
  • Tuesday, November 21 2006 at 12:06 PM

Congratulations on a very nice call from Harvard!

- andyg
  • Congratulations!
  • Tuesday, November 21 2006 at 12:17 PM


- stradgirl
  • Congrats!
  • Wednesday, November 22 2006 at 03:48 AM

Wonderful news. lety :) And give Massachusetts (and especially Harvard) a chance - in undergrad, I found the people there very different from the impression other people had given me as a kid. Great job!

- deldad
  • grats
  • Wednesday, November 22 2006 at 05:53 AM

Well, well, well. Looks like the later submit dates didn't matter that much after all, did they? Nice work. See ya at admit days.

- lawschoolisevil
  • Phone call
  • Saturday, November 25 2006 at 08:43 AM

Didn't it make your heart race in a most wonderfully exciting way when you recognized the area code for the phone call? ROCK ON with the Harvard acceptance!

- fraucow
  • hehe
  • Monday, November 27 2006 at 07:05 AM

Thanxs! And OMG congrats on Hahvahd!!! Way to go!

- contiki07
  • wowwwwwww
  • Monday, November 27 2006 at 10:07 PM

oh man congrats on EVERYTHING. you are amazing & inspire me, seirously.

- eunice866
  • silly letylyf
  • Tuesday, November 28 2006 at 02:06 PM

seriously huge (mega huge, even) congratulations! but what a silly thing to say about it potentially being a mistake to only apply to top law schools. look at your numbers, yo!

- hollowman988
  • massachusetts
  • Tuesday, November 28 2006 at 02:58 PM

were harvard to accept me I think they'd pull me in despite Mass. as well...and I technically live there!

- cjs2111
  • Congrats on Harvard!
  • Thursday, November 30 2006 at 04:47 PM

You are obviously amazing, but it bears repeating. I don't know about all this Texas business, either, but I wanted to give myself a wide range of options. I'm not sure I'm comfortable with massive debt.

- Britomart
  • what's wrong with Mass?
  • Thursday, November 30 2006 at 06:35 PM

besides the crappy thruway eating options and exceedingly lame sports teams?

- hollowman988
  • Some year you're having...
  • Monday, December 04 2006 at 06:54 AM

180 LSAT In at Harvard and most importantly... BIG 12 CHAMPS!!!! BOOOOMMMEEERRRRR!!!!

- souper
  • BeatthehellouttaTU
  • Tuesday, December 05 2006 at 08:52 AM

I have to be honest, I'm not a Sooner born and bred. My boyfriend is the Sooner...I'm a transplant, but I got drawn in by going to the OU-Texas game. Living here I like all the Sooners I know. You seem no different...friendly, genuine...thanks for the note. As for Texas...eh...they were hanging on by a thread (that thread being comprised mainly of Austin and low cost of attending) before the deferral. Now...probably won't wait around for their decision. Good luck with Yale. Everywhere else, avoid tragic luck and you should be fine. :-) BTW, No hidden fee waiver from Columbia? Very puzzling.

- souper
  • uva
  • Thursday, December 07 2006 at 02:06 PM

Thanks for the congratulations! Im VERY excited. Im sure they are only doing ED now. AND Congratulations to you as well! You have some fabulous choices already. Good Luck with your decision process and the rest of your apps.

- ent
  • Congrats
  • Thursday, December 07 2006 at 03:56 PM

on all your acceptances thus far! I'm sure that, with your perfect profile, you'll have quite a bit more coming. =)

- mike245
  • Re: diversity factors
  • Thursday, December 07 2006 at 03:58 PM

I'll PM you---it's easier that way

- mike245
  • Thanks
  • Friday, December 08 2006 at 06:31 AM

Thanks for the info on Albuquerque. I like the city and I would really consider a move there. Have fun with your sweep this cycle. ;)

- hrafnkell
  • Thanks
  • Monday, December 11 2006 at 01:45 PM

Thanks for the kind remarks. I can't help but dream of a school like Michigan, I hope they accept me. As far as Tulsa goes, I've been here my whole life and I have two kids so moving would be a major challenge. Plus my mother and grandfather both went to TU (but not the law school) so there's a strong family loyalty towards TU. Lots of difficult decisions, I just hope that Michigan accepts me so I have the opportunity to make that decision as that would be the only thing that would motivate me to leave Oklahoma. Yea for OU winning the Big XII!!!

- kencade
  • Oh, and WOW
  • Monday, December 11 2006 at 01:48 PM

I am amazed by your perfect stats, I don't know how you got the 180 but that's incredible!

- kencade
  • Congrats on ...
  • Monday, December 11 2006 at 08:28 PM

acceptances so far! Good luck with Yale. It's probably the only one that is questionable AT ALL.

