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Current Law Students / Financial Aid/Law School Admissions Chances
« on: January 12, 2006, 11:04:13 PM »
Hey everyone, new poster here.

I am curious as to whether or not anyone has any insight on this matter.  I am in the process of applying to law schools, but retaking the February 4th LSAT to try to improve my score.

I was recently told that my law school tuition/books/etc would be completely paid for by family and that I did not need to be concerned with financial aid.  Specifically, is there any way that not needing financial aid from a school increases my chances of acceptance?  There has been some discussion of this and I am rather curious.  It seems that if a school doesn't make a financial investment in you, they may be more likely to admit you, assuming your scores/grades are acceptable.  Any thoughts or comments?

Thanks to anyone who can offer some input, regardless of whether or not it is speculation.

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Hey everyone, new poster here.

I am curious as to whether or not anyone has any insight on this matter.  I am in the process of applying to law schools, but retaking the February 4th LSAT to try to improve my score.

I was recently told that my law school tuition/books/etc would be completely paid for by family and that I did not need to be concerned with financial aid.  Specifically, is there any way that not needing financial aid from a school increases my chances of acceptance?  There has been some discussion of this and I am rather curious.  It seems that if a school doesn't make a financial investment in you, they may be more likely to admit you, assuming your scores/grades are acceptable.  Any thoughts or comments?

Thanks to anyone who can offer some input, regardless of whether or not it is speculation.

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Financial Aid / Financial Aid/Law School Admissions Chances
« on: January 12, 2006, 11:18:56 PM »
Hey everyone, new poster here.

I am curious as to whether or not anyone has any insight on this matter.  I am in the process of applying to law schools, but retaking the February 4th LSAT to try to improve my score.

I was recently told that my law school tuition/books/etc would be completely paid for by family and that I did not need to be concerned with financial aid.  Specifically, is there any way that not needing financial aid from a school increases my chances of acceptance?  There has been some discussion of this and I am rather curious.  It seems that if a school doesn't make a financial investment in you, they may be more likely to admit you, assuming your scores/grades are acceptable.  Any thoughts or comments?

Thanks to anyone who can offer some input, regardless of whether or not it is speculation.

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Incoming 1Ls / Financial Aid/Law School Admissions Chances
« on: January 12, 2006, 11:18:04 PM »
Hey everyone, new poster here.

This may be a ridiculous question, but I am curious as to whether or not anyone has any insight on this matter.  I am in the process of applying to law schools, but retaking the February 4th LSAT to try to improve my score.

I was recently told that my law school tuition/books/etc would be completely paid for by family and that I did not need to be concerned with financial aid.  Specifically, is there any way that not needing financial aid from a school increases my chances of acceptance?  There has been some discussion of this and I am rather curious.  It seems that if a school doesn't make a financial investment in you, they may be more likely to admit you, assuming your scores/grades are acceptable.  Any thoughts or comments?

Thanks to anyone who can offer some input, regardless of whether or not it is speculation.

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