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uncumd

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Kind of an emergency; my professor finally turned in my last grade and I want to make Georgetown's March 15th early action deadline.

The question: do I need to get my current law school to send my transcript to LSDAS first, or can I send it directly to G-town?

The website seems to imply that I can send it to Georgetown immediately. I'd call them to ask, but because of the timing, I'd like to know tonight if possible.

Any other considerations I should have regarding if I can get it to them on/before Wed will be much appreciated.

THANKS!


shamrock13

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Re: Does Transcripts from current school need to go through LSAC?
« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2006, 12:35:15 AM »
you can have your registrar send your transcript directly to gulc.  some law school registrars even allow students to pay an additional fee to expedite the process.  make sure you let them know that time is a factor. 


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Re: Does Transcripts from current school need to go through LSAC?
« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2006, 08:08:50 AM »
Thanks! You're a life-saver.