firstnamelastname (2018-2019)

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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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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 Connecticut graph WL, Accepted A $69,000 11/25/18 -- -- 12/19/18 1 month
University of Richmond graph Accepted $105,000 12/02/18 12/02/18 -- 12/05/18 1 month
College of William and Mary graph Waitlisted -- -- -- -- 6 months
University of Colorado Boulder graph WL, Rejected -- -- -- -- 7 months
University of Maryland graph Accepted $54,000 11/28/18 11/28/18 -- 12/21/18 9 months
Indiana University Bloomington graph Rejected 12/02/18 -- -- 02/12/19 10 months
Hofstra University graph Accepted $150,000 11/25/18 -- -- -- 11 months
Northeastern University graph Accepted $30,000 11/28/18 -- -- 12/14/18 11 months
Rutgers State University Newark graph Accepted $54,000 11/25/18 -- -- 12/13/18 11 months
Temple University graph Accepted $45,000 11/25/18 -- -- 12/19/18 11 months
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign graph Accepted $140,000 11/25/18 -- -- -- 11 months
St. John's University graph Accepted 12/02/18 -- -- 01/07/19 11 months
Washington and Lee University graph Rejected 12/12/18 -- 12/12/18 01/08/19 11 months
Penn State University (Dickinson) graph Accepted $150,000 12/02/18 -- -- 12/06/18 12 months
Pace University graph Accepted 11/28/18 -- -- -- 12 months
Vermont Law School graph Accepted 11/28/18 -- -- -- 12 months

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Visitor Comments

  • Illinois Scholarship
  • Thursday, December 20 2018 at 06:01 PM

Hey, can you tell me if your Illinois scholarship is 35k per year or 35k total? Thanks and congrats!

- sw8888
  • Illinois
  • Tuesday, January 08 2019 at 01:51 PM

per year! Sorry for the confusion, i just changed all my scholarships to total amount instead

- firstnamelastname
  • Wednesday, January 16 2019 at 05:13 PM

Congrats on Illinois! Did they send you the exact scholarship amount or just email stated that something like full tuition scholarship?

- hwangbo86
  • Illinois
  • Thursday, January 17 2019 at 07:40 PM

Exact amount since out of state tuition is more like $45,000 i'd be paying about 10 grand a year

- firstnamelastname
  • Softs/Work Experience
  • Thursday, February 07 2019 at 08:53 AM

Do you have strong softs? My stats are really similar to you except my LSAT is a 167 I am pretty nervous about applying

- laws170
  • UCONN
  • Thursday, May 30 2019 at 03:18 PM

I was just wondering, what did you do to get off the waitlist and accepted into UCONN? It is one of my dream schools and we have around the same grades and I am going to apply for the Fall 2020 admission.

- NewYorkApplicant
  • Tuesday, November 12 2019 at 09:50 PM

Sorry for the very late reply!! After being waitlisted, I had written a letter expressing how UConn was my top choice because of XY and Z. Honestly though, I am not sure that is what made them call me around April/May and offer me a spot +75% scholarship. I bet it was my LSAT or they recalculated how much scholarship money they had to give away. Always hard to guess how law school's make decisions though. If it is your dream school I would say top priority is getting your LSAT up as high as possible. And then visit. If you're from NY you are close enough. Express interest by contacting the admissions dept to put you in touch with professors/faculty in an area you're interested in etc. Good luck!

- firstnamelastname

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