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It's possible to switch. However, schools have limits on when you can get your money back. Call your current school ASAP and find out if you'll get all your money back. Sometimes you may only get a percentage back (eg 80%).
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syd625 wrote:If you're admitted to another law school off the wait list after already starting classes (orientation and one full day of class) is it possible to switch? I'm in this exact predicament and am not sure how the whole process works.
Yes. You just accept the new school and withdraw from the old school. You should get most of your money back. Just be awAre it might take a little while to sort out the loans.
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