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Deciding Where to Go => Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists => Topic started by: myconfessions on April 16, 2007, 01:56:05 PM

Title: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: myconfessions on April 16, 2007, 01:56:05 PM
Anybody have any ideas about when or if it's going to move?  It looks like not everyone is biting the huge scholarships that the new dean tried to use to recruit the high LSAT people.   Hopefully that equates to some acceptances!
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: gettingoutofwilliamsburg on April 16, 2007, 08:52:16 PM
I called on friday and was told that I was on the waitlist. From what I've heard they overenrolled last year and as a precaution underaccepted with plans to rely heavily on the waitlist. I also read someone else's post that they overheard people in the admissions office talking about going to the waitlist in May. I would say the outlook is good for a waitlist situation, but then again it is still a waitlist and by nature will be torture until a decision is made.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: bamf on April 17, 2007, 06:37:42 AM
I called on friday and was told that I was on the waitlist. From what I've heard they overenrolled last year and as a precaution underaccepted with plans to rely heavily on the waitlist. I also read someone else's post that they overheard people in the admissions office talking about going to the waitlist in May. I would say the outlook is good for a waitlist situation, but then again it is still a waitlist and by nature will be torture until a decision is made.

trey is wilson
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: gettingoutofwilliamsburg on April 17, 2007, 09:54:24 AM
I called on friday and was told that I was on the waitlist. From what I've heard they overenrolled last year and as a precaution underaccepted with plans to rely heavily on the waitlist. I also read someone else's post that they overheard people in the admissions office talking about going to the waitlist in May. I would say the outlook is good for a waitlist situation, but then again it is still a waitlist and by nature will be torture until a decision is made.

trey is wilson

No, Trey is a Jedi
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Hurricane Lazlo on April 20, 2007, 01:07:14 AM


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Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: myconfessions on April 29, 2007, 05:07:11 PM
Barring a scholarship offer of considerable size or some other unforseen turn of events, I'll be withdrawing from the PT division some time in early May. I certainly hope one of you gets the spot!!




Congratulations on Cornell!  My God, the decision should be a no-brainer.  Although, Georgetown would be nice as well.  Thanks in advance for the opening!

Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on May 04, 2007, 08:47:49 PM
hey everyone,

has anyone heard anything recently about the status of the GW waitlist? i see movement in the WL's of a lot of other schools on this board but nothing yet for GW.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: poiuyt on May 04, 2007, 11:59:20 PM
How did you hear that you were waitlisted at GW? E-mail or snail mail?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on May 05, 2007, 05:31:55 AM
snail mail in the middle of march. doese it make a difference? are you still waiting?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on May 10, 2007, 02:37:42 PM
tag
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: legally law on May 11, 2007, 12:38:27 PM
tag
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: myconfessions on May 11, 2007, 07:43:38 PM
So according to LSN no one has moved off of the waitlist.  Perhaps it's going to be a late waitlist season?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on May 11, 2007, 08:54:47 PM
i'm beginning to think so too..just my luck! i just hope they have some seats opening up. :)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on May 11, 2007, 10:04:52 PM
hey dcb..don't take this the wrong way but i have to ask for the benefit of those on the board and others who are waiting. how are you the only one always privy to this GW waitlist insider's info? i think you posted something earlier about the importance of a LOCI and now you are sharing this bit about the deposits. do you go to the undergrad, have a friend in admissions...?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on May 12, 2007, 09:45:48 AM
Hehe, I assure my so-called "access" is actually a lot more coincidental than that. The LOCI thing was something I overheard when I was physically in the admissions office waiting for someone to take me to the class I was visiting. The more recent news, well, it comes from a source that is pretty darn reliable, and I came across it in the context of discussing an entirely different subject relating to GW. Honestly, I'm not trying to be obtuse here -- I'm just uneasy about being too explicit in citing exactly what was said or who said it (read between the lines!).

Well, there is a good chance they aren't getting MY second deposit, that's for sure.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: bamf on May 12, 2007, 11:39:19 AM
I have a feeling that the email Dean Richard sent right before the deadline stating that if they were going to make any additional aid offers it would be after the first deposit deadline netted the deposits of a whole bunch of people who wont end up going.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on May 12, 2007, 11:28:48 PM
so no GW Waitlist decisions before June 15?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: murraj on May 13, 2007, 02:20:51 PM
I spoke to a guy in the admissions office last week and he told me that they wouldn't start making waitlist decisions until June.  More waiting....
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on May 13, 2007, 04:40:32 PM
thanks for taking the initiative and asking for us, murraj. :) at least now i can chill out for a bit...
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: murraj on May 14, 2007, 06:19:59 PM
Is anyone sending additional things in?  The guy I talked to basically told me to "bring it on" in terms of additional LORs and what not.  So I've been sending something every couple of weeks or so.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: redacted on May 15, 2007, 06:30:57 AM
Tag... even though I'd probably still be a Longhorn...
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on May 15, 2007, 09:40:39 AM
I emailed Dean Richard last night... Further info to follow.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Money, baby on May 15, 2007, 12:15:45 PM
I have a feeling that the email Dean Richard sent right before the deadline stating that if they were going to make any additional aid offers it would be after the first deposit deadline netted the deposits of a whole bunch of people who wont end up going.

