Me neither, and I am starting to worry not only about EA, but the other schools where I will be behind in the app pool. I have already applied, and all I am waiting on is f*cking LSAC. Of my three EA schools, WUSTL doesn't require LORs to be complete, Cornell and Penn want two. So, I am going to call and raise hell to LSAC, and then email Cornell and Penn and ask them what they think.17-19 business days? I thought the point of LSAC's existence was efficiency...
Note from LSAC posted on Online Services Home.# LSAC is experiencing a delay in entering Letters of Recommendation (LORs) into candidate files. This delay has created a backlog of letters, so even some letters that were received over a week ago have not yet been processed. Please be aware that we have notified the law schools of this delay, and have requested that they accommodate applicants who may be attempting to meet early application deadlines and whose files may not yet be complete
Is it just me or does that make absolutely no sense?(I'm not questioning whether or not they said that, just the underlying logic of what they said.)Quote from: Rachel_G on October 18, 2004, 03:14:46 PMI just talked to LSDAS, and they told me it might take longer to process (more than 12 days)faxed LORs than mailed ones since they had to input them mannually.
I just talked to LSDAS, and they told me it might take longer to process (more than 12 days)faxed LORs than mailed ones since they had to input them mannually.
Im confused, is it ok to begin applying before the LORs are processed? I know that the LSAC will send out the letters as they are processed if a school has already requested a report, but do you think it will matter to the school that they come after the transcript, PS, etc?
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