Southwestern is my top choice and I just got put on the waitlist Is it possible to somehow write a letter asking for a spot for PT while staying on the waitlist for FT? I really want to attend there so I don't even care if I have to do PT for a year and maybe give up the FT waitlist spot. What can I do?
Sorry, this might be a stupid question but I was just wondering does anyone have any idea about how many people get waitlisted? Obviously bigger schools probably waitlist more but on average is it 100, 200, 50...? Once again this might be an impossible question to answer but I was just wondering just how many people I was up against haha!
I've been waitlisted at a couple schools and have already sent in two LOCI's. I know most people say that you should sent one in every 3-4 weeks or if there are any significant changes in your application/resume, etc. Is there such a thing as sending too many LOCI's...I mean obviously I'm sure they wouldn't appreciate one every other day or so but should the number be capped around 3 or something? Thanks for your help!
So somehow with a 3.7 GPA and a 159 LSAT I got waitlisted at both Cal Western and Chapman. I applied pretty late so I'm thinking that was why...but anyways has anyone on either of those waitlists heard anything yet? I'm wondering how long it will take before there is any movement at all. Thanks!
I received an email today saying that my lsat score and gpa qualify me for admission to the fall '07 class along with a $10,000 scholarship. Funny thing is I didn't even apply there or express any interest in attending. However, I'm on waiting lists and still waiting to hear from a couple other schools so I'm now considering Florida. I live in California and all of the other schools I applied to are in Cali. I know nothing about Florida Coastal. Any help that you can provide would be greatly appreciated! I've never seen the school or been in the area so if anyone has any info on that too I'd appreciate it! Thanks!
Yeah, I know, I'm not trying to bribe them--not yet I just want them to realize that I'm serious about attending their law school and ready to make the necessary steps. I just need to convey that message to them. Any more suggestions? Thanks!