« on: February 03, 2009, 10:04:10 PM »
Since I'm not getting much love over in the waitlist section, I will copy my question here: I received my "you are on our waitlist" letter from Vanderbilt a few days ago, and in it they invite me to submit any new or updated information. Since submitting my application to them, my husband and I have started a home-based business. It's been pretty successful so far, but I'm having a hard time deciding if I should let them know about this or not. The business, in short, involves selling some very technical modules that I really don't fully understand, and basically I am solely the shipping/bookkeeping department. I'm also in charge of doing the taxes for the business, which I must say has been interesting. I am finding it difficult to twist this to relate to law school, and I'm wondering if I should write them a letter telling them about it since I can't really relate it to going to law school. I am pretty sure I do not want to go into tax law. On the other hand, I could just send them my yes I'm still interested letter by itself. I'm also trying to plan a visit, and from what I've heard so far that is the best way to get an edge in the waitlist game. Any thoughts?