Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby tamlyric » Tue Dec 15, 2009 3:38 pm

jayzon wrote:
tamlyric wrote:
jayzon wrote:
JollyGreenGiant wrote:Accepted today, as well. Around 9:30 AM.


SWEETNESS, JGG.


i see how it is, jay. :oops:


...I missed something.


Lol! Nothing worth seeing apparently... :wink:

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby tamlyric » Tue Dec 15, 2009 3:39 pm

JollyGreenGiant wrote:
tamlyric wrote:
jayzon wrote:
JollyGreenGiant wrote:Accepted today, as well. Around 9:30 AM.


SWEETNESS, JGG.


i see how it is, jay. :oops:

Oh snap, I completely missed that you got accepted too! Congrats! Where does Madison fall on your wishlist?


it's up there, i think, jolly. but the $-thing will probably be the deciding factor in the end.

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby JollyGreenGiant » Tue Dec 15, 2009 3:40 pm

I think I know the answer to this, but are you a resident?

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby Notor » Tue Dec 15, 2009 3:41 pm

Panther7 wrote:
JollyGreenGiant wrote:
mxc wrote:Congrats to those who were accepted. Any of you willing to share stats?


170+ LSAT and 3.8+ GPA.


You actually going with those numbers?

You would seriously turn down a full ride at a school in a state where you don't have to sit for the bar if you graduate from that school? No debt + no bar= a fun 3 years and lots of $$$ at graduation time. People who pay sticker at t14 over full rides at schools like Wisconsin are bonkers IMO. $200k debt with compounding interest vs. no debt? Give me no debt any time.

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby tamlyric » Tue Dec 15, 2009 3:47 pm

JollyGreenGiant wrote:I think I know the answer to this, but are you a resident?


not a resident, but i would have reciprocity.

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby JollyGreenGiant » Tue Dec 15, 2009 3:59 pm

jayzon wrote:
Highly credited. I would take a free ride at Wisco over everything short of HYS at sticker.


+1 for me. Except you could probably throw Chicago and Columbia in with HYS for me.
And tl.. niiiice. Isn't it around 20k/yr then?

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby tamlyric » Tue Dec 15, 2009 4:01 pm

JollyGreenGiant wrote:
jayzon wrote:
Highly credited. I would take a free ride at Wisco over everything short of HYS at sticker.


+1 for me. Except you could probably throw Chicago and Columbia in with HYS for me.
And tl.. niiiice. Isn't it around 20k/yr then?


i think it's around 25k/yr, but still not too bad. a scholly would be oh so nice.
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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby JollyGreenGiant » Tue Dec 15, 2009 4:01 pm

And if anyone plans on going to ASW (whenever it is), I will be there! I've heard about other school's ASWs.. I can only imagine that Wisc's is pretttttty fun.

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby Panther7 » Tue Dec 15, 2009 4:18 pm

Notor wrote:
Panther7 wrote:
JollyGreenGiant wrote:
mxc wrote:Congrats to those who were accepted. Any of you willing to share stats?


170+ LSAT and 3.8+ GPA.


You actually going with those numbers?

You would seriously turn down a full ride at a school in a state where you don't have to sit for the bar if you graduate from that school? No debt + no bar= a fun 3 years and lots of $$$ at graduation time. People who pay sticker at t14 over full rides at schools like Wisconsin are bonkers IMO. $200k debt with compounding interest vs. no debt? Give me no debt any time.



It makes much more sense now that I know he's a fellow Wisconsinite. If you are from Wisconsin and plan to live in Wisconsin, I don't really see much upside to going to any other school except maybe a NU or Chicago, maybe HYS for prestige, but Wisconsin is obviously a practical choice. Hell, I'm hoping just to be able to pay sticker at UW, regardless of what other acceptances I get, so I understand completely.

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby tamlyric » Tue Dec 15, 2009 4:20 pm

jayzon wrote:
JollyGreenGiant wrote:And if anyone plans on going to ASW (whenever it is), I will be there! I've heard about other school's ASWs.. I can only imagine that Wisc's is pretttttty fun.


In four months, when I finally get my acceptance (I just sent my app in last week), I'll meet you and TL there.


FTW! :mrgreen:

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby Slimpee » Tue Dec 15, 2009 4:24 pm

jayzon wrote:In four months, when I finally get my acceptance (I just sent my app in last week), I'll meet you and TL there.


Oooo, can I join, too?

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby tamlyric » Tue Dec 15, 2009 4:25 pm

Slimpee wrote:
jayzon wrote:In four months, when I finally get my acceptance (I just sent my app in last week), I'll meet you and TL there.