- MagicMurdock
  • LSAT
  • Tuesday, December 12 2006 at 09:02 AM

Congratulations!! I wanted to know if you could please give me some tips on scoring better on the LSAT. Thank you :)

- golexia
  • you little booger you
  • Tuesday, December 12 2006 at 10:28 AM

congrats on NYU!! I am insanely happy for you!!

- ErinAshleen
  • Great Job on NYU!
  • Tuesday, December 12 2006 at 12:24 PM

I'm pulling for a clear sweep for you. I bet it's not often the adcomms see a 4.0 180 that has the personality to back it up :)

- deldad
  • Pressure?
  • Wednesday, December 27 2006 at 08:33 PM

Why take your #s down?

- oluckyadam
  • great job
  • Friday, January 05 2007 at 05:52 PM

Hey how long and what was your process of studying for the lsat? How do you get fee waivers? thanks.

- eakaeykit
  • Amazing numbers!
  • Sunday, January 07 2007 at 06:19 PM

Good luck on the rest of your cycle (esp. Yale)! Thanks for the "blog" format also, it's nice to see.

- EEtoJD
  • Oh no!
  • Sunday, January 07 2007 at 06:45 PM

The verboseness! I need the verboseness! :) Still quite informative. I do enjoy living vicariously through everyone on LSN though.

- EEtoJD
  • (no subject)
  • Sunday, January 07 2007 at 06:59 PM

You are one hell of a candidate!

- MikeCH
  • Thanks
  • Monday, January 08 2007 at 07:22 AM

Good luck to you as well!

- MikeCH
  • thought it was worth the trouble
  • Monday, January 08 2007 at 02:42 PM

of wishing you good luck. we would speak in the singular, but then you might not know who it was.

- totalfake
  • Aww
  • Monday, January 08 2007 at 06:17 PM

I'm touched. Thank you, totalfake. Even if you did steal my email.

- letylyf
  • hey
  • Tuesday, January 09 2007 at 08:19 AM

and I am not really a mean LSDer .. I just play one on TV. Thanks for the kind words. I thought about a few other T14s but I had already given a $75 donation to the UC Regents and I live in Ithaca now and don't think I could handle another 3 years. Too much snow. The only place on your list that would be comparable would be Mich. so think twice a bring two pairs of gloves. Anyways good luck on your last four. Au revoir.

- bamf
  • we apologize
  • Tuesday, January 09 2007 at 04:37 PM

it was there for the taking and we couldn't help ourselves. we'd try to steal you away from NHSoL, but it would probably be wasted effort.

- totalfake
  • Tuesday, January 09 2007 at 07:40 PM

Hey, thanks for the sweet note. You, and others, totally called it earlier in the cycle; I am clearly the one person in all this who has the least realistic view of my candidacy and chances for admission. As it is, I've honestly been pleasantly surprised -- emphasis on pleasant, to be sure, but even more so on surprised -- at all my successes to date. Of course, you're not doing that bad, either. Sorry about the Boise State game...

- gkentch
  • NHSoL
  • Wednesday, January 10 2007 at 07:07 AM

Actually, I'd be quite happy to be talked out of it. Tell me why it sucks and why I shouldn't be disappointed if I get a thin letter.

- letylyf
  • like you're really going to...
  • Wednesday, January 10 2007 at 07:57 AM

but if you actually did, i'm guessing you'd still get stanford, plus full rides at a few places. truth be told, there's not much bad to say about NHSoL. i would have loved to go there but didn't make the cut, so meh. the worst thing about it is the fact that it's in new haven. also, some pompous annoying people supposedly go there, but hey that's law school. oh and if you hate philosophy then it might be the wrong place for you. but aside from that, not much bad to say about it. i'm sure you'll have fun there. :)

- totalfake
  • cojones (Boise State has 'em)
  • Wednesday, January 10 2007 at 08:12 PM

If you were anyone other than a UO fan, I would appeal to the Broncos' sense of drama, daring, and even romance (the star running back proposed to his girlfriend, the head cheerleader, following the game: how much more quintessentially college football can you get?). In your case, however, I'm sure you, and the rest of the state, hate their (ample, daring, non-BCS-conference) guts. If it makes you feel better, they still have yet to win a road game against a Pac-10 team...

- gkentch
  • Thanks!
  • Thursday, January 11 2007 at 06:58 PM

Thanks! I'm still in a little bit of shock. And I agree about Yale. I'll be that kid during the welcome speech wondering why they let me study with the published poets and Rhodes scholars. And good luck, I'm sure you have more acceptances in your future (and great ones under your belt already!)

- forthefunofit
  • You are...
  • Friday, January 12 2007 at 11:28 AM

the smartest person alive.

