Called LSAC again, they said its the schools problem and that the school has to contact LSAC because according to LSAC records all 3 LORs were sent to the school.
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This is what I got when I checked my status...
"The Admissions Committee of the West Virginia University College of Law, acting on behalf of the faculty of the College of Law, has reviewed your application and has classified it as one which does not merit immediate denial or admission but merits further examination before a final decision is reached. This is not a notification of wait list status."
I was just wondering if anyone is in a similar situation or has been in a similar situation. To me this seems exactly like being put on the wait list. What sort of outcome should I expect?
WOOHOO I just got into Valpo. It is the first school I heard back from, I cant believe I am going to law school soon I had pretty much convinced myself that I was going to be getting 17 rejection letters. YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I cant stop shaking, is that normal?
It seems a little late in the game to still be sending out emails to people trying to get them to apply. I just got another email from Quinipiac (deadline March 1) with an offer for a fee waiver. I am assuming at this point schools are just trying to boost their application numbers.
ok, thats actually one of the only good reasons to write one. Make sure to mention your SAT scores and any other standarized tests scores, and then highlight your performance in college!
Thanks, I appreciate the help.
What is the reason that you are writing an LSAT addendum? Many times, it doesn't help, and even hurts the applicant because they come off as whiny and unresponsible for their actions
I just feel that my LSAT score is not a true indication of my abilities (I realize everyone probably feels that way). Also according to my SAT score I probably should never have graduated from college so standardized tests arent really my strong suit.