Oooo, can I join, too?


as long as you behave in the meantime, slimpee. :wink:

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby Slimpee » Tue Dec 15, 2009 4:28 pm

tamlyric wrote:
as long as you behave in the meantime, slimpee. :wink:


Eh, never mind then

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby tamlyric » Tue Dec 15, 2009 4:32 pm

Slimpee wrote:
tamlyric wrote:
as long as you behave in the meantime, slimpee. :wink:


Eh, never mind then


Lol!

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby rockthelaw » Tue Dec 15, 2009 5:35 pm

Slimpee wrote:
jayzon wrote:In four months, when I finally get my acceptance (I just sent my app in last week), I'll meet you and TL there.


Oooo, can I join, too?


Man, I would love to join y'all, too. I visited earlier this fall and really liked the area. The school itself is a really cool building and Madison is just so pretty and energetic.

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby Slimpee » Tue Dec 15, 2009 5:45 pm

rockthelaw wrote:
Slimpee wrote:
jayzon wrote:In four months, when I finally get my acceptance (I just sent my app in last week), I'll meet you and TL there.


Oooo, can I join, too?


Man, I would love to join y'all, too. I visited earlier this fall and really liked the area. The school itself is a really cool building and Madison is just so pretty and energetic.


Join the party! I'll be heading in from the west ready to PAR-TAY!

I hope I get into Wisc...LSP gives me a Strong Consider at 65% of the avg. or median or whatever the % means. I haven't spent a ton of time in Madison but from what I know i'd really like it.

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby rockthelaw » Tue Dec 15, 2009 6:09 pm

Slimpee wrote:
rockthelaw wrote:
Slimpee wrote:
jayzon wrote:In four months, when I finally get my acceptance (I just sent my app in last week), I'll meet you and TL there.


Oooo, can I join, too?


Man, I would love to join y'all, too. I visited earlier this fall and really liked the area. The school itself is a really cool building and Madison is just so pretty and energetic.


Join the party! I'll be heading in from the west ready to PAR-TAY!

I hope I get into Wisc...LSP gives me a Strong Consider at 65% of the avg. or median or whatever the % means. I haven't spent a ton of time in Madison but from what I know i'd really like it.


Awesome. I'm trying not to get anxious about my application at Wisconsin, but the crazy is starting to overtake me. I might need to cut myself off from the status checker.

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby mchrop10 » Tue Dec 15, 2009 6:20 pm

Oooo, can I join, too?[/quote]

Man, I would love to join y'all, too. I visited earlier this fall and really liked the area. The school itself is a really cool building and Madison is just so pretty and energetic.[/quote]

Join the party! I'll be heading in from the west ready to PAR-TAY!

I hope I get into Wisc...LSP gives me a Strong Consider at 65% of the avg. or median or whatever the % means. I haven't spent a ton of time in Madison but from what I know i'd really like it.[/quote]

Awesome. I'm trying not to get anxious about my application at Wisconsin, but the crazy is starting to overtake me. I might need to cut myself off from the status checker.[/quote]


+1

Doesn't help that a bunch of IR 11/24s have been accepted today :oops:

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby Slimpee » Tue Dec 15, 2009 6:27 pm

I went complete today. Let the fun begin!

Did anyone else write a "Why Wisconsin"? I did but i'm not sure how valuable it is...

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby Shimmer649 » Tue Dec 15, 2009 7:33 pm

Slimpee wrote:Did anyone else write a "Why Wisconsin"? I did but i'm not sure how valuable it is...


I did. Who knows how useful it was, but I got an Acceptance email today instead of the Waitlist my numbers would suggest ----> 165, 3.03, non-URM Resident

See you all in the fall!

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby mchrop10 » Wed Dec 16, 2009 11:07 am

For those of you who have been accepted, what did you status checker change to?

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby mchrop10 » Wed Dec 16, 2009 2:46 pm

bump.

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby rockthelaw » Wed Dec 16, 2009 3:24 pm

Anybody get any news today?

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby Ryan_MPLS » Wed Dec 16, 2009 5:14 pm

I got an acceptance email today. I am excited, but I much prefer the dramatic trip to the mailbox.

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Re: Wisconsin 2010 Application Cycle

Postby scottwisconsin » Wed Dec 16, 2009 5:48 pm

just got in yesterday. i was complete 12/4 with a 3.3 and a 166.

also im finishing up undergrad right now, so if anyone is looking for a tour of campus or has any questions about madison let me know!




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