jts95 (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
1 Northeastern University graph Accepted $60,000 11/22/19 -- -- 06/15/20 3 months
Boston University graph Rejected 11/22/19 -- -- 01/29/20 8 months
2 Vermont Law School graph Accepted $120,000 11/22/19 -- -- 12/19/19 8 months
2 Rutgers Law School graph Accepted $38,400 11/22/19 -- -- 12/17/19 8 months
2 Drexel University graph Accepted $90,000 11/22/19 -- -- 01/07/20 8 months
1 Temple University graph Waitlisted 11/22/19 -- -- 12/06/19 8 months
Boston College graph Rejected 11/22/19 -- -- 01/09/20 9 months
Cardozo-Yeshiva University graph Pending 11/22/19 -- -- -- 10 months

Applicant Information

Large, public top 50 school
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

New Jersey
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

Over 1.5 years of job experience: internship at a small firm, and a year+ at a biglaw firm in a legal assistant role.
Study abroad experience in the Netherlands.
Strong LORs, though none from professors.


2/14/2020 - Waitlisted at Northeastern. Pretty bummed by this one, I knew it was a stretch but I think it is the best fit for me and my public interest goals. I will definitely stay on the waitlist and wait and see.

1/7/2020 - In at Drexel!

12/19/19 - In at Vermont!

12/18/19 - First acceptance came yesterday in an email from Rutgers! Today I got another email offering a $12,800 scholarship for the first year. Very exciting!

Struggled with mental health in college resulting in poor gpa, which I addressed in addendums.

I took the LSAT the first time 'cold' and got a 147. On subsequent tests with preparation I scored 161, 162, and 161. Here's hoping my first attempt and low GPA doesn't weigh me down!

Visitor Comments

  • lsat
  • Friday, November 22 2019 at 08:18 PM

tips on raising your score? did you self study? what was your routine & what resources did you use?

- inlovewithlaw374
  • Monday, November 25 2019 at 04:58 PM

I self-studied for my second attempt primarily using Khan Academy and got a 161. My third attempt I completed an online Power Score course and got a 162. Self-study again for the final attempt and got a 161. I benefited most from regularly taking practice tests learning how to use my time efficiently, particularly on the logic games. Khan academy was great because it is free and offers a lot of examples and feedback.

- jts95
  • Power Score
  • Monday, November 25 2019 at 05:08 PM

which Power Score class did you take? I'm re-taking in January and thinking about trying one of their courses.

- qclaw
  • Power Score
  • Wednesday, December 18 2019 at 11:01 AM

I took the power score live-online course. It was two nights a week for several weeks leading up to the exam. It was well run and helpful overall, but personally I would have benefited more from an in-person class because I learn better in that setting (and my score only rose 1 point, hardly worth the expensive cost of the class!).

- jts95

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