tua05057 (2019-2020)

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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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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 Dayton F graph WL, Accepted A -- -- -- 06/02/09 10 years
Cleveland State University F graph Rejected -- -- -- 05/10/09 11 years
Barry University School of Law graph Waitlisted 03/09/09 -- -- -- 11 years
Temple University graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 11 years
Capital University graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 11 years
Duquesne University graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 11 years
University of Toledo F graph Rejected -- -- -- 02/13/09 11 years
Widener University F graph Accepted SP -- -- -- 02/11/09 11 years
Rutgers State University Camden graph Rejected -- -- -- 02/13/09 11 years
University of Louisville graph Waitlisted -- -- -- -- 11 years
University of Kansas graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 11 years
Stetson University graph Rejected -- -- -- 12/23/08 11 years
Michigan State College of Law graph Rejected -- -- -- 12/18/08 11 years
University of Baltimore graph Rejected -- -- -- 12/06/08 11 years

Applicant Information

146
3.61
N/A
Temple University
English
N/A

Demographic Information

Rural Southwestern PA
Pennsylvania
White
Female
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

None of these things matter, so don't even bother wasting your time reading them. Unbeknownst to me, I am an unattractive candidate for admission into law school. It doesn't matter what I did as an undergrad because no matter how much I study, I don't perform well on standardized tests such as the SAT or LSAT. Four years of working hard AND playing a D-1 sport in college don't matter one bit.

Magna Cum Laude
Temple women's volleyball
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Six semesters on Dean's List
Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll
Atlantic 10 all-conference team
President's Honor Roll for Temple Student-Athletes

Recently laid off as paralegal in DuPont's legal department due to the completion of our cases.

