yourman (2018-2019)

Views: 365     User Since: 01/16/19

Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
# Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
1 University of Cincinnati graph Accepted $27,000 01/16/19 01/16/19 01/18/19 02/19/19 7 months
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law graph Accepted $72,000 01/21/19 01/22/19 01/22/19 02/08/19 7 months
University of Dayton graph Accepted 01/11/19 01/11/19 01/11/19 01/29/19 8 months
2 University of Kentucky graph Rejected 01/15/19 01/16/19 01/16/19 01/30/19 8 months
University of Louisville graph Rejected 01/11/19 01/14/19 01/15/19 01/25/19 8 months
2 Northern Kentucky University graph Accepted $39,000 01/14/19 01/16/19 -- 01/29/19 8 months

Applicant Information

University of Kentucky
Poly Sci
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

In Undergrad

Extra Curricular Information

Started out as a premed major which is the reason for the GPA discrepancy. Dropped out of school for a couple years and went back. My initial undergrad enrollment was at Vanderbilt. I dropped out for health reasons. I have experience as a successful business owner.


UK was first choice and UL was second. Contemplating delaying law school and retaking LSAT at this point.

Visitor Comments

  • Retake
  • Monday, February 11 2019 at 01:35 PM

Absolutely retake - also really look at your PS..... Surprised about UK and UL given your LSAT and GPA.

- lawschoolhopeful84ro
  • Retake
  • Wednesday, February 20 2019 at 03:48 PM

Yes, absolutely retake if you're not in a hurry. I just got rejected from UC with a similar LSAT. If you can get a mid-160s LSAT then you'll be a "splitter" but at least will have a better chance. Keep at it!

- samuelweaver
  • Thursday, February 21 2019 at 10:54 AM

Thanks guys for the encouragement. After talking to the IU people I'm pretty confident I'll be able to get instate tuition after my first year and they pretty much said it would't change my award amount so that would pretty much make the last two years free. Indianapolis is a pretty decent town. I'm leaning that way. I have family there which will help mitigate my cost of living.

- yourman
  • UC
  • Saturday, February 23 2019 at 06:19 PM

Are you going to attend UC?

- lawschoolhopeful84ro
  • UC
  • Friday, March 01 2019 at 04:26 AM

I doubt it. Chase gave me more money than them and right now that's a priority. I'm leaning towards going part time at chase for a year and transferring to UK. I could live at home at UK which would save me a ton of money the last two years

- yourman

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