« on: November 28, 2006, 09:40:17 AM »
I'm wondering if the Michigan email that the other folks got from the Dean was a sign that the accepted early decisions have already been, well, accepted.
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DePaul acceptance in the mail today.
This is my first acceptance, so it feels good. DePaul is clearly a safety for me, but at least it is nice to know that I will be going to law school somewhere next fall. Offered Dean's scholarship as well. I can foresee the money versus rank decision coming into play down the road.
I'm expecting that any day Data... but so far still "complete."
Now come the frenzied questions from me
How (if at all) did they contact you to let you know you were complete? And how long were you complete before you heard from them? It sounds like they let you know of scholarship offers with the initial acceptance letter, as well, correct?
This process was a whole lot easier when people were getting acceptances to places like Harvard where I haven't applied.
I just noticed on my LSAC account that UCLA requested my report on the 9th and then again on the 13th. However both are listed as "first time report" and both contain the same letters of recommendation. Has this happened to anyone else?
With ANOTHER viewbook and fee waiver notice. Death would be too kind for the folks who sent it out...