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I was out of the country last year when I applied.  I had some mail sent to my parents house, but some schools also sent my mail directly to me in Europe.  It took a little longer, but it wasn't a problem.  The biggest worry I had was with waitlists over the summer.  I emailed schools and asked them to contact me by email instead of by mail so I could get back to them more quickly, and none of them had a problem with that. 

Usually deposits aren't due until April, so you will have plenty of time to answer acceptance letters.  Answering an acceptance letter usually involves signing a form they send you saying you want to attend, and mailing them a deposit check (or sometimes you can pay your deposits online).  If you get an acceptance really close to a deadline, just email the school and explain your circumstance.  I'm sure they will work something out for you. 

Most schools don't interview, so that shouldn't be too much of a problem.  If they do, just ask for a phone interview instead.  I'm sure in your situation they could work something out.

Where should I go next fall? / Re: 160-164 Thread (give or take)
« on: January 28, 2008, 01:05:49 PM »
kcf- I'm definitely hoping for Minnesota.  I was waitlisted there last year with a 5 point lower LSAT, so I think I might have a decent chance this year.  My theory is that they stopped sending out acceptances last week because it was -20 and no one would want to come here if they checked out the weather!  I would have sent any California school that accepted me deposit money immediately last week, that's for sure! 

Law School Applications / Re: Decision Notification Methods
« on: January 25, 2008, 02:40:23 PM »
Wisconsin- Acceptance is small snail mail, with a larger info package about a week later

Law School Applications / Re: Decision at GULC :(
« on: January 23, 2008, 05:46:37 PM »
I went to decision today as well.  I am hoping that since mine went to decision on the same day as all the people with high numbers I can sneak in the acceptance pile with them!

Denials / Re: Write your own rejection
« on: January 16, 2008, 02:40:30 PM »
Dear Applicant,

  After reading your application, we would like to clear something up for you.  This is the University of Michigan.  I think you were looking for Michigan State.  Don't worry, lots of people get this confused.  I know you worked really hard on this application, so I will forward it to them for you.  You might want to call them to see if they'd like an application fee, since we will definitely be keeping that.


    Dean of Admissions, UNIVERSITY OF Michigan

Law School Applications / Re: maryland scholarships
« on: January 15, 2008, 06:38:45 PM »
I was just accepted yesterday, and I got a letter inviting me to interview for a scholarship in April.  It's for the Leadership Scholars Program.  It didn't say anything about how much it might be.  Does anyone know?  I couldn't find information about it on their website.

My brother tells everyone I go to Stanford, like just because I applied (and have no chance unless the devil starts ice skating) that I automatically got in.  So his friends come up to me and are like, oh how's law school?  You are going to Stanford right?

Me: Uh, no...

Where should I go next fall? / Re: Chances at WISCO?
« on: January 15, 2008, 10:32:21 AM »
Lawboy- I had a 162 (took twice) and 3.64, and I just got my acceptance letter yesterday.  I'd say you have a good shot.  I'm a Minnesota resident.  No scholarship offer with it though.  I don't know if that always comes together, but I don't know if they give out all that much $$.

Where should I go next fall? / Re: "you never know unless you try"
« on: January 07, 2008, 05:43:09 PM »
If you look at my LSN you'll see I'm a firm believer that if you don't buy the lottery ticket, there is no way you can win!

I know how you guys are all feeling about having to make tough decisions regarding significant others.  My boyfriend is in grad school in a town I hate, so we are pretty much certain to be doing long distance for at least the first year of law school.  After that he has to find a job in whatever city I'm in when he's done, which I'm worried could be difficult.  Then I have to find a law job wherever he gets into school for an MBA.  Not to mention the fact that we are both very sick of doing long distance because of my need to keep moving to Europe!  I have to say I'm going to be pretty happy when the next 3-4 years are over!

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