- wakama
  • ??...
  • Tuesday, January 16 2007 at 12:18 PM

Man, I actually have really no idea where I want to go. Boalt would probably be my first choice, but its the one school my girlfriend actively doesnt want me to go to (her family is all in the Midwest, and weve been in Oregon for several years now, and wants to be closer this time round). Michigan is in the right place, and its obviously a great school, but its the one school that doesnt grab me one way or the other not bad, just nothing special. In terms of location, Id probably most want to be at Cornell, which leaves Penn as the neutral Ivy League school just sort of left over. Guess we should all have such problems. So, no, no idea at all what my first choice is. (It might be Harvard, though Im certainly not going to hold my breath for that one.) Im going to go visit several of them in April, and see what I think firsthand. Of course, as one commenter on my site said, i thought that i would find out where i wanted to attend just by visiting but i don't know how much that has helped so far. it seems that every school tells you that they are different and the students there are kind to one another. That said, I guess Im still hoping for a bolt of revelatory epiphany on one campus or another later this spring. Oh, and if someone gave me, say, $60,000 to go to their school, that wouldnt hurt, either. :-)

- gkentch
  • congrats
  • Tuesday, January 23 2007 at 10:42 AM

bc you are definitely into UVA...i got my letter today and i also got status change/email on 1/19

- festivus
  • H v. Y
  • Tuesday, January 23 2007 at 12:47 PM

To review, Harvard is a well-known school in Cambridge, by Boston, in Massachusetts. Yale, by contrast, doesn't exist. Any questions?

- gkentch
  • UVA!!!
  • Tuesday, January 23 2007 at 03:25 PM

Awesome news! Was never really in question, but awesome news nonetheless -- I know how excited you are about the school :D

- deldad
  • mich
  • Sunday, January 28 2007 at 02:46 PM

hey - congrats on all the acceptances! wanted to know if you could tell me what you included in your why mich essay. i included one in my app, but now that i'm deferred....anyway, congrats!

- nyarch
  • Re: CLS
  • Wednesday, January 31 2007 at 04:16 PM

You're just saying that because you want me there. Perfectly understandable, but quite biased.

- lawschoolisevil
  • soo...
  • Saturday, February 03 2007 at 11:26 AM

harvard over uva? or still waiting on the last two?

- festivus
  • Michigan
  • Thursday, February 08 2007 at 10:44 AM

i thought you had a scholarship there?

- ErinAshleen
  • Congrats!
  • Sunday, February 18 2007 at 09:59 PM

Congrats on Yale!!! Miss you on TLS. :)

- FloridaGirl
  • Monday, February 19 2007 at 05:59 AM

CONGRATS on Yale honey!!! Wow, you are amazing. Come back to TLS and tell everybody why don't ya? ;)

- katkins
  • Monday, February 19 2007 at 06:23 AM

I was just wondering how your cycle was going, and noticed the Yale acceptance! Congrats!

- forthefunofit
  • Yale!
  • Monday, February 19 2007 at 11:17 AM

Congrats! How awesome! I'm so glad I checked your account today to see if you'd heard from them! Very exciting.

- Britomart
  • Amazing
  • Monday, February 19 2007 at 12:29 PM

Congrats on Yale! I really hope you matriculate there, they would be really lucky to have you.

- bopbopbop
  • Well...
  • Monday, February 19 2007 at 02:00 PM

I guess not. ;)

- Britomart
  • leaning
  • Monday, February 19 2007 at 05:36 PM

If this is it for me (no more acceptances in store), I'm probably going to have to go to NYU. I'm fairly sure that in 10 years I won't look back and regret spending 150k on law school versus 70k, but I might regret passing up a top 5 school... Hopefully Chicago will come through for me and leave no room for doubt! How about you?

- katkins
  • we told you so
  • Monday, February 19 2007 at 07:00 PM

congratulations on NHSoL. when you get there, tell redemption that she talks too much.

- totalfake
  • Congrat!
  • Tuesday, February 20 2007 at 11:18 AM

So glad you got into Yale! We all knew it was only a matter of time, but I'm very glad it has finally happened. (Not sure, you had to blow off Stanford so quickly, but I'll forgive you.)

- bartlet
  • why?
  • Tuesday, February 20 2007 at 05:52 PM

chickee, why did you withdraw from Stanford???

- ErinAshleen
  • well, looks like it existed after all
  • Tuesday, February 20 2007 at 06:10 PM

Well, thanks for the Yale reality check. If I had to guess, I would posit that my reaction to such a phone call would be similar -- "really?!" seems like about what I would muster. If nothing else, to actually say "I feel a decorous frisson of pleasure at this surprising news" would clearly take both balls and presence, in a combination that I suspect I do not have. Congratulations, of course. That's fantastic. You're the first person I "know," or have any even attenuated connection to, to get into Yale, so well done. As for Chicago on my end, you could make the case that that's the most impressive acceptance to date, inasmuch as I'd already withdrawn from there at the time they took me... Thanks, though.

