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Hold on...by this statement ("Applicants caught applying to other schools in the early admissions period are automatically rejected by the admissions committee") if one applies ED they must wait until they get a response from that school until they apply to others?!? I think this is contradictory to accepted behavior. Most schools say that if acceted one must withdraw apps from other already applied to schools.
I thought that statement is referring to applying to multiple schools early decision. You can still apply early action or early for normal admissions before you hear from the school. But only one school for early decision.
« on: July 29, 2004, 06:42:35 PM »
I'll be a senior next year. Hopefully it will be my one and only senior year.
I'm throwing myself a gigantic birthday party to celebrate the end of my teens in October. But I could manage another big party for 21 if I end up on the 5 year plan.
Be sure to tell them up front not to open the letter "Dear LSAC"
Good luck with that situation. Anyways, that is an awesome list you made of things the professor can/should mention. Thanks for sharing.
I would love to go to University of Michigan. Although I would probably fail out since I'd spend all my time on North Campus stalking the CSEE grad students trying to get them to show me their work.
But University of Michigan is definitely my first choice.
Where should I go next fall? / Re: How many (and from where) fee waivers from law schools have you recieved?« on: July 27, 2004, 08:24:51 PM »
Since it doesn't really seem like any schools have posted applications yet, I would imagine, they aren't really passing out fee waivers yet, although I did get one today for William & Mary. Still waiting on the one from Harvard, though.
I, BlueGirl, am a lurker.
How's that for a confession?
I don't really know that much about the whole lawschool process, so I'm just kind of lurking and soaking up the wisdom of the regulars. So, I guess you could take lurkers as a compliment.