rebelfan286 (2020-2021)

Views: 2142     User Since: 03/21/08

Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
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Applicant Information

180
4.0
4.0
Big
Poly Sci.
9999 out of 9999

Demographic Information

Las Vegas
Nevada
White
Male
N/A

Extra Curricular Information

**Store manager in luxury, high-end retail environment. Pretty unimpressive, actually.

**Unbelievably, laughably bad gpa for my first 3 years. Took 2 years off, came back, and 3.7 gpa for the last 3 years.

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Well, as of today my cycle is complete. It was a long, arduous road, but it is over. I am happy for what I received, and I feel blessed to be able to go to law school. Thank you to all who wished me well, may all your law school dreams come true! A's for everyone!!! (unless you are at UNLV)

5/16/08-Waitlisted at Oregon today. Cycle is complete.

5/5/08-Withdrew at Quinnipiac today. I am sad to have done so, and especially sad to have given up such a generous offer. On the other hand, some other, very deserving candidate will now receive that offer...so good luck to whomever receives it!

5/1/08-Accepted at Roger Williams & Honors program & 75% scholarship. Very honored for the offer, but I do believe I will be attending UNLV in the Fall. Withdrew at Northeastern, and was very, very sad to do so. I just can't justify the money.

3/21/08-First letter, first acceptance. (wow, phew, unbelievable, I'm going to law school). In at Quinnipiac with 75k.

3/26/08-Accepted at Northeastern via phone call. SO excited about this one!

3/28/08-Accepted at Suffolk via large envelope, waitlisted at Thomas Jefferson-talk about ironic.

4/16/08-Waitlisted at DePaul, Marquette, and USD since last update. Not that concerned about the first two, and withdrew from both along with Thomas Jefferson. USD I am both disappointed and happy. I was expecting an outright rejection, but have sent them a LOCI and will eagerly await news. Thanks to all whom have wished me luck, you really have made my outlook brighter!

4/17/08-In at UNLV today. Huge relief, and a huge wrench at the same time. Didn't really expect to get in, so I had been planning other things. Oh boy, the next two weeks should be INTERESTING.

4/25/08-W/L at San Francisco. Oh well, they likely had plenty of applications with better numbers than mine!

Visitor Comments

  • Help with UNLV?
  • Friday, April 04 2008 at 06:37 PM

Have you heard anything from UNLV? Do you know anyone who has? I applied to the nighttime program, do you know anyone who has applied to this program and received a decision yet? UNLV is my top choice and I am starting to get nervous.

- BobSmith
  • unlv
  • Saturday, April 19 2008 at 05:01 AM

maybe we will be classmates...good luck making the decision!

- unlv08
  • unlv
  • Monday, April 21 2008 at 04:02 AM

I will be attending Boyd in the fall but I am not going to be able to make it to the open house-I have to work. Have you decided on unlv?

- unlv08
  • gl
  • Wednesday, April 23 2008 at 06:10 AM

GL with the rest of your cycle! (from someone with similar numbers)

- shawntron3000
  • LSAT
  • Wednesday, April 23 2008 at 11:32 AM

Don't listen to Mike! The bottom line is that the LSAT is clearly the best indicator of how well you will be able to handle law school, and that is why every law school weighs that score more than anything else. Im sure you already know this, but I have to stand up for someone who also has a low GPA, but solid LSAT score. Good luck with the rest of your apps, and its good to know that law schools can see beyond grades!

- shawntron3000
  • good luck
  • Friday, April 25 2008 at 08:45 AM

Don\\\'t listen to the bitter jerks who grind out decent GPAs but choke on game day. You don\\\'t games by working hard and practice but faltering when the game starts. I\\\'ll take my 2.73 from UNLV and Top 10 law school degree over a prestigious undergrad with high gpa and TTT law degree any day. Anyone can do fine in law school, it is the easiest thing I have ever done. Good luck at Boyd. It has turned out to be a far better school than I ever imagined it would be.

- Reeeeeebbbbllls
  • I think your mistaken..
  • Friday, April 25 2008 at 03:50 PM

Obviously the LSAT does mean "shit"....maybe if yours was higher you would be in at Suffolk. Don't get angry at other people's success, it is isn't very mature. Grow up and play with the cards your dealt.

- oldmanriver
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  • Friday, May 02 2008 at 10:20 PM

If Roger Williams is so bad, why'd you apply? Oh that's right, your shitty GPA...hahaha, you can't even do better than a 2.44 - that is SO HILARIOUS..it's so funny. You're so dumb and you know it..it's SO GREAT.

- MikeTheGator
  • MikeTheGator is my bitch
  • Thursday, May 08 2008 at 08:27 AM

Seriously, don't waste your time with this bitter little boy anymore. The guy comes into your thread, dogs you out because you did well on the LSAT and then starts calling people names because they don't agree with him. Are you closing in on a final decision?

- oldmanriver
  • hell yeah!
  • Monday, August 04 2008 at 03:58 PM

it hurt like hell knowing that i had 60k guaranteed on the table. but this is where i want to be now and after law school.

- santaclarahopeful
  • good luck with school!
  • Friday, August 08 2008 at 04:53 AM

it must be almost time to start at UNLV! good luck! i have a rough gpa too but you are going to be my lsat role model here in a month or so haha

- mfcharlton

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