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That's a good question that I didn't even consider yet.
I just called and they had no answer on my app yet. Decisions will be out in the next week or two she said. Meanwhile, I'm putting down my deposit at GW today. $200 dollars down the drain if I get into USC.
Don't worry the 163s are still safe. I think we can expect either accepted or waitlist, but I doubt we will be rejected.
Although I can't wait anymore on a stupid waitlist.
Also, deposits are due May 26th or around then. So, if we are waitlisted, the waitlist would move relatively early.
« on: May 13, 2006, 05:14:15 PM »
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I got into GW with an 11,000 a year scholarship. However, I have been in DC for 4 years and I was really looking forward to making a drastic change and stepping outside of my DC bubble. USC and UCLA are my only west coast schools so everything is riding on them. What would really suck is getting waitlisted at USC after waiting all this time.
The whole situation sucks. I need to know where I am going to live! However, if you check LSN they are starting to make some tough decisions. The 162 LSAT scores are being rejected, which leaves us 163s safe...for now. I think I am going to be waitlisted, I'll make tentative plans at GW. But how can I promise people that I am going to be their roommate and then bail all of a sudden?
USC has no official waitlist, which is even more frustrating. We are stuck in some limbo pergatory.
I don't want to go to a school that can't get its act together. That's why I'm giving them two weeks to get their house in order, then posing an ultimatum to USC, and making a final decision.
I was so understanding in the beginning, now I'm becoming radical.