I wonder if that means that they will be making some aid offers to people coming off the waitlist...
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: legally law on May 15, 2007, 01:58:19 PM
When do you think you will hear from GULC?  Or do they just ask you to wait until July or August?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: legally law on May 16, 2007, 10:24:46 AM
Thanks DCB2006 & Good Luck!!! 
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: mysled on May 17, 2007, 01:18:38 AM
As murraj reported, decisions won't come until late June.  Letter dated May 14th confirmed it.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: djtanner on May 17, 2007, 08:02:10 AM
Did everyone else get the May 14th letter already?  What exactly did it say?  Did it ask anything?  Thanks
As murraj reported, decisions won't come until late June.  Letter dated May 14th confirmed it.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on May 17, 2007, 01:13:35 PM
As murraj reported, decisions won't come until late June.  Letter dated May 14th confirmed it.

I have received no such letter. Then again, I am not necessarily even on the WL...crap.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: legally law on May 17, 2007, 03:55:32 PM
I didn't receive a letter, either:(
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on May 17, 2007, 03:56:12 PM
I just received the waitlist update letter today and it said the following:
"I write to update you on the status of our wait list. At this time, we are not able to make any additional offers of admission due to the large number of first deposits we have received. As in past years, we anticipate that a number of our first depositors will withdraw and that some seats in our entering class will become available to wait-listed candidates during the spring and summer months. However, we do not expect to be in a position to make any offers of admission to wait-listed candidates until late June (after the second seat deposit deadline has passed). we understand that this may place you in a difficult position and that you may choose to make final plans for next year.  If you do not wish to remain on our wait list, we would appreciate your letting us know by sending an email to jdadmit@law.gwu.edu. If you are willing to wait with us you need not do anything at this time...blah blah..thank you."

Hope this helps!
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Money, baby on May 18, 2007, 08:37:48 AM
I didn't receive a letter, either:(

Are you on the waitlist for full-time or part-time? Maybe not getting the letter is good news, they might be getting ready to call  :)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: legally law on May 18, 2007, 09:38:51 AM
I didn't receive a letter, either:(

Are you on the waitlist for full-time or part-time? Maybe not getting the letter is good news, they might be getting ready to call  :)

I'm on the FT waiting list (I think - I applied to both programs, though). 
I know - that email sounds a little forbidding, maybe it IS a good sign that some of us didn't get it....
Thanks for sharing the email, comatose.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on May 18, 2007, 02:51:17 PM
no problem at all! this wait is driving me CRAZY so posting on this board (as neurotic as this might sound) helps me to cope. :)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: legally law on May 21, 2007, 08:09:51 AM
no problem at all! this wait is driving me CRAZY so posting on this board (as neurotic as this might sound) helps me to cope. :)

I think this board might be the only thing keeping me sane throughout all of this waiting....knowing that there are other people in the same situation helps a little bit ;)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on May 21, 2007, 09:29:28 AM
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[Captain],

  I apologize for the delay in responding to your earlier message.

  You are on the wait list for a seat in our full-time program.  However, at this point, I believe that it is very unlikely that we will be able to move you to the full-time program for your first semester at GW.  (You will be able to switch to the full-time program at the start of your second semester.)

  We have received more first deposits than in past years.   We expect that a number of first depositors will withdraw or fail to make the required second seat deposit -- but I do not think it likely that there will be a enough withdrawals to open up seats in the full-time program.

  All I can suggest is that you check back with me in the middle of June. 

    Anne
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: myconfessions on May 21, 2007, 09:44:54 AM
Captain,

Did that solidify your decision to attend Emory?  Might be worth it to withdraw so you can start financial aid paperwork (if needed) and registration at Emory.  Also, I'm sure you will feel better to not have to wait any longer to know where you're going.


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[Captain],

  I apologize for the delay in responding to your earlier message.

  You are on the wait list for a seat in our full-time program.  However, at this point, I believe that it is very unlikely that we will be able to move you to the full-time program for your first semester at GW.  (You will be able to switch to the full-time program at the start of your second semester.)

  We have received more first deposits than in past years.   We expect that a number of first depositors will withdraw or fail to make the required second seat deposit -- but I do not think it likely that there will be a enough withdrawals to open up seats in the full-time program.

  All I can suggest is that you check back with me in the middle of June. 

    Anne
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: bamf on May 21, 2007, 10:01:07 AM
that wasn't so subtle
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on May 21, 2007, 10:18:52 AM
that wasn't so subtle

Not at all.

They aren't getting the $800 deposit check from me on June 15th anyway.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Money, baby on May 21, 2007, 10:23:36 AM
that wasn't so subtle

LOL, so true. Subtle like a bat to the head!!

Subtle, what?  ;) I think it could have used a self-deprecating smiley to soften the obvious desperation, ex: ;D
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: iscoredawaitlist on May 21, 2007, 05:25:27 PM
at least she was pretty honest rather than trying to string him along.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on May 21, 2007, 08:39:06 PM
at least she was pretty honest rather than trying to string him along.

True. I'll give her that.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: legally law on May 22, 2007, 11:35:14 AM
at least she was pretty honest rather than trying to string him along.

True. I'll give her that.

I would take a seat in the PT program at this point....Good lord, are they taking anyone off of the waiting list?  That letter was a tad bit harsh...
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: legally law on May 22, 2007, 12:08:01 PM

I would take a seat in the PT program at this point....Good lord, are they taking anyone off of the waiting list?  That letter was a tad bit harsh...

I agree, but I also agree that it's nice that she was honest. I bet there has been a lot of pow-wowing among admissions' directors this year, maybe that's why she expects that they won't have open seats. Or maybe they admit full-time waitlisters before part-timers - could be just a numbers thing.

