The whole transferring thing doesn't sound bad however, I have read so many negative posts on another site about transferring from Cooley it seems like it is be very difficult to do.
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« on: June 08, 2005, 02:56:18 PM »
Was it hard to get recommendation letters from your professor? Especially after not being there for a whole year befoe transferring.
I got questions about how to transfer from Cooley. First is it hard to get the Dean of Certification letter? Is it hard to get letters of recommendations from your professors? If someone were to try and transfer for the fall, would it be best to apply in the spring and ask for the transcripts after the the Spring Term is over? Somebody who has successfully transferred, please give me a detailed Step by Step process on how to go about things exactly.
« on: May 15, 2005, 03:56:01 PM »
Even if I am trying to get into a school like Columbia or NYU?
« on: May 14, 2005, 10:56:57 PM »
Is it possible to transfer from a 4Tier like Cooley to a 2Tier or 3Tier? If so is the LSAT score still considered in the transfer?
Is it possible to transfer from a school like Texas Southern, or Thomas Cooley School of law? If so what are the odds? Has anyone ever transferred before? Does the addmission committee look at the lsat or just at your current information such as your grades at your current school and so forth?
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