- gkentch
  • Nice
  • Sunday, March 04 2007 at 07:01 PM

Batting .1000, eh? Way to go.

- ever
  • congrats on yale
  • Thursday, March 08 2007 at 10:30 AM

figured it was only a matter of time! went there for undergrad.. think you'll like it

- moglidabear
  • please offer your words of wisdom!
  • Monday, March 12 2007 at 10:07 PM

first of all, i would like to congratulate on your success with your law school applications! I was wondering if you would be willing to give me some advice. I was wondering whether or not harvard addcomm asked you for the phone numbers of the places you volunteered at and what they specifically ask you during interviews. I have read your posts on law school forums and they have already helped me a lot but I was wondering if you would be willing to provide me with more details? Thank you so much for your help and congrats again on your acceptances!

- chooo
  • feet dragging
  • Sunday, March 18 2007 at 09:13 PM

yale is funny about yale alum:D and penn wrote me an email last week claiming that they just received my application and would inform me of their decision in 8 weeks. all that inspite of the fact that i went complete in december. go figure! oh well. i'm looking at columbia, berkeley and NYU more closely these days on account of scholarship money... as well as the fact that when i ask S&H what distinguishes them from other schools i'm considering, i'm usually told.. "well, even if you pay 20k more a year, you'll still leave with our name on your diploma..." come on folks, try a little harder...

- moglidabear
  • GULC
  • Monday, March 26 2007 at 08:11 AM

Its odd, I could have never envisioned picking between Duke and Michigan, but here I am looking at those two as my two favorites. I'm going to Ann Arbor this weekend. I'll probably need at least a little bit of money from them to really consider choosing them over Duke. I will *probably* stay on the UVA waitlist and hope regardless. Congrats on choosing Yale. Mailing that deposit MUST feel good.

- souper
  • Duke v Mich...
  • Tuesday, March 27 2007 at 07:22 AM

I was thinking along those lines until I went to the Duke ASW, and it was fantastic. Now, I keep going back and forth. And they have put so much into recruitment. I didn't get to a Michigan ASW, but I will try my best to give them a fair shot this weekend when I visit. I don't think I'd need a matching offer or anything just a little something that would cut into the Duke money. Then there's the great location of GULC in my favorite city in the country...so confused.

- souper
  • UVA scholarship
  • Tuesday, March 27 2007 at 10:09 AM

From what I understand, UVA has not sent out very many of their scholarship awards yet. So don't lose hope! Have you tried talking to the aid office about your preferences? I mean, if you really want UVA$$$ over Yale$, it can't hurt to tell them this. I look at your profile and wonder if those other schools looked at you as a lost cause who would wind up at Yale/Harvard no matter what. Of course, turning down Yale, I imagine :-), is very difficult. PS When were you in DC? I did two years of Undergrad there, and just adore the city...maybe if GULC came up with some money... Aaaahhh!!! Now I'm considering Georgetown again...thanks a lot :-p

- souper
  • Congrats on YLS!
  • Friday, April 06 2007 at 02:44 PM

Congratulations again on an awesome cycle! I'm glad you got some grants to attend Yale--it may not be much, but it's something! I think you'll love it in New Haven-- are you still not planning on attending the ASW?

- mike245
  • Re:
  • Tuesday, April 10 2007 at 08:44 PM

Letylyf- That's great! I'm so glad I'll finally be able to meet you! I'll be there from Thurs mid-morning to Friday afternoon. Are you on facebook?

- mike245
  • great acceptances
  • Monday, April 23 2007 at 08:31 AM

hey great numbers and great acceptances. how did you study for the lsat and for how long? any advice? thanks.

- eakaeykit
  • groups
  • Saturday, April 28 2007 at 06:20 PM

You know, if this site had groups, you would obsess over how many you had. :^P

- Wifey
  • congrats on your cycle
  • Tuesday, May 08 2007 at 11:14 AM

congrats on your cycle, much love, lsd.org

- jer2911tx
  • several questions
  • Saturday, June 16 2007 at 05:22 PM

1. Did going to OU adversely affect anyone's opinion of your GPA? I also went to OU and have several friends who were hurt in med school applications (despite having 4.0's) because of our undergrad program. 2. I'm sure you've explained it to people before, but what's the formula for succeeding on the LSAT? I've avoided taking it so far out of fear. 3. Do you know what happened at Stanford? Did they give you any reason for the rejection? Thank you for your answers, and, as everyone has already mentioned, you are just amazing. I wish you the best of luck and I am positive you will succeed. Boomer Sooner.

- toeknee
  • LSAT?
  • Thursday, July 26 2007 at 08:49 PM

Hey there! I'm from Oklahoma myself, (OSU actually, don't hold it against me!) and I'm taking my LSAT this September. Any advice on LSAT prep? The options are few and far between 'round these parts.

- saintly77

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