Is anyone reading that red coursepacket, "Introduction to the study of law" for orientation? I know the thing is not for credit and some people have been saying that reading for it is BS. I don't know though...
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The letter is dated April 25th, and I had all the forms in just by their deadline.
95% sure that I'll be going to Brooklyn (unless Boston College or Cornell admit me off their waitlists).
I recieved my financial package from Brooklyn a few weeks, which consisted primarily of loans aside from the merit scholarship. $18,500 in stafford loans (8,500 subsized, 10,000 unsubsidized) and $2,000 in perkins loans.
I also recieved an e-mail from Jennifer Smith informing me I was assigned a triple in Feil Hall (which was surprising and a bit unwelcomed considering I had only requested singles). However they are really playing up these apartments so I'm assuming they will be really nice.
They should have waited simply because they said they would.
However, if they average scores, they may have decided that anything short of a miracle would not propel your score, or perhaps it was the opinion of their committee that you should have cancelled if you had the flu.
They could have had any number of reasons, but perhaps the left hand was not talking to the right hand -- ie: application may have had a note on it, but you may also have been eliminated by a computer program or some individual that was looking only at numbers and not at notations.
If you are truly upset about it, I would call them.