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

12/07: Took the LSAT and received a 143. I definitely need to take it again.
10/08: Getting ready for the LSAT on Saturday...hopefully I do better!
10/07/08: Sent in my application to Temple. One down, many, many more to go!
10/12/08: Sent in my application to Stetson.
10/13/08: Sent in my application to Rutgers-Camden.
10/14/08: Sent in my application to the University of Dayton.
10/15/08-10/23/08: I stopped keeping track of when I sent these, but I applied to Duquesne, U. of Baltimore, Michigan State, Widener, and Kansas. I picked Kansas because they have a summer start option, which would be extremely beneficial to me.
10/24/08: Got my LSAT score and only scored a 146! I am so upset and disappointed! I expected slightly higher since my practice tests were higher.
11/5/08: Spoke to the Cleveland-Marshall admissions recruiter who basically told me my chances of getting into CM were slim to none. It just made my day...not! I'm still applying there, though, since it's free.
11/9/08: Sent application to Toledo because I was able to write an addendum as to why the LSAT is an unreliable indicator of what makes a successful law student. I have applied to 10 schools now but feel I should do more.
11/10/08: Just received an email from Dayton saying they are waiving my application fee due to my academic performance. That's a good sign...I hope.
11/19/08: Sent applications to Cleveland-Marshall and Louisville. I know they are stretches, as are most of my schools, but I am really hoping for a miracle.
12/5/08: My applications are under review at Temple, Dayton, and Duquesne, but I haven't heard back from any other schools. I wonder how long it takes to hear back. It could be a good thing that they're taking their time on their decisions...wishful thinking.
12/6/08: Well, so much for wishful thinking. I received my first rejection letter in the mail from the University of Baltimore. I don't know how I feel about that since it wasn't really my first choice. I hope this isn't starting some vicious cycle.
12/18/08: MIchigan State rejected me but sent me information on their LEO program, which is conditional and costs like $1300. I don't think I'll do it because if I get through it, then I get evening admission. I don't want that.
12/23/08: Rejected at Stetson...Merry Fuckin' Christmas! I just love being 0-3
1/12/09: Rejected at Kansas. I was expecting that, though. I really hope I will actually be going to law school next year...getting very scared.
1/27/09: I received a letter from Louisville saying my application is on "Hold" so they can get a feel of the incoming class profile. I'm glad it's not a flatout rejection...yet. They said they reviewed my application, so at least they are considering me in the running. I don't know what to call this since no decision has been made, so for now, I'll say I'm waitlisted. I should know in the next few weeks whether I'm in there or not. Did anyone else receive this from Louisville?
2/11/09: Well, after waiting to hear from Widener for months, all I received from them was an invitation to their TAP program. I think I'll pass on that. I'm definitely losing hope by the minute....I doubt I'm going to law school.
2/13/09: Rejected at Rutgers-Camden AND Toledo. My future is looking brighter every day. I really don't think I'm getting into law school....
2/17/09: Sent in a desperation app to Capital.
2//26/09: Has anyone else been waiting for a decision from schools they sent apps to way back in October or November? I have been! I know they're complete but still no word from these schools. I'm getting extremely nervous/stressed out/losing all hope. Help!!!!
3/4/09: Received an email from the admissions dean at Louisville saying that the second review of apps is going to happen in late March/early April. I'm not very hopeful about Louisville...or any other school. This waiting is killing me!!!!!!!! I don't have any aceptances, and summer conditional programs are not an option.
3/9/09: Rejected at my top choice! Figures!!! Life sucks...I have lost ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL hope. For all the money I wasted on app fees, LSAC membership, LSAT tests, and my LSAT prep course, I could have had two pairs of Manolos and some designer clothes to go with them.
3/9/09: Another desperation app to Barry. I don't even know if I have a chance, but oh well...worth a shot.
3/10/09: Waitlisted at Dayton. That's better than a rejection, I suppose.
3/21/09: After MUCH consideration, I have decided that it wouldn't hurt for me to do the TAP program at Widener because even if I don't go to school there, I'll still have an edge. I'm VERY nervous for it because only 25%-30% of the students get into law school, and if I don't make it, then NO law school will EVER take me. Hopefully I'll get accepted somewhere else and won't have to worry.
3/22/09: Rejected at Capital. They sent the letter at the beginning of the month, so they didn't even consider me.
3/30/09: Well, after almost 6 months of waiting, I received a big fat rejection from Temple. Their letter was quite laughable I must say. My app at Barry has been put on hold, too.
3/31/09: Heard from Louisville, and they won't have a decision made until mid to late April. I submitted LOCI to Dayton and to Louisville.
5/9/09: Finally got my much-anticipated rejection letter from Cleveland-Marshall. I can't even be depressed anymore because my life sucks more than I can even describe.
5/19/09: TAP at Widener starts tonight, and I am SO nervous! Only a certain % of people pass, and I hope and pray that I am one of them! This is SO nervewracking!!!!!!!
6/2/09: I'M IN AT DAYTON!!!!!!!!!!!! I JUST RECEIVED AN EMAIL!!!! Now I have some options since I'm doing TAP at Widener right now. If I pass the classes, then I'll be in the part-time program there. I'M GOING TO LAW SCHOOL!!!!!!
6/12/09: Sent in my deposits to Dayton, so that's where I'm going!!! My TAP grades won't be back in time anyway, and I think UD is the better school!!! WOOOO!!!!!

Visitor Comments

  • Wednesday, October 29 2008 at 07:58 PM

I understand your frustration with the LSAT. I originally took the LSAT in 2006 and got a 142, then took an LSAT prep course, raised my score 8 points in class but on test day only got a 145. I hope you are not too discouraged... I am still applying and did research to see which schools would be more likely to accept my score. Looks like we both applied to Dayton. Best of luck to you, I hope we are both able to make our dreams come true.

- rosiesrules
  • Wednesday, October 29 2008 at 07:59 PM

Don't give up!!!

- rosiesrules
  • Wednesday, October 29 2008 at 08:06 PM

One more thing... I don't know if this will help you or not but it helped me. On the LSAC website you can search for schools that statistically might accept you based on your GPA and LSAT, when compared to previous years' applicants. Go to LSAC.org, then under the heading "Finding the right law school for you" click on Search Official Guide and Data, and then UGPA/ LSAT search. Hope this helps. Your numbers are slightly higher than mine so you do have a better chance of getting in than I do! Congrats on winning the world series if you are a Phillies fan btw.

- rosiesrules
  • Hey!
  • Saturday, November 08 2008 at 01:41 PM

Hey Christina! I told you this Web site was a good resource. I have you on my watch list because I'm excited to see your progress. GOOD LUCK!

