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AppleDuck

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I sent out all my applications just before Christmas, and we are at the end of March and there are still 6 law schools that have not sent me ANYTHING.  Not a deferral/waitlist/acceptance/rejectance/etc.NOTHING.

Now that April is approaching, would you say that more likely than not I am going to get rejected by the remaining schools? Does this long wait indicate anything?

I already got accepted to some Top 100 law schools (which was my goal) so no matter what happens I will be happy.  But I would be ecstatic if I got accepted by any of the schools that are remaining except for 1.

Thanks in advanced for any advice you may have to offer on this situation.
Pacific McGeorge '11

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Re: After not hearing for THIS LONG, is it usually a good or bad sign?
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2008, 01:19:25 PM »
A professor I asked about this told me "No news is good news"

How true is that?
Pacific McGeorge '11

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Re: After not hearing for THIS LONG, is it usually a good or bad sign?
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2008, 01:32:24 PM »
I was placed on hold and not notified of it until I called.  I am glad I did...I sent in a LOCI and 2 LOR's met with the Dean....and was accepted!