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CollieCon
Class of 2026
First choice school:
3.78/4.3
GPA
Journalism
163/180
LSAT
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T3
5 years legal experience, first gen college student, journalist for university paper
URM
Work
5-9 years
paralegal (2 years), legal assistant (3 years)
Goal
Estate Planning/Tax Law
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School apps

Rank
2022-2023
Result App type FW Resident Schol... Sent Sent raw Received Received raw Complete Complete raw UR UR raw UR2 UR2 raw II II raw Decision Decision raw
15 Georgetown University Rejected RDregular decision Jan 04 2023-01-04 Jan 05 2023-01-05 Apr 21 2023-04-21
71 Northeastern University Accepted, Wi... RDregular decision $35,000 Dec 15 2022-12-15 Dec 22 2022-12-22 Apr 12 2023-04-12
45 Pepperdine University WL, Withdrawn RDregular decision Dec 21 2022-12-21 Jan 01 2023-01-01 Feb 16 2023-02-16 Mar 14 2023-03-14
158 Santa Clara University Accepted, Wi... RDregular decision $175,000 Dec 15 2022-12-15 Dec 16 2022-12-16 Dec 19 2022-12-19 Jan 09 2023-01-09 Jan 25 2023-01-25 Jan 26 2023-01-26
60 UCalifornia (Hastings) Accepted, At... RDregular decision $105,000 Dec 21 2022-12-21 Dec 21 2022-12-21 Jan 20 2023-01-20 Feb 02 2023-02-02
78 USan Diego WL, Withdrawn RDregular decision Jan 04 2023-01-04 Jan 05 2023-01-05 Jan 05 2023-01-05

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WhatTheSplit
16:27
Ok so are all the unnamed WashU scholarships just called “Scholar in Law”? The letter says “one of the most prestigious scholarship awards,” but it seems like that’s what they call their general scholarship program that awards 90% of students.
@Pookie52: two years of retroactive withdrawals and 2ish years of UG gap after that
17:04
Hi I’m new
17:05
How do I pay for law school?
17:13
be rich or take out loans
17:13
get scholarships
Pookie52
17:30
parents
Pookie52
17:31
inheritance
Pongleton
17:37
rob bank
17:39
crypto scam
Most schools are generous with aid and you can usually get 25-50% off
grad plus loans
Then you have to take significant loans
Or get a full ride
@slaughter: test well, negotiate well, be debt-averse in your decision-making
17:59
It’s not that hard lmao just have a 177+/4.0 and some school will offer u a full ride
18:00
But yeah what everyone else suggested works too especially crypto scam and rich parents
Rich parents is the meta
Ijustwannagetinman
18:27
I think there are studies that paying for education, specifically advanced education, and giving your child money for their first home downpayment are the biggest propellants towards wealth a parent can give their kid
Ijustwannagetinman
18:27
Once a family has achieved enough wealth to do the above 2, then future generations almost certainly will also have the ability. That's how generational wealth remains. Debt is a wealth killer
Absolutely, valuable insight
Pookie52
19:13
Any real reason to consider USC over UCLA for BL?
Pookie52
19:14
UCLA is even a bit cheaper but I'm just curious if there's anyone reason to consider it
UCLA is categorically better
Pookie52
19:15
thats what im thinking
19:40
The only reason ppl go to usc over ucla is cuz the former is more generous with aid
19:40
UCLA is better in almost every single aspect especially location
ElderlyUnadvisedPikachu
19:51
I think this site used to have a calculator for estimating total paid including interest for loans. Does anyone know how to find it?
[] ararara
19:59
@ElderlyUnadvisedPikachu: YO Pikachu! For me, when I click "my profile" there is a school finances page at the bottom with editable categories!
ElderlyUnadvisedPikachu
20:02
Thank you!!
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