- aclark
  • Tuesday, November 18 2008 at 11:34 AM

Take a look at Chiashu.com, they actually have a pretty good system of which schools you have a chance at. Its not totally updated and not well organized but at least its another tool. I think you have a good chance of getting in, espcially to the schools that look more at the GPA then LSAT. There seems to be a movement within the law school community to not weigh as much on the LSATs. You may want to apply to 1 or 2 3rd and 4th teer schools. Let me know if you want any suggestions. Good luck!

- Candyman134
  • Hi
  • Wednesday, December 03 2008 at 09:20 PM

Hi there, Temple is a good institution. Nicely done Tua. I would like to pick your brain about CM. Did you apply full time or part time? Did you apply to the special program or the regular program? We have similar scores here and we applied to similar schools. Do we have a strong shot at Baltimore? What are your thoughts? What about Kansas?

- CriminalLaw6th
  • Baltimore
  • Saturday, December 06 2008 at 08:20 PM

Hi there, I am sorry to hear that. Did you apply full time or part time? Don't worry.. Are you complete at Rutgers Camden? We will stay in touch Tua.

- CriminalLaw6th
  • Kansas
  • Saturday, December 06 2008 at 08:21 PM

You have some similar schools on here. You hae a shot at other schools. Don't sweat it Tua.

- CriminalLaw6th
  • Baltimore
  • Monday, December 08 2008 at 03:26 AM

Yeah...it sucks...but I wouldn't worry to much. You've applied to a lot of schools and your bound to get into a few. Besides, its still early in the cycle.

- Candyman134
  • Tuesday, December 09 2008 at 01:32 PM

i am equally as jealous of your gpa! best of luck to you. i'm sure greatness awaits you wherever you end up :)

- nichca3
  • hey!
  • Tuesday, December 09 2008 at 05:10 PM

i'm sorry to hear about bmore! i'm pretty sure that acceptance was just lucky for me. i might have earned some points with them because my undergrad school is right down the street...i'm sure you'll have good news soon!

- murphyslaw
  • Waiting...
  • Wednesday, December 10 2008 at 03:22 PM

Hey there. It's going okay, I got accepted to Cooley and waitlisted at Texas Southern. I have yet to hear from the schools that I really want to get into. I would say that I am starting to get nervous, but pretty much no one else has heard from the schools that applied where I did either... so I guess I can't be too worried! It's just the waiting that sucks, that's all. Have you started to apply for financial aid yet? I am worried about that, and how to go about doing that. I would like to at least hear back from a few schools before Christmas, especially considering that I applied in September and October.

- rosiesrules
  • Wednesday, December 10 2008 at 03:53 PM

Maybe we will both have some good news before Christmas, eh? Here's to hoping that we both get some good news before then.

- rosiesrules
  • Thursday, December 11 2008 at 02:23 PM

You can still get in, don't listen to the current student who commented above. There are schools that you can get into with a 146. Don't let someone else's beliefs discourage you. Because I am certainly not going to let it discourage me and I got one point lower than you.

- rosiesrules
  • Thursday, December 11 2008 at 02:25 PM

Remember, numbers are important... but they also look at letters of recommendation, personal statment, resumes, etc.

- rosiesrules
  • Friday, December 12 2008 at 04:13 PM

I only had 2 letters of recommendation, and they were both from my supervisors. I think that as long as they knew you well and can tell about your character and hard work then its okay. I graduated almost 5 years ago and wasn't close with any of my professors so I didn't ask them to write letters for me.

- rosiesrules
  • Good luck
  • Monday, December 15 2008 at 01:56 AM

Good luck with your cycle. I know how you feel about the lsat. I was practicing at a 170 and scored a 150 on the real thing :-{ All you can do is make sure the rest of your app is strong and go for it. Having a good GPA doesn't hurt either (which you do have)! Good luck, I think you'll get a few nice surprised this year.

- starrykc16
  • Baltimore
  • Wednesday, December 17 2008 at 06:01 PM

I was also rejected from Baltimore. Judging by their numbers, they seem to be focused on that lsat score.

- CriminalLaw6th
  • Thursday, December 18 2008 at 09:03 AM

Thanks! Are you looking to stay around Wilmington/Philadelphia? I'm from that area too and the Philly schools are definitely a big draw. Good luck with your cycle!

