I got waived from ED to regular and got in quite late in the cycle. Take that for whatever.
Vandy took two off the waitlist. 166 + 3.6 it looks like.
Bringing this thread back from the dead. UT coughed up more money, and that, together with an awesome offer to work during law school from my current firm, was enough to convince me - I'm going to TEXAS !!!
Summer WL. One of my good friends just got in to Duke who was planning on going to Cornell, so there is at least one spot open.
did he/she get into Duke's summer or regular fall program off the wl?
Got an email from Cardozo admissions on Monday asking if I want to remain on the waitlist and if I'm interested in the PT September-start program. I emailed back a few questions. The email was signed by the Dean of Admissions and was directed to me (Dear First Name).
To follow up on my previous post, they offered me a spot in the September-start part time program, but I said that without substantial merit-based aid, it wasn't worth it for me (I have higher-ranked options). I'm still on the list for the regular program... and can't believe how weird my cycle has been (waitlisted at T14s AND schools at the bottom of the first tier).
Cardozo seems to be in need of students... I withdrew months ago and today they offered me a gigantic scholarship offer which I'd have to accept by Monday.
Last year Cardozo students and the administration seemed sure their ranking would go up in 2007 - I'm not sure that it did, but if it did, it was not by much. There's an iron curtain between #16 and #50 - schools will move within that range but not more than 10ish points in the span of a few years... and they'll never break through the iron curtain! Although imagine how many copies of the Best Law Schools issue USNews would sell if a new school broke into the T14... Anyway, Fordham was the most impressive leap I've seen this far - up 7 points since 2006. Cardozo isn't going to pull that off anytime soon(I don't think, correct me if I'm wrong), and because there are three higher-ranked schools in Manhattan (plus Cornell upstate, don't forget), they're going to need to start offering mad money... like they offered you. But it seems like you're better off at... UT?