Right - I wonder if that letter is strictly speaking to PT concerns.  I am sure they've had more than one request from a PT admit to be bumped to FT status.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Benjamin_2501 on June 15, 2007, 08:10:42 AM
Has anyone heard anything from GW? I've called 3 times in the last two weeks and they won't tell me anything, other than they are going to go to the wait list next week.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: thesingingbass on June 15, 2007, 12:47:52 PM
The final deposit is due today. They're currently over-enrolled (as in they're above the number of deposits they usually have at this point in the cycle), so there likely won't be a whole lot of movement on the wait list this year, unfortunately.   
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: stormandstress on June 15, 2007, 09:10:28 PM
If it helps anyone, I'll be withdrawing from the WL on Monday.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Vance Wilder Jr. on June 15, 2007, 09:26:26 PM
withdrew from GW today for FT program
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on June 15, 2007, 09:29:33 PM
A PT slot opened up, because I didn't deposit.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: TH14 on June 15, 2007, 10:16:59 PM
It disturbs me that there are people who withdraw by default (i.e., not placing deposits).  Why don't these people actively/formally withdraw if they've already decided, rather than wait for the deposit date to pass?  There are people waiting anxiously waiting for slots to open up, and withdrawing by default delays the process - does it take much of an effort to write a short e-mail/letter or call to withdraw?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on June 16, 2007, 11:58:52 PM
I'll answer that. I did what was in my best interest. I live in DC and I wanted to keep a DC option open as long as possible just in case something happened here in town (e.g. I suddenly fell madly in love, I was named secretary of state, etc). None of these things were very likely, but I paid for the right to hang on until June 15 and that's what I did.

Now I feel your frustration with waiting, but I don't think any of us should EVER expect others to act contrary to their own best interest. Best of luck with GW!   

Basically.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Vance Wilder Jr. on June 17, 2007, 09:34:48 PM
My thoughts exactly.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: TH14 on June 18, 2007, 01:01:56 AM
I'll answer that. I did what was in my best interest. I live in DC and I wanted to keep a DC option open as long as possible just in case something happened here in town (e.g. I suddenly fell madly in love, I was named secretary of state, etc). None of these things were very likely, but I paid for the right to hang on until June 15 and that's what I did.

Now I feel your frustration with waiting, but I don't think any of us should EVER expect others to act contrary to their own best interest. Best of luck with GW!   

Thanks for the good wishes, but I'm not on the GW waitlist :)

Sure you are entitled to wait until the last second, but that's not my point. 

I'm of the opinion that if and when you make a decision not to attend (in your case, on the deposit date), you should actively notify the school at that point - not by default, as in your non-payment.  Some schools allow a grace period for rectifying possible errors.  I wouldn't be surprised if GW contacted you during the next few days to confirm your non-payment can be interpreted as an intention to withdraw.  You spare admissions the trouble of checking out by simply calling/writing to withdraw.  In not doing so, that's another few days till a potential spot opens up.  Only a few days, you might say, but it's mid-June, people have waited long enough, and are desperate for decisions.

Also, open spots at high-ranked schools like GW trigger openings at lower-ranked schools.  There are people out there who would appreciate it if the decent thing (note disclaimer below) were done.     

As I said, I'm not on the waitlist so I don't know about GW's policies, but if GW doesn't allow said grace period and considers you withdrawn outright upon non-payment, I retract this and my previous post.  If that's the case, sorry for writing upon false assumptions.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 20, 2007, 10:42:29 AM
Is anyone familiar with this person:
http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com/display.php?user=PinkFloyd

Why were they admitted?  Maybe the waitlist was a mistake, and the subsequent admission was a remedy to this mistake.  It doesn't make any sense otherwise.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 20, 2007, 12:56:42 PM
When were you admitted?  When I talked to Dean Richard in person, she said that final deposits were due on the 15th.  Maybe it's different for PT?  Thanks for your info.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on June 20, 2007, 01:04:23 PM
GW is e-mailing admitted students who put down a 1st deposit but have thus far failed to make a second deposit. The one I received asks for a phone/e-mail response (and $800) ASAP (and no later than June 22nd) if I still have an intention to attend. Because some of you are probably already firing up responses, yes, I sent Dean Richard a quick note thanking her for everything but expressing my intention to withdraw. So that's one seat in the PT division that will (at long last) finally be open.

I got the same email... I think a lot of people must've missed the second deposit, or they wouldn't be offering that grace period until the 22nd...
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 20, 2007, 02:30:25 PM
When were you admitted?  When I talked to Dean Richard in person, she said that final deposits were due on the 15th.  Maybe it's different for PT?  Thanks for your info.

I was admitted in January or somewhere thereabouts. I filed the April deposit, but just let the June one pass without sending anything in. So the deadline was still June 15 for me, but it seems (as Cpt. Longshot said) that they are giving a grace period to at least some people. Hard to say *why* they are doing this, but at least one possible explanation is that they've seen a larger than expected number of people fail to send in the 2nd deposit.

yeah... this is pretty interesting.  Dean Richard indicated to me that they might admit very few people from the waitlist b/c of the high number of initial deposits.  She essentially said "don't hold your breath."  But, maybe she just said that because she didn't want ME to get MY hopes up. 