- loamanda
  • Thursday, December 18 2008 at 03:22 PM

Both Temple and Widener have great reputations in this area...half the lawyers I meet in Delaware came out of Widener! Best of luck!

- loamanda
  • :(
  • Thursday, December 18 2008 at 03:24 PM

Sorry to see we both got the boot from Michigan State today. Oh well, we're pretty much applying to all the same schools so I'm following your cycle. Hope you don't mind. :) Good luck with the rest your applications! Hopefully schools will look past our low lsat (I mean, come on, we have the gpa!) and know that we're great students!

- kszkotak
  • Friday, December 19 2008 at 08:09 PM

Hey I just read your note on kszkotak's page. I'm sorry to hear about your rejection. I still have faith that you will get in somewhere! Since you have applied to Kansas, have you considered Oklahoma City? I wouldn't worry about the speeding ticket, I disclosed mine also, and really... who hasn't had at least one speeding ticket in their life? I'm 28 and I've had 3 tickets in the 12 years that I have been driving... apparently my insurance company thinks that is really good because my insurance is low.

- rosiesrules
  • Stay Positive
  • Thursday, December 25 2008 at 05:14 PM

I understand your concern with your LSAT score but understand that a lot of schools consider the applicants entire application and not just the numbers. I was also a college scholarship athlete and I know that persistance and perserverance are essential qualities to a successful competitor. Remember those qualities. Good luck!!

- cmintz001
  • Thursday, December 25 2008 at 08:34 PM

I can't stand schools that aren't able to look beyond a standardized test like the LSATs and focus on academic performance. I'll be pulling for you, and hope you have the best of luck during your cycle!

- coolkatz321
  • Good luck
  • Thursday, January 01 2009 at 06:40 AM

I wish you the best of luck in your cycle. It sucks that 4 years of hard work is being spoiled by a 5 hour test.

- ncJEFF
  • FAFSA
  • Sunday, January 04 2009 at 07:29 AM

Its best to fill it out ASAP. The amount you receive depends on when you get it in (among other factors).

- Candyman134
  • Hope
  • Monday, January 05 2009 at 05:28 AM

Dont give up. My score and GPA is lower than yours and I have some acceptances, dont lose hope.

- rubytigga85
  • Monday, January 05 2009 at 07:12 AM

Best of luck to you as well! I do admit that the rejection letter two days before Christmas does seem a little cold. I know that's just how the cycle falls...but we can still have bad thoughts if we choose...bastards. :) Hang in there!

- hereitgoes
  • Pitt
  • Monday, January 05 2009 at 03:26 PM

Honestly I was so impressed with Pitt just from the information on their website when I was researching schools. I am very excited about Pitt and the scholly has definitely bumped it up quit a bit on my list. I've heard some fantastic things from past students about the Pittsburgh area and the law school and they are all extremely positive. So, yes I feel extremely glad to have this little gem in my pocket! And I played at Tennessee (not scholarship, though)

- TH0409
  • Pat and Pitt
  • Tuesday, January 06 2009 at 02:22 PM

Yes, Pat is an amazingly wonderful person, teacher, coach, mentor, and everything else you can imagine! She's as incredible in real life as she seems. And I'm jealous you wer at the Rutgers game--how incredible was that! I thought about having her write an LoR but because I've been out of school for so long I already had my LORs written by non-academic references. So I didn't think that would help me too much. I talked a bit about my experience with the team, but just a little bit. I'm glad to hear such great things about Pitt. Everything you've said is really encouraging. If I have any questions I'll definitely know who to ask.

- TH0409
  • Tuesday, January 13 2009 at 09:16 AM

Sorry to hear of your rejection. We have similar numbers so I am sure I won't get in either. Stay Positive!

- zbold003
  • Other law school option
  • Wednesday, January 14 2009 at 07:56 PM

I wanted to wish you good luck on this cycle. I also wanted to suggest a few schools--FL Coastal, Barry, and NCCU. Those are some of the schools that tend to take a little lower LSAT score especially when you have a great GPA like you do. All 3 are fully accredited with ABA. I wasn't very happy with my score either and have applied to these schools myself. Anyway, best of luck on this cycle.

