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I know someone that works in one of the offices there, and members of the admission board were complaining out the Dean's aceptance move...

I think I agree, if all else fails I'll be retaking the LSAT (what fun  :-[)

Depending on the results from my remaining schools, I'd planned on either reapplying or transferring.  Before hearing about the Dean's over-riding; I wanted to write to the admissions board to ask what I could do to improve my application (besides a huge change in my LSAT)...but again I don't want to be black listed?  Is it ever smart to ask for feedback?

So I got a rejection letter from Loyola (Chicago) and it said point blank; don't appeal, you can reapply a second time, but not a third.  So that was crushing, then I find out that some rejected applicants simply called or wrote to the Dean of the law school and he admitted them, much to the chagrin of the admissions board.

So the question now is; should I be a total prick and write to the Dean?  I just don't want to risk getting black-listed. Then again it is Law School and being a prick can help.....

What do you think?  ???

Visits, Admit Days, and Open Houses / Depression eminent....
« on: May 14, 2008, 01:26:35 PM »
So I applied to 5 schools this year and was quickly rejected from one :-\.  Then about 3weeks ago I got a rejection on Monday :-[ and another rejection on Tuesday :'(.  Suffice to say, depression is eminent or at least on teh horizon, as my last two schools have yet to respond.  So my question is for people whom have been accepted to or rejected from either Howard Univ. or John Marshall(Chicago); do you think the response took a long time?  Should I be worried....should I start stacking up on wine to drown my sorrow!?


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