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Should I ask to be held until next year, if I get a Fulbright?
« on: February 13, 2007, 04:03:05 PM »
I have been put on the waitlist/deferred at a few schools, should I let them know that I have made it to the next round of the Fulbright?  Will this help/hurt my chances?  Also could I ask to be considered for a spot in next years class when I'm currently on the WL?  Just wanted to know if anyone head heard about any of this happening before.
In: RU-C($), Loyola, Nova, Temple ($$), AU, Emory, WUSTL ($$), NDLS ($$), Wake, Case, GULC (PT), Fordham, Cardozo, Mason (PT)
WL/Def: NU, Duke, UVA, W&L, UVA, BC
Out: UMich, NYU, Boalt, UC-Davis, HLS, UofChicago, Columbia, UWash



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Re: Should I ask to be held until next year, if I get a Fulbright?
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2007, 11:35:43 PM »
No you shouldn't.  If you get it, then you could inform them.  Just telling them you made it to the next round could make them question why you are even applying to law school at all.