- JulieC1134
  • LSN
  • Thursday, January 15 2009 at 04:58 PM

....don't get discouraged!!!!!!!!!!!

- Kerry
  • Friday, January 16 2009 at 10:42 AM

hey, Dont worry.. Your def going to get in somewhere. I'm sure your going to make a great law student. Law schools are bullshit sometimes. All they care about is some stupid test. I doubt that one of your clients cares that you weren't the best at playing fucking logic games. Hang in there

- aimperia
  • Friday, January 16 2009 at 06:59 PM

You will get accepted somewhere, I know it.

- rosiesrules
  • Thursday, January 22 2009 at 09:49 AM

Thanks, good luck to you as well! I've never been good at standardized testing, but what caaaaan you do haha.

- nattyw612
  • Hi
  • Wednesday, January 28 2009 at 10:38 AM

Were you waitlisted for the full time or for the part time program?

- CriminalLaw6th
  • Thursday, January 29 2009 at 10:08 AM

Thank you....yeah I have never been good at standardized tests so I didn't expect to do well. Good luck on U of L and the rest of your cycle!

- tnmoore37
  • Widener
  • Friday, January 30 2009 at 09:26 AM

Thanks for the congrats and congrats to you for the U of L hold!! I wish I had applied to that school!! Widener seems to be taking forever and I have no idea why. My online status checker hasn't changed since the day it came out.

- Candyman134
  • Wednesday, February 04 2009 at 04:00 AM

My GPA left much to be desired...so don't give up. Being deferred as opposed to rejected is a good sign. They must have seen something they liked! Hope to see you next year. :)

- hereitgoes
  • Louisville
  • Sunday, February 08 2009 at 08:24 AM

I sent in my Louisville application not too long ago and I was wondering if they sent you anything saying they received your application. Good luck on the rest of your application process! I am sure everything will be fine.

- tpopli1
  • Widener
  • Friday, February 13 2009 at 08:00 AM

I would agree with you completely. Those programs sound like they just want to string you along and get your money. I can't believe those people that actually do them.

- Candyman134
  • Saturday, February 14 2009 at 08:39 AM

I think that our borderline scores probably have a lot of schools unofficially "waitlisting" us, while trying to make a decision... I understand your frustration though, it's been tough for me as well. Hopefully we will see some more acceptances soon.

- angellkitty
  • Sunday, February 15 2009 at 08:32 PM

You need to stay positive! Goodluck with the rest of your process!

- midwestlawhopeful
  • Monday, February 16 2009 at 06:41 PM

I wouldn't say that I have a top choice. If I had to name a top five it would probably be Washburn, UMKC, Valparaiso, South Dakota, and North Dakota. They are all great schools with amazing qualities!

- midwestlawhopeful
  • temple app
  • Wednesday, February 18 2009 at 05:39 AM

I saw that you applied to and graduated from Temple. Me too. Have you heard anything about the acceptance rate of temple undergrad graduates into Beasley school of law? I've heard both good and bad things, but not from necessarily reliable sources. Good luck.

- Holden
  • Thursday, February 26 2009 at 03:56 PM

I thought temple was really cheap also. 20,000 or so. But their website says 36,000, which isn't cheap at all, unless i overlooked something...

- Holden
  • Friday, February 27 2009 at 05:50 AM

yea, you're right. Its "cost of attendance" So temple law ends up being cheaper than temple undergrad, as far as tuition is concerned. Thats nuts. Yea it seems a bit of an overestimate. but if you consider that rent alone will be around 7,500/year... it might add up to about that.

- Holden
  • Wednesday, March 04 2009 at 01:13 PM

It's been pretty quiet lately as far as decisions are going for me as well.

- midwestlawhopeful
  • Friday, March 06 2009 at 10:30 AM

I called them last week. They said I was complete and should be hearing from them in the next few weeks (which is pretty much what every other school I called said).

- angellkitty
  • Dayton
  • Wednesday, March 11 2009 at 04:42 PM

I heard from Dayton today.. waitlist. Which, to me, is still better than rejection, right? I hope you hear from them soon.

