Red_Bird (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
Villanova University graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 1 year
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 1 year
University of Miami graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 1 year
DePaul University graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 1 year
University of Wisconsin Madison graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 1 year
Arizona State University graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 1 year
Wake Forest University graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 1 year
University of Missouri Kansas City F graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 1 year
University of Missouri Columbia F graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 1 year
1 St. Louis University F graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 1 year

Applicant Information

170
2.1
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

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Missouri
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Female
Yes
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Extra Curricular Information

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ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

9/8/2019: I have just created the account. I do not actually know my GPA as I have several colleges to submit. I will update when I get that information.

9/12/19: Ordered transcripts

9/25/19: Transcripts finally received and evaluated. It's much worse than I thought. I have a 2.1 gpa

10/28/19: I took the LSAT today and I felt it did not go as well as I had hoped. The questions were fine, but my timing was off. If you haven't taken the digital LSAT yet, practice on digital and make sure you're not wasting time by not selecting your answer properly. I would press the answer and have to press it again because the tablet didn't "fill in" the answer. Every second counts in this timed test (seems like a "duh" piece of advice, but I was surprised at how hard I had to press sometimes...ugh)
Anyway, I registered for another test in January and will cancel if my score isn't as bad as I think it is going to be...

1/01/2020: Well, I am retaking the LSAT on January 13th. There will be no more taking the test for this cycle if this one goes poorly. I hit a snag in applying because I do not have my letters of recommendation.
TIP FOR FUTURE APPLICANTS: Definitely make sure you secure your LOR writers and approach them a LOT earlier than I did. In my opinion, you should identify professors whose teaching styles you liked and take more than one course with them and then ask them to write a LOR at the beginning of your senior year at the latest. Ask if they can complete the letters by the time application season opens in September. I still don't have mine. My LOR writers are attorneys though...so...oops.
I will try to update again after I take the LSAT on the 13th.

Visitor Comments

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  • Friday, March 20 2020 at 03:22 PM

You have a 2.1 GPA with a 170? Thats amazing! Do you mind sharing your study schedule? Thanks

- liacortez07

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