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It's been over two weeks since I submitted my application for Univ. of Florida Levin.  The website says I should've received an email within 5 business days.  I'm assuming I didn't because of the holidays.  I still need to pay my application fee, but the site says that the email will provide instructions and forms to fill out for residents.

Anyone in the same boat or got their forms already?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Ordering from LSAC
« on: January 03, 2008, 05:45:26 PM »
They're on amazon as well.

How come all the Ivy Leagues don't have a LS?

Law School Admissions / Put 1/02/07 by mistake!
« on: January 03, 2008, 05:23:20 PM »
Off by a year on one of my app's cert thing at the end of the reject?

Law School Admissions / Re: Penn Financial Aid Email
« on: January 03, 2008, 05:22:21 PM »
Got it too..submitted app on new year's

Law School Admissions / Dean's certs...I sent it to all LS... mistake?
« on: January 01, 2008, 08:10:09 PM »
So, I didn't understand this whole Dean's Cert thing in the beginning and sent my Pre-law advisor all the envelopes for which she'll send the cert letters.  My school chooses to not use the LS forms, they use their own letter.  So, out of the almost 20 schools I'm applying to, only 3 actually require the dean's cert at this stage of the application process, as opposed to after getting accepted. 

Question is, my pre-law advisor probably sent all the dean's letters out, so will the schools care that they have my dean's cert, even though they didn't ask for it?

I think it is sheer laziness..some don't want to go through all your papers...

So if you get accepted to the school you wanted to get into, do you withdraw at the other schools?  And if you do/don't, does this affect the other applicants and their chances of getting in?

Penn asks for the company the parents work for.  I just feel that is getting too personal.

I don't mind giving some information on my parents, like their education and job title, but do I really need to give the schools what company they work for?

One application had a box to check if it were okay for the school to contact my parents...

What's up with this?

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