- rosiesrules
  • Dayton and Duquesne
  • Thursday, March 12 2009 at 04:56 PM

Hey there. I'm sorry to hear about Duquesne. I know it is tough when you get rejected to a school that you really wanted to go to. I definitely see an acceptance coming your way though, and I am in the process of trying to get off of the waitlists that I am on. Have you considered visiting Dayton or Louisville? I am visiting Dayton on Monday, March 23rd.

- rosiesrules
  • Hey
  • Tuesday, March 17 2009 at 08:08 AM

I just wanted to say, that you should not give up hope, you got into a law school even if it is summer provisional. I think you then have the ability to show them you ability and get accepted!! Then when you finish your 1L year you can transfere to a better school. As I am sure you will with your GPA and UG. Dont worry there are many paths to the same goal.

- Palma
  • south
  • Friday, March 27 2009 at 02:48 PM

i dont know if you have cosidered any southern schools but im sure you can get in to some of them such as jones and mississippi college, its not to late to apply

- scaredtodeath
  • Dayton
  • Friday, March 27 2009 at 06:22 PM

Hey there. Yeah, Dayton was great! The campus is unbelievable nice and it was an overall great experience. Dayton is a really pretty city also! Having any more luck with schools yet?

- rosiesrules
  • Dayton
  • Sunday, March 29 2009 at 04:57 PM

It's not too late to send them a letter. Good luck! I'm sorry to hear about Capital. I know you still have a few schools to hear from yet. Have you considered writing a letter to Louisville also?

- rosiesrules
  • Waitlists
  • Monday, April 06 2009 at 02:53 PM

I have a good feeling about these waitlists for you.

- rosiesrules
  • Good Luck!
  • Wednesday, April 08 2009 at 05:08 PM

Thanks for the congrats! It feels good to finally have a good school say yes! You are going to get one soon, too! Not too long ago I asked someone who was getting acceptance after acceptance to send me some good luck and so he said he sent some positive energy to me. Well, I am passing it onto you now! Good luck!!!!!

- rosiesrules
  • Were in same boat
  • Saturday, April 11 2009 at 10:07 PM

Im really happy i found this. i beleive were in same boat. i applied to lawschool on my way out of college and got rejected by all. then in summer i took a lsat class and got 144 (waste of alot of money). I have a 3.4 gpa and applied to all colleges again. Id definitely wanna talk about it more indepth. please email me becuz im freaking out!!!!!!!!!!!

- Mo
  • I am still rooting for you!!
  • Monday, April 13 2009 at 06:19 PM

Cleveland is taking awhile, huh? I'm still watching your profile, I hope you get off of one of those waitlists soon! You know, there are some schools that still take apps til May, it might not be too late to apply to a few more. I was thinking of doing that before I heard from Hamline.

- rosiesrules
  • Hey there
  • Tuesday, April 14 2009 at 06:26 PM

Hey, honestly if I was in your situation I would probably be doing the same thing, with the TAP program. I think you will hear from a school soon though. One of those 3 waitlists is bound to work out for you, and maybe the TAP is just a backup! I see that a lot of accepted people on this website have withdrawn from Dayton. I am rooting for you, girl! They'd be nuts not to accept you!! It seems like they are taking their time in regards to coming to the waitlist. Then again it looks like they take applications til May 1st, so it could be that they are waiting for the deadline to pass before they go to the waitlist.

- rosiesrules
  • It is possible!!!
  • Saturday, April 18 2009 at 12:25 PM

I don't think you need a higher score. I wouldn't want to take that test again. You could go to a lesser known school, move up the ranks, and transfer if you wanted to after the first year, or you could do the route that I did, which is what the curret student suggested, and take the LSAT 3 times over a 2 year period... which WOULD NOT recommend, because though you CAN get a higher score, if you don't do well in standardized tests then it will just be more stress than you need to put on yourself. I would not put law school off for a year. If I can get into Hamline with a 145 with a lower LSAT score then you can get into one of these schools!! It is possible! Do you really think that when you graduate law school that your clients are going to go, "Oh, you got a 146 on your LSAT? I don't want you to represent me." The numbers are NOT the whole package. Remember that, and try to stay strong. It's not just about numbers, but about personality and message and what you put into it.

