Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

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eschilli
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Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby eschilli » Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:02 pm

So far I have been admitted to:

SMU ($$)
Loyola ($$)
UC Boulder (waiting on $)
Georgia ($$)
Indiana Bloomington ($$)

3.6, 164, non URM, quite good softs

Ive been rejected by BC and Notre Dame and waitlisted by Illinois.

What are my chances at these schools? (Applied in Nov)

UNC
BU
Texas
Emory
UC Davis
USC
ASU
UW Madison
Univ Washington


Thank you

jahallc
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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby jahallc » Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:18 pm

ASU just got around to sending out decisions to Early Applicants on January 31st. So, if you're concerned about your status there because of the delay, don't be. According to LSN, an EA applicant has already gotten in with similar stats. In past cycles, it seems to be the case as well. FWIW.

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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby jks289 » Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:22 pm

eschilli wrote:So far I have been admitted to:

SMU ($$)
Loyola ($$)
UC Boulder (waiting on $)
Georgia ($$)
Indiana Bloomington ($$)

3.6, 164, non URM, quite good softs

Ive been rejected by BC and Notre Dame and waitlisted by Illinois.

What are my chances at these schools? (Applied in Nov)

UNC
BU
Texas
Emory
UC Davis
USC
ASU
UW Madison
Univ Washington


Thank you


I'd say not great odds (likely to certainly out) at BU, Texas, Emory, and USC. Decent chances at the rest. Good luck.

eschilli
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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby eschilli » Mon Feb 08, 2010 9:52 pm

I'm also on the waitlist at UI. BU and Emory are taking pple with my numbers. USC and Texas are guaranteed rejects.

The school I am most concerned about because it is my top choice is UNC. I think I have a decent chance, because of my softs relating to public interest are quite decent.

eschilli
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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby eschilli » Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:57 pm

I have been under review at Madison forever. I wouldn't be surprised if they rejected me. I am happy with the schools that I have gotten into so far, but I would really like to get into UC Davis and UNC.

eschilli
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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby eschilli » Thu Feb 11, 2010 3:26 am

anyone?

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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby millieb » Thu Feb 11, 2010 3:33 am

From your list I have been waitlisted at Madison (applied in November) and your numbers are better than mine. Still no word from Davis (in-state) since going complete mid November. No word from UNC and I applied in early January.

eschilli
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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby eschilli » Thu Feb 11, 2010 3:50 am

millieb wrote:From your list I have been waitlisted at Madison (applied in November) and your numbers are better than mine. Still no word from Davis (in-state) since going complete mid November. No word from UNC and I applied in early January.


So what do you think about my chances? I think I have solid shot at UNC, Madison, and Davis.

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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby TTTennis » Thu Feb 11, 2010 3:51 am

Here's how you answer this question. Go to lawschoolpredictor.com. Type in your LSAT/GPA. Read the results. Decide for yourself what you think your chances are. I'm not being mean here, but this is exactly what everyone else on tls will do; only they won't tell you they did that and then you will think they actually have some insight into what the adcomms at your various schools are thinking. No offense to anyone on tls, I do the exact same thing myself.

Good luck with your cycle. I think you are going to be just fine. You have a better LSAT than me, so I hope you'll be fine haha.

I think you have a good chance at UNC (although if you are out of state I think that hurts your chances) and Davis. No clue about Madison, check lawschoolpredictor.

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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby mpasi » Thu Feb 11, 2010 3:53 am

I think UNC could go either way. Maybe you should give them a call and see what the hold up is? Don't give your name.

eschilli
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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby eschilli » Thu Feb 11, 2010 3:58 am

mpasi wrote:I think UNC could go either way. Maybe you should give them a call and see what the hold up is? Don't give your name.


Madison and UNC are taking a while. They must be on the fence with me.

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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby PlugInBaby » Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:01 am

I would have doubts about U of Washington...i fear we are both on the outside looking in there. Perhaps some sort of intangible may take either of us over the top.

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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby eschilli » Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:40 am

PlugInBaby wrote:I would have doubts about U of Washington...i fear we are both on the outside looking in there. Perhaps some sort of intangible may take either of us over the top.


To be honest, I am not sure about the quality of Washington anyways. Their 'form b' was a little ridiculous as well.

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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby ec2xs » Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:47 am

eschilli wrote:So far I have been admitted to:

SMU ($$)
Loyola ($$)
UC Boulder (waiting on $)
Georgia ($$)
Indiana Bloomington ($$)

3.6, 164, non URM, quite good softs

Ive been rejected by BC and Notre Dame and waitlisted by Illinois.

What are my chances at these schools? (Applied in Nov)

UNC
BU
Texas
Emory
UC Davis
USC
ASU
UW Madison
Univ Washington


Thank you

You already got scholarship information from SMU? Nobody else seems to have. What did you receive?

eschilli
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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby eschilli » Thu Feb 11, 2010 1:52 pm

ec2xs wrote:
eschilli wrote:So far I have been admitted to:

SMU ($$)
Loyola ($$)
UC Boulder (waiting on $)
Georgia ($$)
Indiana Bloomington ($$)

3.6, 164, non URM, quite good softs

Ive been rejected by BC and Notre Dame and waitlisted by Illinois.

What are my chances at these schools? (Applied in Nov)

UNC
BU
Texas
Emory
UC Davis
USC
ASU
UW Madison
Univ Washington


Thank you

You already got scholarship information from SMU? Nobody else seems to have. What did you receive?


No $$ from SMU or Colorado.

eschilli
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Re: Chances at schools I still havent heard from yet

Postby eschilli » Thu Feb 11, 2010 5:03 pm

I really like SMU, even over the higher ranked schools I've gotten into. They are so expensive though. I really want an offer there that at least makes their tuition comprable to those other schools.




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