usaorbust wrote:PrezRand wrote:mmart207 wrote:Incrementalist wrote:Have you tried getting the fee waiver through LSAC themselves. They grant them according to income so you don't have to pay the application fee. Just suggesting it as another alternative to those who didn't try.
Yeah, a lot of schools give you fee waivers if you already have a fee waiver from LSAC. I plan on getting the rest from the LSAC forum in October and anything else, I'll just call the school, tell them I'm a URM with my GPA and LSAT and that I'm very interested and just ask for a waiver, I'm sure they won't say no.
How do you get one from the LSAC forum
On the LSAC website on the Apply tab on the bottom right hand corner you can apply for a waiver. They are strictly need based waivers.
Some1 on this forum said it's pretty difficult to get a need-based waiver. I can't remember the specifics but I think he/she mentioned that you basically have to be on welfare