- rosiesrules
  • To "Current Student":
  • Saturday, April 18 2009 at 02:51 PM

If you're so damn cocky about yourself, then why don't you have a visible profile? Yes, I deleted your first post, and you should have taken a hint. Let me live my life as I see fit, and you do the same! Have a nice day, jerk!

- tua05057
  • Saturday, April 18 2009 at 06:40 PM

For every person who tries to push you down there will be 3 more that try to raise you up. Good luck!

- rosiesrules
  • UofL
  • Thursday, April 30 2009 at 08:19 AM

Have you heard anything else from Louisville? I am stressing out waiting for them!

- kylaw2009
  • Hey
  • Monday, May 04 2009 at 09:36 AM

Hey there. I'm sorry to hear that you have not heard from any other schools. I am still remaining hopeful that one of those waitlists will come through! Just in case though, I am glad you're taking Widener's program in the meantime. I have no doubt that you will do well in it. You have an excellent GPA and because you were able to participate in sports and activities and STILL get an awesome GPA shows that you have what it takes. You will succeed!!! When does the class begin? Are you going to live on campus during the class? I know you live in Pennsylvania but how far is the campus from where you live? Good luck, I am rooting for you!

- rosiesrules
  • Monday, May 04 2009 at 09:37 AM

After all is said and done I would like to keep in touch, to see how you did in the class and see where you end up this fall.

- rosiesrules
  • Hey
  • Wednesday, May 06 2009 at 06:16 AM

I called Wash U and told them that I am still very interested. When she asked if I had any other schools, I had to reply,... no. And that I think that it is odd that I can get waitlisted at a top 20 law school and rejected at a tier4 top 400 Wasburn. Makes no sense. She told me to take the LSAT.... AGAIN! I am tired of it. I think I would have gotten in to many of the schools if I would have applied in the fall.

- zbold003
  • TAP program
  • Wednesday, May 20 2009 at 05:27 PM

Good luck to you in the TAP program! May the best man or woman win! (Which I already know is gonna be you!) I am still watching your progress because I know you will get into law school!!!

- rosiesrules
  • Wednesday, May 20 2009 at 05:28 PM

You're gonna kick ass, girl, I KNOW it!!!

- rosiesrules
  • CONGRATS!!!!
  • Tuesday, June 02 2009 at 07:01 PM

Hey!!!! Congratulations! I KNEW you would get in!!! I am so happy for you. You must be jumping up and down right about now. It's a great feeling to know that all that hard work finally paid off. I know it took forever but your time has finally come. Congrats, girl! You deserve it!!!

- rosiesrules
  • Hey!
  • Wednesday, June 03 2009 at 07:40 PM

Yes, I have just added you as a friend on facebook! You wouldn't believe this but even though I withdrew my application from Dayton over a month ago, they still e-mailed me with an acceptance. I think it is pretty cool but I have already enrolled at Hamline and have my financial aid package ready. We could have been classmates! Several schools have done that to me... given me answers even after I e-mailed them to let them know I was withdrawing my application. The other schools like 4 of them, all rejected me. The first one I got I was extrememly pissed off and wrote them a not-so-nice e-mail saying that I already withdrew my application so there was no way I could have been rejected... because I rejected them first! I am beginning to wonder if the schools ever read those e-mails. Even though I did withdraw from Dayton, had it not been for Hamline I would have definitely said yes because Dayton is a great school! I was extremely impressed by their programs and the campus is huge! I know you will be extremely happy there and very successful as well. I definitely want to keep in touch!

- rosiesrules
  • mlieggi
  • Friday, July 17 2009 at 09:20 AM

How was the TAP program at Widener? Was it difficult? I am starting Widener in the fall and am trying to guage whether or not I know what I am getting myself into. Congrats on Dayton!

- mlieggi
  • Dayton
  • Thursday, July 30 2009 at 04:30 AM

Congrats on Dayton. Dayton is where I want to attend but I am Waitlisted as of this past Monday. Any encouraging words? I wonder if anyone will drop out at this point? Good Luck and All the Best at Dayton

- determined2009
  • stetson?
  • Wednesday, October 07 2009 at 08:24 PM

Did Stetson give you a reason as to why you were rejected?? Your GPA is well above their median... Your LSAT looks like mine, not great, but I'm not good with tests either. Stetson is my #1 school so I'm curious.

- JDhopeful86

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