This whole situation changes things though.  Because, if they are so "over committed," why would they even bother giving a week-long grace period?  Unless, a large number of people didn't submit.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on June 20, 2007, 03:01:46 PM
My guess is that they thought they would be over-booked or at least REAL CLOSE based on the number of first-depositors. However, perhaps they were fooled, and a lot of the first-depositors, like myself, were just holding out to see if there was money, or a full-time accept, or something else coming their way. Leading to a pwning...

Just speculation. Maybe they just want to be courteous...
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 20, 2007, 03:42:14 PM
My guess is that they thought they would be over-booked or at least REAL CLOSE based on the number of first-depositors. However, perhaps they were fooled, and a lot of the first-depositors, like myself, were just holding out to see if there was money, or a full-time accept, or something else coming their way. Leading to a pwning...

Just speculation. Maybe they just want to be courteous...

Well after counting the number of Accepted applicants who have withdrawn on LSN, there have probably been a lot of these people.  Two weeks ago, there were ~120 people who were accepted but had withdrawn.  Today, there are 156 people.  The total number of acceptances has not changed though.  So, that means that in the past two weeks, 36 admitted LSN people have withdrawn.  If LSN is at all representative of the entire applicant pool (which it might not be), then ~12% of the admitted people have withdrawn in the past 2 weeks. 

Now the only question is how overcommitted they were before?  And, will this 12% reduction be enough to justify a significant quantity of waitlisters to be admitted?  If the number of people waitlisted according to LSN weren't so obscenely huge, I might feel hopeful right now. 
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on June 20, 2007, 04:12:44 PM
wow..you guys are really on top of this. :)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on June 20, 2007, 04:46:23 PM
I'd also like to venture a guess that they probably did worse on the PT deposits than FT. Most PT admits were likely to get into other schools in the top-30 or so, some like myself got into very similarly ranked schools ( :P) full-time.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 20, 2007, 05:04:03 PM
I'd also like to venture a guess that they probably did worse on the PT deposits than FT. Most PT admits were likely to get into other schools in the top-30 or so, some like myself got into very similarly ranked schools ( :P) full-time.

True... why would you go to expensive GW, probably w/out any $$, PT, when you could go to a similarly ranked school, possibly w/ $$ and probably cheaper?  All else being equal, you wouldn't.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 20, 2007, 05:28:36 PM
wow..you guys are really on top of this. :)
yes
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: toad85 on June 20, 2007, 06:27:46 PM
Does anybody know if people who failed to place their FT deposits received the same email?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: waitlisted on June 20, 2007, 08:53:27 PM
wow..you guys are really on top of this. :)
What else am I supposed to do all day while I'm at work?  ::goes back to playing solitaire on work computer::

between chatting on meebo, talking on the phone, reading LSD/LSN, trolling Facebook, and hoping that my bank account magically doubles, all while reading the latest versions of the economist and the new yorker as well as the local papers, i barely have time to analyze recent LS decisions.  let alone time to get any of the things they pay me to do done.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: thesingingbass on June 21, 2007, 07:16:08 AM
FWIW, I heard from an extremely reliable source that GW (FT) was over their expected normal 1st deposits by about 30. They usually have about 490 after the initial deposit, but this year they were at 520 or so.   
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: legally law on June 21, 2007, 10:05:39 AM
FWIW, I heard from an extremely reliable source that GW (FT) was over their expected normal 1st deposits by about 30. They usually have about 490 after the initial deposit, but this year they were at 520 or so.   

Oh NOES!  More wheelie bags!

http://www.gwsba.com/lockerRequest/startLockerRequest.php

"Do you really need a locker? ... Perhaps get a wheelie bag instead."

The luggage store tried selling me a $500 wheelie bag.  I can't do it.  That just screams total nerd!  (right?)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on June 21, 2007, 01:55:47 PM
FWIW, I heard from an extremely reliable source that GW (FT) was over their expected normal 1st deposits by about 30. They usually have about 490 after the initial deposit, but this year they were at 520 or so.   

hey thesingingbass...i was just curious..did your source have anything to say after the 2nd deposit for GW (FT)? Did they get as many deposits or more or less?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: thesingingbass on June 21, 2007, 02:42:17 PM
FWIW, I heard from an extremely reliable source that GW (FT) was over their expected normal 1st deposits by about 30. They usually have about 490 after the initial deposit, but this year they were at 520 or so.   

hey thesingingbass...i was just curious..did your source have anything to say after the 2nd deposit for GW (FT)? Did they get as many deposits or more or less?

No, sorry. He only had information about the number of first deposits.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on June 21, 2007, 07:06:40 PM
FWIW, I heard from an extremely reliable source that GW (FT) was over their expected normal 1st deposits by about 30. They usually have about 490 after the initial deposit, but this year they were at 520 or so.   

Interesting. There appear to be 441 full time seats and only they expect only 10% to withdraw after the first deposit. I would have thought more than that withdraw. I guess 15% is high.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Benjamin_2501 on June 25, 2007, 03:36:35 PM
Anyone heard anything further? I called on Friday and was told not to call again till the end of this week, but I thought I'd see if anyone else had persuaded them to give up some information.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: thedudebro on June 25, 2007, 03:50:20 PM
Anyone heard anything further? I called on Friday and was told not to call again till the end of this week, but I thought I'd see if anyone else had persuaded them to give up some information.

pwn3d. killself. hth.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: MCD on June 25, 2007, 04:06:56 PM
I'm beginning to think no one will get in off the waitlist. They sent us a letter suggesting that MANY people would be getting in off the waitlist.  >:(
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 25, 2007, 05:20:15 PM
I think people will get in off the waitlist, but if they extended the second deposit deadline to last friday (the 22nd), then I'm sure they'll need more than one work day to figure out who to admit off the WL.  They probably said not to call back until the end of the week, because they won't begin admitting people until then.  My guess, based on absolutely no knowledge or foundation, is that they'll begin calling people on friday.  I'll be surprised if it's any sooner. 

