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Law School Admissions / when people refer to apps as "complete"
« on: April 05, 2004, 09:20:55 AM »
this is going to be a stupid question but what does it mean when someone says their application is "complete".

Or that their app was completed on this date or that date.

Does the law school actually send you seomthing saying that the application is complete. Or does LSAC say that.

Or just what does it mean and who notifies you that it is complete.


this hypothetical has probably been given before, just say you were only accepted to your last choice (lowest ranked school) and denied by all of the other higher ranked schools.  Should I accept the lower rank school and try to transfer later on, or keep waiting until I get into a higher ranked school, knowing that I may not even get into the lower ranked school anymore in the future?  It's assumed that location, price, and scholarship are equal.  And given that the GPA is below the 25 percentile but the LSAT is around or above the 75% of all schools.  Also, been working for 7 years in the computer industry.  U Major was Mathematics from UCLA. 

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