School-specific applicants threads, waiting for results, announcements of acceptances/denials/waitlists.
A lot of this was taken from JCW and the last Penn thread. Many thanks as always!
Let me know if I am missing anything here and I will add it.
Class of 2021 profile:
Women = 52%
Students of Color = 36%
LGBTQ = 18%
Out of College one or more years = 75%
Advanced Degrees = 10%
Age Range = 20-61
Average Age = 25
First Generation College = 8%
https://www.law.upenn.edu/admissions/jd ... rofile.php
Class of 2020 profile:
75th%/25th% = 170/163
GPA 75th%/25th% = 3.94/3.54
Women = 48%
Students of Color = 34%
LGBTQ = 12%
Out of College one or more years = 72%
Advanced Degrees = 7%
Age Range = 20-35
Average Age = 24
First Generation College = 10%
http://www.top-law-schools.com/forums/v ... 7&t=268274
http://www.top-law-schools.com/forums/v ... =4&t=80400
https://www.law.upenn.edu/careers/emplo ... istics.php
Link to admission timeline from mylsn: http://mylsn.info/r/pre-law/timeline/chart/.
Last edited by ChaimtheGreat on Fri Feb 08, 2019 3:09 pm, edited 8 times in total.
Applied super early, ready to sit here and twiddle my fingers. One of the few schools I've visited outside of my hometown.
Do you/most students live on-campus or off? What neighborhood if off and what buildings are popular if on? Thanks!
The vast majority of people live off-campus. Some folks live on campus, but not many; so I couldn’t really say which buildings for on campus. The most popular neighborhoods are University City west to about 42nd, and Rittenhouse/Center-city. Some folks live south of the law school near Spruce Hill. University City is great if you want the college-town vibe, and Rittenhouse is great if you want the big-city vibe.
Here's the admissions timeline graph for Penn for last year's cycle. It seems like they didn't start issuing decisions until December, with the bulk of them being between Dec-Feb. UVA, Harvard, and Mich seem to be making decisions a little bit earlier this cycle (I think) so hopefully it will be the same for Penn.
Thank you! Fingers crossed that we'll hear back earlier this cycle indeed. Would you mind sharing the source of this diagram? Would love to see the ones for other T14 schools as well!NachoRFm wrote: ↑Tue Oct 16, 2018 9:39 pmHere's the admissions timeline graph for Penn for last year's cycle. It seems like they didn't start issuing decisions until December, with the bulk of them being between Dec-Feb. UVA, Harvard, and Mich seem to be making decisions a little bit earlier this cycle (I think) so hopefully it will be the same for Penn.
Added to original post!SadCowboysFan wrote: ↑Wed Oct 31, 2018 9:13 amHere is the link: http://mylsn.info/r/pre-law/timeline/chart/
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