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dta

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What Does "Law School Report Processed" Mean?
« on: September 22, 2004, 09:44:13 PM »
On the LSAC website for electronically submitted apps there's two columns displayed for each app. One is named "Law School Report Requested". So that's a no brainer, it's obvious what that one means. But there's another column for each app titled "Law School Report Processed".

What does that mean?

Processing an LSDAS report is something a law school would do internally to itself, it doesn't really involve the LSAC. So, how would LSAC be privy to these internal "goings on" of the report processing? And even if the LSAC is privy to such internal matters, then what the heck does "Law School Report Processed" mean?

DOWNY

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Re: What Does "Law School Report Processed" Mean?
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2004, 09:48:26 PM »
It means that you are a dumbass. Where is the "Ignore DOWNY" program? Come on, genius, where is it? Back up your previous statements, or admit that you lost and could never be as good as DOWNY. You don't have any balls, kid.

dta

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Re: What Does "Law School Report Processed" Mean?
« Reply #2 on: September 22, 2004, 09:55:06 PM »
At first I thought "LS Rpt Processed" indicated whether or not LSAC had yet to respond to the request by actually sending out the report. However, under this interpretation the Y's and N's do not match the data as given on the Reports/Letters page where a date is given when/if the request has been acted upon and a report has been mailed out.

Hmmmm ... the info just doesn't seem to be symetric.

dgatl

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Re: What Does "Law School Report Processed" Mean?
« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2004, 10:09:21 PM »
once they send the report it will clearly indicate the date it was "sent" (its all electronic, of course)