I do know one thing though... as soon as I see that first WL,Accepted on LSN, my heart will sink.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on June 25, 2007, 07:18:02 PM
i just find it so odd that so far the GW waitlist has been pretty quiet. i see the other schools wl threads on the board and a lot of them have at least some activity.  GW is a great school but it's not harvard so you would think that it would experience some of the top down trinkle down effect from people getting into higher ranked schools. i guess only time will tell at this point. waiting is soooo annoying! i'm glad to see that i'm not the only one going crazy with the wait. :)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: myconfessions on June 26, 2007, 03:42:36 PM
In off of the waitlist today!  Anne Richard called personally.  PM me for more info.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: bamf on June 26, 2007, 04:34:23 PM
congrats, I assume you'll be going (since you are the OP)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 26, 2007, 04:44:00 PM
In off of the waitlist today!  Anne Richard called personally.  PM me for more info.
Are you this person?
http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com/display.php?user=gubound

Congratulations!  I wish I were you.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on June 26, 2007, 04:44:37 PM
In off of the waitlist today!  Anne Richard called personally.  PM me for more info.
If it was PT, I will accept your thanks via PM whenever you are ready.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 26, 2007, 04:49:17 PM
congrats, I assume you'll be going (since you are the OP)
What a strange coincidence.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: myconfessions on June 26, 2007, 05:11:10 PM
Yes, I will be going for sure.  FYI- I was told that "a very limited" number of applicants would be admitted off of the waitlist.  Good luck to everyone.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 26, 2007, 05:23:12 PM
Yes, I will be going for sure.  FYI- I was told that "a very limited" number of applicants would be admitted off of the waitlist.  Good luck to everyone.

Well, considering the rediculous size of their WL, it's pretty awesome that you got in.  I guess I should just get over it.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on June 26, 2007, 05:57:22 PM
congrats myconfessions! did you do anything to express your interest in going to gw? loci, etc?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on June 26, 2007, 07:45:19 PM
Looks like they will be taking high GPA and low LSAT.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on June 26, 2007, 08:06:54 PM
how do you know that, seahawk? did i miss something in the previous posts?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: mysled on June 27, 2007, 12:37:11 AM
The assumption is that he is GUBOUND.  Maybe it is high GPA/low LSAT, but his index # is higher than most on the WL, so I wouldn't read too much into the breakdown of the numbers.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 27, 2007, 12:49:26 AM
I think they're admitting everyone who has posted in this thread.  The rest of us should expect phone calls sometime tomorrow or the next day.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: JenniferRose501 on June 27, 2007, 02:00:13 AM
I can't believe it I got off the GW Waitlist for the Full-Time Program! Class of 2011 JD/MBA. Good luck to everyone still waiting!
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on June 27, 2007, 03:18:42 PM
OMG! in off the waitlist today for FT. i can't believe it. good luck to everyone else waiting! miracles do happen. :)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Frizzy on June 27, 2007, 03:49:06 PM
OMG! in off the waitlist today for FT. i can't believe it. good luck to everyone else waiting! miracles do happen. :)

Congrats!  Hope this keeps up -- I have been pulling for a PT spot since the beginning of the cycle...
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on June 27, 2007, 08:40:38 PM
Comatose, were you high GPA with loweLSAT. I'm the opposite.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on June 27, 2007, 08:50:37 PM
Just checked LSN. More high GPAs and low LSATs. GWU must have 25th percentile for LSAT nailed and it is raising its 25th percentile for GPA with these monster GPAs. The low LSATs never make the scorecard. If you check Texas, looks like just the opposite happened.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Jets on June 28, 2007, 04:31:34 AM
I fit the high GPA/low(er) LSAT bill though I was accepted FT whereas it seems most of the high GPA/low LSAT people accepted on LSN were PT admits (even if they weren't coded as such).
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on June 28, 2007, 07:13:55 AM
hi seahawk. i was also a high GPA/low(er) lsat but i was admitted into the full time program which surprised me. I thought that the best i could wish for was a PT acceptance but when the dean called i doublechecked with her and she confirmed that i had been accepted for fulltime. i guess all that persistence and enthusiasm for the school paid off. :) hope that helps! being on waitlist status is pure hell. good luck!
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on June 28, 2007, 08:29:35 AM
I fit the high GPA/low(er) LSAT bill though I was accepted FT whereas it seems most of the high GPA/low LSAT people accepted on LSN were PT admits (even if they weren't coded as such).

Yeah, but your GPA is RIDICULOUS (even if it did come from UDel).
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on June 28, 2007, 08:39:11 AM
Congrats to Comatose et al on being admitted! I hope I fare the same.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Jets on June 28, 2007, 09:15:04 AM
I fit the high GPA/low(er) LSAT bill though I was accepted FT whereas it seems most of the high GPA/low LSAT people accepted on LSN were PT admits (even if they weren't coded as such).

Yeah, but your GPA is RIDICULOUS (even if it did come from UDel).

Ouch...lol. How'd you know I went to UD?

Edit: I probably talked about being in the area re: Jet games once or something, right?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on June 28, 2007, 09:16:12 AM
Just checked LSN. More high GPAs and low LSATs. GWU must have 25th percentile for LSAT nailed and it is raising its 25th percentile for GPA with these monster GPAs.

