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Messages - hookem law
« on: March 20, 2004, 02:23:24 PM »
Only if you send in your transcript after next fall. If they do not have your transcript, they can not average those grades in. Law schools will eventually ask for it, but probably only as a formality after you have been accepted.
Waitlisted at WUSTL, dinged at Texas. Not too surprised by either.
IN: Denver, OUT: Texas, UNC, Waitlist/Held: WUSTL, Illinois, Pending: SMU, AZ St., Florida, Iowa, Indiana, Houston, Pitt.
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Okay, 2 thin white envelopes. One from Denver confirming my acceptance that I go by email earlier in the week. One from Illinois; I have been placed on HOLD. It says that after further review, I can be accepted, waitlisted, or denied. Not too sure what to make of it. If anyone could tell me whether this is better than being waitlisted or not, I would appreciate it. Also, would it be worth my time to send a letter confirming my interest in Illinois? Because it is one of my top 2 or 3 choices.
3.36/154, 165...complete in early Feb everywhere.
I got in a few days ago with 3.36/154, 165. No mention of money in the email. I expect to be offered something by Denver, but we'll see. I doubt I'll end up there (I have 10 apps still pending), but it is good to get that first acceptance.