Quote from: LawStarr08 on April 25, 2008, 11:33:22 PMQuote from: CoupDeGlace on April 25, 2008, 06:26:14 PMI'm also on it, but I'm not really counting on getting off it.Where have you decided to go?I've decided on the University of Florida. I really don't think much, if at all, about the schools I've been waitlisted at. After having been through four months of hell, I'm glad I finally know where I'm going.If, by some chance, I got called off a waitlist... I figure I'd cross that bridge when I got to it. Best way to keep your sanity.
Quote from: CoupDeGlace on April 25, 2008, 06:26:14 PMI'm also on it, but I'm not really counting on getting off it.Where have you decided to go?
I'm also on it, but I'm not really counting on getting off it.
I am hoping they can just let me know soon. My odds of acceptance seem pretty slim except good LOR's and midwestern ties (if they prefer that, I don't know that they would) but I gotta get a place leased out soon, etc. so even a rejection at this point would at least free up my mind to settle elsewhere!
Anybody else get this e-mail this afternoon?Dear xxx,As you may have already learned, we have had a record breaking number of second deposits this year. Unfortunately for us, we will be unable to offer you a seat in this year’s class. Several candidates have asked us about our transfer program. Because we are not dealing with the size constraints of first year required classes, we typically do admit transfer applicants each year, based on their first year performance. Transfer students are eligible to participate in the write-on competitions for the school’s journals and law review, the moot court competition, and fall on-campus interviewing. If you would like more information or have any questions about the transfer process, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com.We greatly appreciate your interest in our school and wish you all the best. Janet BolinAssociate Dean of Admissions and Student ServicesWashington University School of Law314firstname.lastname@example.org