I agree.  Looks like I'm screwed.   :'(
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: lflyer on June 28, 2007, 08:50:30 PM
I fit the high GPA/low(er) LSAT bill though I was accepted FT whereas it seems most of the high GPA/low LSAT people accepted on LSN were PT admits (even if they weren't coded as such).

Yeah, but your GPA is RIDICULOUS (even if it did come from UDel).

Ouch...lol. How'd you know I went to UD?

Edit: I probably talked about being in the area re: Jet games once or something, right?


A fellow UD grad?  Awesome.  Are you from the class of 07 or in years past?  I didn't read through the entire thread but I noticed a couple posts back you had BUSL 2010 and took it down. You thinking about GW now? By the way, congrats on the acceptance.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on June 28, 2007, 10:24:57 PM
I fit the high GPA/low(er) LSAT bill though I was accepted FT whereas it seems most of the high GPA/low LSAT people accepted on LSN were PT admits (even if they weren't coded as such).

Yeah, but your GPA is RIDICULOUS (even if it did come from UDel).

Ouch...lol. How'd you know I went to UD?

Edit: I probably talked about being in the area re: Jet games once or something, right?

I saw it on the LSD facebook group, actually... BTW, I was at the Villanova/Delaware football game this past season. What a great game...  ;D
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: myconfessions on July 02, 2007, 10:59:05 AM
It appears that the GW waitlist movement is over.  On LSN, two people got into the part-time program, and four people into the full-time program.  Any guesses as to how many people total got off?  Although it's quite obvious that LSN isn't representative of all applicants,  I believe the "most active" members of the GW waitlist (i.e. those who sent in the most LOCI, recommendations, etc) are more likely to be LSN users and similarly more likely to be offered a spot.  Therefore, I would predict that only 10-20 people total were offered a seat off of the waitlist.  Thoughts?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: darkside on July 02, 2007, 12:24:54 PM
i think that is a crazy conjecture at best, but so is my assertion.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on July 02, 2007, 03:35:30 PM
To MC - you could be right and you have made a reasonable inference. But my guess is that GW pulled the obvious high GPA candidates to meet its numbers and it is now looking at filling open seats (don't know how many) with conventional profiles and that is a large pool to review.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on July 05, 2007, 05:37:53 PM
Has anyone called the Admin Office to see what is going on? My expectations were pretty high after the waitlist letter in late April and this is disappointing.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: redacted on July 05, 2007, 06:46:47 PM
Has anyone called the Admin Office to see what is going on? My expectations were pretty high after the waitlist letter in late April and this is disappointing.

I nominate you.   ;D
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on July 05, 2007, 06:50:46 PM
Has anyone called the Admin Office to see what is going on? My expectations were pretty high after the waitlist letter in late April and this is disappointing.

I nominate you.   ;D

No way; I'm UT 2.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: redacted on July 05, 2007, 08:52:03 PM
Has anyone called the Admin Office to see what is going on? My expectations were pretty high after the waitlist letter in late April and this is disappointing.

I nominate you.   ;D

No way; I'm UT 2.

You're heading to UT as well?  I don't know why we're even following this thread... I doubt I'd go to GW over UT.  Especially after purchasing season tickets, Red River Shootout tickets, and Austin City Limits tickets :)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on July 06, 2007, 10:18:46 AM
Has anyone called the Admin Office to see what is going on? My expectations were pretty high after the waitlist letter in late April and this is disappointing.

I nominate you.   ;D

No way; I'm UT 2.

I haven't put in for football tickets yet. I think I have another week or so according to the recent e-mail. You're way ahead of me. (But I did line up an apartment.)

You're heading to UT as well?  I don't know why we're even following this thread... I doubt I'd go to GW over UT.  Especially after purchasing season tickets, Red River Shootout tickets, and Austin City Limits tickets :)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: nuhere on July 06, 2007, 02:25:08 PM
I just called Admissions and was told they've reviewed the waitlist and letters will be going out next week.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on July 06, 2007, 04:18:36 PM
I just called Admissions and was told they've reviewed the waitlist and letters will be going out next week.


Does that mean they are going to be accepting people off the waitlist? If so, any feel for how many?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: nuhere on July 06, 2007, 05:23:09 PM
She gave vague responses so ... i guess we'll have to wait and see.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: myconfessions on July 06, 2007, 05:43:48 PM
Anne Richard has thus far called everyone who got in off of the waitlist.  The answer the admissions office gave doesn't seem to make much sense.  Hmm...
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: nuhere on July 06, 2007, 11:21:41 PM
Anne Richard has thus far called everyone who got in off of the waitlist.  The answer the admissions office gave doesn't seem to make much sense.  Hmm...

Hmn! That just might mean bad news for the rest of us. >:(
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on July 07, 2007, 07:16:04 AM
ur right about the phone calls. i got a call as well. maybe they are rejecting people off the waitlist by snail mail?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on July 09, 2007, 03:00:41 PM
Would they really bother rejecting a lot of people off the waitlist?  I would expect them just to do nothing rather than spending the time rejecting a lot of people.  What if a few more people withdraw, and now they don't have any remaining waitlisters to admit?  It seems like they would only reject someone off the waitlist if they realized later that they made a mistake by waitlisting them, and that they would never admit that person under any circumstances.  But, what do I know? (answer: nothing)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: nuhere on July 10, 2007, 07:15:07 PM
I called again (yea pitiful) and the person i spoke with this time (a guy) said "notification" would be made by the end of this week.

