yurko246 (2017-2018)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Loyola University Chicago graph Accepted W $60,000 03/30/18 04/02/18 04/11/18 04/12/18 14 hours
Indiana University Bloomington F graph Accepted $145,500 03/30/18 03/31/18 04/09/18 04/19/18 5 days
Washington University in St Louis F graph Waitlisted 04/03/18 04/04/18 04/04/18 04/19/18 5 days
University of Minnesota Twin Cities graph Waitlisted 03/31/18 04/02/18 04/13/18 04/18/18 7 days
Marquette University F graph Pending 03/30/18 04/03/18 04/03/18 -- 13 days
University of Iowa F graph Waitlisted 03/30/18 04/02/18 04/04/18 04/11/18 13 days
University of Wisconsin Madison graph Pending 03/30/18 03/31/18 04/06/18 -- 13 days
Vanderbilt University F graph Pending 03/31/18 04/02/18 04/04/18 -- 13 days

Applicant Information

Local State College
Political Science
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

In Undergrad

Extra Curricular Information

Manager at Math Tutoring Center
Weak/Normal softs
Academically dropped for one semester. >3.9 GPA for last 30 credits


Applying very late in the cycle with a February LSAT score.
4/10 - Asked to interview with Wash U
4/11 - Waitlisted af Iowa
4/12 - Accepted at Loyola with $
4/12 - UR at Minnesota and Wisconsin
4/13 - UR at Marquette
4/16 - Interview with Wash U, said to expect a waitlist/hold
4/17 - UR at IU
4/18 - Waitlisted at Minnesota
4/19 - Accepted at IU with $$$!

Visitor Comments

  • Congrats on your admits and LSAT
  • Saturday, April 21 2018 at 02:40 AM

Hello, Looks like the cycle is really going great for you. Our gpa is almost the same. Preparing for the 2019 cycle and would really love to hear about your tips on LSAT. If I may asj, what was your study routine/schedule like? And how long did it take you to reach your score?

- gmty25
  • Response to gmty25
  • Saturday, April 21 2018 at 06:42 PM

Thanks! I'm pretty happy so far, hoping these waitlists go well too! For the LSAT you should know that I've pretty much always been good at standardized testing. I sat for the June LSAT in 2015 and got a 162 and retook in February of 2018 for 2018. I really started studying during Thanksgiving. I took quite a few full practice tests and I also had a private tutor who helped me figure out exactly what my weaknesses were. It helped a lot, but I realize that isn't an option for everyone.

- yurko246
  • All will be well!
  • Saturday, April 21 2018 at 10:04 PM

They will go well. Wow, thats impressive! As it stands, your profile is a huge motivation to me! BTW, Im really looking forward to what the UW (my potential top choice) outcome will be, considering that you are kinda late in the cycle. Hoping to see how much $$ they will offer.

- gmty25

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