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Rutgers-Camden: April 15
Syracuse: April 15
New England: April 15
CUNY:April 1
Pace:April 25
Touro:April 1

syracuse decision was mailed to my permanent addy

Wait List / Re: Rutgers Camden
« on: March 27, 2005, 12:40:30 PM »
victorian14-what is camden like? is it really as dangerous as pple say?


Where should I go next fall? / when is it official?
« on: March 24, 2005, 11:35:03 PM »
kinda strange, i swear i posted this before, but it seems to be mia...

anyways, here's the situation/question: i've been accepted into the rutgers-camden summer program, but ive also been waitlisted at st. john's. the summer program starts at the end of may, so it possible for me to accept and to attend st. john's if i'm admitted (and withdraw from r-c)? when does attending a law school become "binding?" is there an "official" deadline?

Where should I go next fall? / When is it official?
« on: March 24, 2005, 06:59:35 PM »
Here's the deal. I'm leaning towards Rutgers-Camden's Summer Program, however I am waitlisted at St. John's.  The thing is that the summer deal starts at the end of May, so is it possible for me to still attend St. John's if I'm accepted? When does it become official and binding? When do you start withdrawing from schools? I've heard of students who started classes, but were still waitlisted at other schools, and when they found out they were accepted, they went to the that school instead.


let him be  ::)

depends on each school

Where should I go next fall? / Re: St John's
« on: March 22, 2005, 01:15:52 PM »
congrats on your acceptance! im still waiting to hear from them. what's the date on your acceptance letter? i called their office the other day, and they said that a decision was made on march 18th, but got nothing in the mail from the today...

Minority Topics / Re: Asian/Asian-American Discussion Board
« on: March 21, 2005, 09:23:02 PM »
the movie definitely has its blood, guts and gore. yea and i'll admit it, i cried at the end too. ive only seen a handful of korean flicks, but i thought "peppermint candy" was pretty good.

well columbia and cornell are uber-uber reaches for me, but i can still dream~
my ugpa was 3.3 (cornell), ggpa 3.9 (foreign), lsat 144/156. i've been complete since mid-january, so i dont know what the hold up is, since i thought i was an automatic reject for columbia & cornell.

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