One WL,Accepted on LSD - actually more like a Rejection,Accepted.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: PlzAccept on July 10, 2007, 07:52:22 PM
I've been reading this discussion board for the last couple weeks.  My curiosity is getting to me... I have a 3.9 and 161... do you all think it is hopeless?  It is hard to tell on LSN, it seems like they are accepting kind of random numbers.

Hopefully we will all know soom. 
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: toad85 on July 10, 2007, 07:54:24 PM
Do you happen to know if it is one standard notification updating people on what's happening or if some will be accepted/released?  Thanks
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: nuhere on July 10, 2007, 10:31:56 PM
Once again I got vague answers. I did ask how people would be 'notified' and he responded (confirming what others said) that those accepted would get a phone call and others ...... a letter.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on July 10, 2007, 10:49:56 PM
So, are you able to confirm (or at least support) the suggestion that they are actually going to reject people off of the waitlist rather than just never sending them anything?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: PlzAccept on July 11, 2007, 07:11:19 PM
I called today, they put me on hold for awhile and then took my social and told me that my file was in review and wouldn't be until next week atleast that I hear from them.... maybe it is just taking them a long time to go through the waitlist and make decisions.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on July 11, 2007, 10:15:03 PM
Well your high GPA and 161 LSAT is an exact fit for the profile of those admitted off the waitlist so far on LSN. So, maybe your call prompted a good decision for you.

But, there's no question in my mind that it would take an awefully long time to go through all of the waitlisters.  There are about 200 waitlisters on LSN, and the total number of applicants on LSN is about 10% of the total yearly number of applications that they get.  So, if LSN has a representative distribution of the applicant pool, then there could be as many as 2000 people on the waitlist.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: comatose on July 12, 2007, 04:40:26 AM
Your numbers are almost identical to mine, PlzAccept, so if GW is still looking for the same type of candidate in terms of numbers, you are in the running. However, you should definitely send LOCI's and additional recs if you haven't done so already. I really expressed my interest strongly and persistently (without sounding desperate :)) and I think that is what helped me to get off the list last month.  Good luck!
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: myconfessions on July 12, 2007, 10:21:55 AM
I second the LOCI comment.  I was the king of them.  I'm not going to mention how many I sent, but it was about one every two weeks.  Got in though!  At this point, they only want to admit people who they know will come.  Fewer offers of admission = higher ranking.  Good luck everyone. 
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Nucleosynthesis on July 12, 2007, 12:48:42 PM
i called today and they said that the letters were sent out yesterday and that my file was complete...so i assumed that i was rejected.  then they called back and told me that they had trimmed down the waitlist to a FEW HUNDRED (hahaha) and that i'm still on it.  i'm going to write a letter telling them that i'd basically do just about ANYTHING to go there...so anyway, good luck to everyone, and i hope this helps! (so, don't freak out too badly if/when you find a small envelope from GW in your mailbox)

also, they were REALLY nice when i called...much appreciated  :)
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: PlzAccept on July 12, 2007, 06:20:58 PM
If you don't mind me asking nucleosynthesis, what are your numbers?

I sent an LOCI awhile back at the end of May, but I'll send another one... hopefully it's not too late. 

It sorta seems like the story changes a bit every time someone calls... But, it seems like the cycle will have to reach an end sometime soon.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Nucleosynthesis on July 13, 2007, 09:12:15 AM
gpa ~3.7 (major was chemical engineering) and 164 lsat (I obviously don't care if anyone finds out who I am...as I would do anything to go to GW.)

Though, I don't know if numbers matter at this point... I don't know how credible this is, but my friend that goes to GW told me that they don't have to report the "numbers" of people taken off the waitlist, that they don't count towards their averages...
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Jets on July 13, 2007, 10:28:40 AM
gpa ~3.7 (major was chemical engineering) and 164 lsat (I obviously don't care if anyone finds out who I am...as I would do anything to go to GW.)

Though, I don't know if numbers matter at this point... I don't know how credible this is, but my friend that goes to GW told me that they don't have to report the "numbers" of people taken off the waitlist, that they don't count towards their averages...

Close to 100% sure that this isn't true.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: myconfessions on July 13, 2007, 10:40:30 AM
gpa ~3.7 (major was chemical engineering) and 164 lsat (I obviously don't care if anyone finds out who I am...as I would do anything to go to GW.)

Though, I don't know if numbers matter at this point... I don't know how credible this is, but my friend that goes to GW told me that they don't have to report the "numbers" of people taken off the waitlist, that they don't count towards their averages...

Close to 100% sure that this isn't true.

100% sure that is not true.  All numbers for admitted students count.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: myconfessions on July 13, 2007, 10:49:35 AM
According to LSN GW sent out WL/Rejection letters in the latest batch.  That must have been the letters they said they sent out.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Nucleosynthesis on July 13, 2007, 11:00:02 AM
yea...it sounded pretty false to me as well...
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Captain on July 13, 2007, 11:24:06 AM
I don't even know if I am still on the waitlist... I guess I'll find out if they WL/Reject me.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on July 13, 2007, 07:09:59 PM
I see a 167 3.3 was "waitlist, rejected" earlier today. Looks legitimate and it appears to support the lower GPA being a negative at this time. Good news for high GPAs and lower LSATs.

Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on July 14, 2007, 04:57:13 PM
There are a slew of ppl on LSN with WL->Rejections now.  Did anyone here get one?  I wonder why mine didn't come yet.  I'm exactly the type of person that they're rejecting.  I'll probably get it Monday.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: utexas on July 14, 2007, 05:09:50 PM
165/3.11 and have not received the rejection letter yet. I may get it next week though.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: kulrythm on July 16, 2007, 03:15:09 PM
I got the rejection letter today. 3.1/165
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: redacted on July 16, 2007, 07:53:46 PM
Ding.  166/3.5.  I never did anything to get off the waitlist.  Was pretty surprised I was waitlisted in the first place to be honest....
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: utexas on July 16, 2007, 08:53:39 PM
Dinged as well
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Commie Panda on July 18, 2007, 03:07:19 AM
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Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: MCD on July 18, 2007, 09:05:39 PM
I received a letter today stating that they've cut the wait list down significantly and that I should notify the school by july 25th if I wish to continue to be on the waitlist.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on July 19, 2007, 08:35:04 AM
May I ask what your LSAT and GPA are? Thanks.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: CTgrl on July 19, 2007, 12:29:39 PM
I received the same letter today, dated July 13. Did anyone find out, after this last cut, what the final total is of survivors?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: nuhere on July 19, 2007, 09:05:35 PM
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Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Iceslip on August 01, 2007, 12:05:06 AM
Forget GW...this school is the biggest LSAT whore I have seen this cycle.

Based on anecdotal evidence: I have a friend with a DUI, no work experience, mediocre gpa, NOTHING in his app.

but a 168 is all you need...
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: bamf on August 01, 2007, 12:08:26 AM
Forget GW...this school is the biggest LSAT whore I have seen this cycle.

Based on anecdotal evidence: I have a friend with a DUI, no work experience, mediocre gpa, NOTHING in his app.

but a 168 is all you need...

meh, no worse than NU, Duke, Cornell or BU.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: Iceslip on August 01, 2007, 12:16:43 AM
Forget GW...this school is the biggest LSAT whore I have seen this cycle.

Based on anecdotal evidence: I have a friend with a DUI, no work experience, mediocre gpa, NOTHING in his app.

but a 168 is all you need...

meh, no worse than NU, Duke, Cornell or BU.

Haha no so!  My friend didn't get into Duke nor Cornell  :D   I think the main reason for GW's whoreishness is that they are on that tipping point of top 20-top 15 and they have had LSAT scores of entering students at the ~165/166ish range.  However, they are really pushing now for that higher average score for their students, so essentially I envision their application screening process this cycle consisting of the director of admissions saying, "Ok, everyone with a 167 or higher is auto-admitted...don't bother reading anything else, just check the score and put them in the 167+ pile here."

I understand all schools are like this to an extent as you pointed out; I copmletely agree, but GW most of all this cycle.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: bamf on August 01, 2007, 07:09:15 AM
Duke did the exact same thing with anyone who had a 170, plus they turned their apps around in 2 weeks.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: seahawk87 on August 01, 2007, 07:39:32 PM
Duke did the exact same thing with anyone who had a 170, plus they turned their apps around in 2 weeks.

I have 167/3.3 and was waitlist, rejected.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: trent_holbrook@yahoo.com on January 30, 2009, 03:25:46 PM
I just found this, and Iím not sure if anybody is still reading it, but I just got the GWU wait list letter today.  I had a 3.73 GPA and 157 LSAT.  Does anybody know the odds of getting in with that?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: traydeuce on March 14, 2009, 11:13:19 PM
I'm on this waitlist with a 174 and 2.72... should I feel somewhat optimistic about getting off given that I'm on the high end of the waitlist, LSAT-wise?
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: ilr2009 on March 21, 2009, 11:09:42 PM
Waitlisted at GWU in at GULC.  LOL :D
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: subgdubb on April 08, 2009, 06:49:30 PM
I'm waitlisted at GW and got this letter yesterday from them. Anyone else get it?


  I have been receiving calls from a number of applicants on our wait list.  So -- I write with an update.

  At this time, we are waiting for the first seat deposit deadline to pass for those applicants currently holding offers of admission (the first deposit deadline is April 15th).  We do not expect to be in a position to determine whether we will be able to make offers of admission to any wait-listed candidates until late April.  Depending upon space availability, we may or may not make some offers of admission to wait-listed candidates in early May.  It also is likely that we will ask a number of wait-listed candidates to continue to wait with us through May, and possibly into June and July. 

  If you have any new information you wish to add to your file (e.g., honors, awards, job promotion, etc.), you should feel free to send that information along to me via e-mail or U.S. mail (my mailing address is set forth below). 

  Please note that we do not conduct personal interviews as part of our evaluation process and we do not rank our wait list.  If we are able to extend offers of admission to any wait-listed candidates, our admissions committee will make decisions based upon review of the entire list.

  Thank you for your patience throughout this process.

    Anne
--  Anne M. Richard
    Associate Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid
    The George Washington University Law School
   
 
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: jmin on April 15, 2009, 07:30:35 PM
I got it too.
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: sapereaude2012 on May 07, 2009, 07:52:49 PM
Jolting this thread back to life...

I was admitted off the waitlist to the pt program yesterday via phone call from Anne Richard. I know people are saying GW is only looking to up their LSAT numbers, but I got in with a 162/3.8 so keep your chins up. Good luck to you guys still waiting!
Title: Re: George Washington Waitlist
Post by: WashLaw on June 02, 2009, 02:21:22 PM
Anybody still on the wait list?