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« on: January 17, 2007, 01:20:07 AM »
It seems to be less than completely reliable. Mine says my decision was mailed yesterday, a holiday, and http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com/display.php?user=lindapin
had her status checker reflected a decision mailed on a date 10 days in the future. I don't trust it too much....
« on: January 16, 2007, 03:53:15 PM »
Its just a mess. I work for the PAO and I'm not so much tired of the weather as I am tired of the city being unable to handle the weather. AND, while gripping about Seattle, when is SU going to start sending out more decisions?
« on: January 15, 2007, 10:48:34 PM »
This is the first time I've ever been bummed about all the holidays. I work for the local PAO and I'm the only one who isn't loving all the time off.
In the tier 2 vein, anyone visited or planning on visiting Rutgers - Newark or Seton Hall? I'm trying to plan a trip out there in March to see both, but I'm not sure if I'll need a car...where a decent place to stay nearby is......any thoughts?
« on: January 12, 2007, 12:01:23 PM »
Bump to keep the thread alive.
And you predicted it would die!
I'm glad to see the Tier 2 contingent is alive and well!
Anyone going to DePaul's Open House next weekend?
I'm way out west, but I'm planning on attending the March 10th ASW if I haven't gotten into one of my reaches (fat chance) by then.
« on: January 09, 2007, 03:30:35 PM »
In at Seton Hall, and a Dean Scholar (9k). I thought my sub-3. LSAC GPA would torpedo my cycle. I didn't exactly aim for the stars, but 3/3 so far has me on cloud 9.
« on: January 09, 2007, 12:56:52 PM »
You've also got to consider that getting residency status at Rutgers is a breeze if you're wiling to sign a year long lease in NJ. YOu can establish residency before your first year as well, so tuition at RU looks more like 18k than 23k.
« on: December 22, 2006, 12:00:59 PM »
honestly, i think the whole in-state preference is way overblown for washington. it's a different story when you get to accepting people off the waitlist (pretty much all in-staters). But, for regular admission cycle, they're more interested in the straight up numbers. Is preference given to Washington state residents?
just looking at lsn, my sense is that a school like UT is much more serious about their in-state requirement than UW. UT seems to admit people with much lower indexes that are from texas, but UW doesn't seem to do this until the waitlist period.
4.0 with a 163 will be a very strong app. for UW, but certainly not a lock (even if you were in-state). in my mind, a lock is if both of your stats are at or above 75 percentile.
It is faculty policy that approximately 70% be established as a target for the percentage of Washington state residents in the entering class. However, residency is not a major factor in an admissions decision.http://www.law.washington.edu/Admissions/FAQ.html
« on: December 20, 2006, 03:34:08 PM »
Congrats. I thought I was done hearing from schools before the New Year and was reveling in not obsessing about checking the mail every day. I don't expect to get in there, but I'd really like to have a choice within Chicago.
« on: December 20, 2006, 01:04:13 PM »
My first acceptance was RU-N as well, so they hold a special place for me as well. Their policy on in-state tuition (see my LSN) sure makes them cheap too. It sure makes the rest of the cycle easier, not having the uncertainty.
« on: December 14, 2006, 07:27:22 PM »
For all the DePaul admits, on their website they show historic curves. To get the 3.3 that goes along with everyone's scholarship you need to be in the top 30%, give or take a few places.