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Re: Submit apps before LORs sent?
« Reply #10 on: September 14, 2004, 10:56:22 PM »
My apps are Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Michigan, Penn, Duke, Boalt, Gtown, UCLA, and USC; none ask for HS GPA.
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Re: Submit apps before LORs sent?
« Reply #11 on: September 14, 2004, 11:02:04 PM »
My apps are Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Michigan, Penn, Duke, Boalt, Gtown, UCLA, and USC; none ask for HS GPA.

Wow. You're in a league above me. I only have a 163 LSAT score so I'll be applying to a lower group of schools, but I can't imagine that the apps would be too much different.

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Re: Submit apps before LORs sent?
« Reply #12 on: September 14, 2004, 11:04:08 PM »
My apps are Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Michigan, Penn, Duke, Boalt, Gtown, UCLA, and USC; none ask for HS GPA.

Wow. You're in a league above me. I only have a 163 LSAT score so I'll be applying to a lower group of schools, but I can't imagine that the apps would be too much different.

I would think they're the same.  If nothing else, maybe you can open up a couple applications and close them without saving?  That way you can still modify your common info form and have the changes come up in the applications.
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Re: Submit apps before LORs sent?
« Reply #13 on: September 14, 2004, 11:11:50 PM »
My apps are Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Michigan, Penn, Duke, Boalt, Gtown, UCLA, and USC; none ask for HS GPA.

Wow. You're in a league above me. I only have a 163 LSAT score so I'll be applying to a lower group of schools, but I can't imagine that the apps would be too much different.

I would think they're the same.  If nothing else, maybe you can open up a couple applications and close them without saving?  That way you can still modify your common info form and have the changes come up in the applications.

See it's reasoning like that that got you a 171 and will get you into Yale.

So thanks for the advice I'll try it.

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Re: Submit apps before LORs sent?
« Reply #14 on: September 15, 2004, 12:57:40 AM »
My apps are Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Michigan, Penn, Duke, Boalt, Gtown, UCLA, and USC; none ask for HS GPA.

Wow. You're in a league above me. I only have a 163 LSAT score so I'll be applying to a lower group of schools, but I can't imagine that the apps would be too much different.

I would think they're the same.  If nothing else, maybe you can open up a couple applications and close them without saving?  That way you can still modify your common info form and have the changes come up in the applications.

See it's reasoning like that that got you a 171 and will get you into Yale.

So thanks for the advice I'll try it.

Ha ha, thank you!  I will be sure to print out this thread and attach it as an addendum to my application :)
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