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-- Almost 15 years of work experience in STEM field. Currently work in a senior leadership/executive position.
-- I teach college classes part-time.
-- I hold a graduate degree from a top private university.
My first LSAT (163) was taken when I was 18 and deleted by LSAC because it was too old. My new, much worse LSAT score (158) had to be reported instead :-(
2/23/18: Accepted by Loyola via email. Surprised by the amount they offered me... It's incredibly generous, considering it is for the part-time program and renewable every year. Loyola was my first choice anyway, so unless SLU offers me a full ride (unlikely, given my new crappy LSAT), I will be attending!
3/5/2018: Status checker changed to "Decision made" last Friday. Received email with scholarship offer today. $96,000 over 3 years or $72,000 over four. Although this brings the tuition close to Loyola (since SLU is a bit cheaper), I much prefer Loyola's online/weekend format, and their attrition rate is far lower than SLU's.
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