n1drland (2020-2021)

Views: 1839     User Since: 12/02/07

Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Valparaiso University F graph Waitlisted 12/11/07 12/17/07 -- 01/09/08 13 years
DePaul University F graph Rejected 12/11/07 12/14/07 -- 01/25/08 13 years
John Marshall Law School - Chicago graph Pending 12/11/07 -- 01/14/08 -- 13 years
Stanford University graph Pending 12/11/07 12/14/07 01/07/08 -- 13 years
Northwestern University graph Pending 12/12/07 12/14/07 01/04/08 -- 13 years
Loyola University Chicago F graph Pending 12/12/07 12/14/07 01/09/08 -- 13 years
Chicago-Kent College of Law (IIT) graph Pending 12/11/07 12/13/07 01/04/08 -- 13 years
University of Washington graph Pending 12/11/07 12/19/07 01/03/08 -- 13 years
University of Chicago graph Pending 12/11/07 12/12/07 12/31/07 -- 13 years
Seattle University graph Pending 12/11/07 12/12/07 -- -- 13 years
University of California Berkeley graph Pending 12/11/07 12/13/07 -- -- 13 years

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Extra Curricular Information

-MA International Business
-Experience in overseas sourcing and product development
-involved in student government
-decent amount of volunteer work
-speak 3 foreign languages
-lived abroad for a few years
-worked full time through undergrad and graduate studies


This is where I will update:

****Took Dec. 1 LSAT****

12/11: Got all but two applications and essays out
12/12: Wrote optional essay for NU and Loyola-Chicago
12:13: Sent out all Certification letters

Visitor Comments

  • LSAT Score
  • Sunday, December 02 2007 at 08:10 PM

I mostly focused on my weakest sections the second time around. I bombed the game section the first time so I did constant drills and practice sections to improve my timing and accuracy. I also think praticing has a cumulative effect; so if you are in the position of retaking, you begin to see more patterns and are able to predict question types etc. Lastly, I was MUCH less nervous the second time (the edge was off and I was able to handle the pressure). Sorry for the long post- good luck!

- calgal86
  • LSAT Improvement
  • Thursday, December 06 2007 at 05:26 AM

I was under a lot of personal stress the first time I took the test a few years ago. I was not under the same stress the second time. That probably explains about half my improvement. The rest was practicing Logic Games.

- techpers0n

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