BuildingFoundations (2020-2021)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
# Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
1 Harvard University graph Rejected 10/08/20 10/09/20 10/14/20 01/14/21 23 hours
Washington University in St Louis F graph Pending W 10/03/20 10/04/20 10/04/20 -- 2 days
Stanford University graph Pending 11/30/20 12/01/20 12/28/20 -- 2 days
University of California Berkeley graph Accepted 12/01/20 12/02/20 12/18/20 01/13/21 2 days
University of Southern California F graph Accepted 10/07/20 10/07/20 10/07/20 01/08/21 7 days
Cornell University F graph Rejected 10/06/20 10/07/20 10/07/20 01/08/21 7 days
University of Pennsylvania F graph Accepted 10/07/20 10/07/20 10/21/20 01/08/21 7 days
Northwestern University F graph Pending 10/07/20 10/07/20 10/21/20 -- 1 month
Columbia University F graph Pending 11/15/20 11/16/20 -- -- 1 month
University of California Los Angeles F graph Pending 11/15/20 11/16/20 11/17/20 -- 1 month
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Pending 10/07/20 10/07/20 10/16/20 -- 3 months
Yale University F graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 5 months

Applicant Information

175
3.53
N/A
Stanford
English, PoliSci
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

N/A
California
Latinx
Male
Yes
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

0.7 GPA difference between my first two years and last two years of Undergrad. Worked fewer hours(~30 to ~15) and switched from Pre-Med to English + PoliSci (had a 3.88 in English)

Leadership Roles (President of Latinx Pre-Law Group, Safety Officer for Club Sports team, Advisory Board for set of courses for Freshman, and Mentored other middle school and high school Latinx students)

Worked 13-30 hours/wk nearly every week; grades suffered (was working almost 40hrs/wk when I went on Academic Probation Sophomore year)

Summers I worked for in Real Estate Equity, at Big 5, for a local Youth Baseball Program, and in a tiny Law Office.

For my gap year, I am working in the legal department of a large, international tech company as a legal intern (typically 1L to 3Ls). Also returning to volunteer as a mentor for local underserved students which I did my Freshman year of college. I won the Mentorship award with them (volunteered from high school junior to freshman in college).

I was homeless for a very brief part of my life, and home insecure for a large part of it.

First-Generation College Student, First-Generation American, Low-Income, one of the first in my family to graduate from high school (certainly among the first on my father's side)

My girlfriend is applying to Med Schools this cycle as well, therefore a lot of my decisions are affected by her applications.

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

July 13- LSAT-Flex
July 30- July score 171
August 1- bought 7sage for LSAT Prep
August 10- bought 5hr of tutoring from Powerscore
August 30- LSAT-Flex
September 18- August score 175

Georgetown:
August 24- Denied Merit-Based Fee Waiver
September 21- Denied Merit-Based Fee Waiver

WashU:
September 8- Interview

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