Has anyone else, who applied to UT, started receiving financial aid information prior to receiving an acceptance?
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« on: July 05, 2009, 11:21:55 PM »
Curious on this as well, there have to be some people in tax llm programs or people who know people who are reading this forum...
« on: June 30, 2009, 04:40:30 PM »
Do we have a Georgetown email address?
I was told that admissions was preparing to send out information regarding this the first week of July. I think we get access to all of their OCS resources at that time as well.
« on: June 29, 2009, 04:55:05 PM »
You were accepted most likely. I didn't get in the first round of ED, but did with the second round and obtained access along with the group of people who were offered admission.
I quickly put together an app to track law school transfers that is probably a bit easier to use (user editable) than the yahoo database and doesn't require you to have a yahoo account.
Agreed! Same situation for me as well. Found out about the Dean's Cert. needed from every undergrad you attended after I thought I was done with the app. What a hassle.
I was told every undergraduate institution where one matriculated as a degree seeking student. That restriction knocked out two for me, luckily.
The forms weren't that big of a deal (I made sure all were sent back to me so I knew when they were complete), but with one school I had a terrible time getting someone to complete the form. From what I can tell, the form went to 6 different offices before someone completed it. "I don't have information on aspect X, that's office Y," "I don't know you personally," "The person who should fill this out passed away 3 years ago..."