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180lawstudent
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LSAC Fee Waiver

Postby 180lawstudent » Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:32 pm

I applied for the fee waiver in late December or early January. I had to use my 2008 tax returns I am a independnet and made about $40k. But in 2009, I made less than $20k.

How can I get LSAC to consider my 2009 taxes; instead of my 2008?

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im_blue
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Re: LSAC Fee Waiver

Postby im_blue » Wed Feb 17, 2010 7:45 pm

Wait until March or April and reapply, when they start accepting 2009 tax forms. You'll surely get denied with $40k, but you have a chance with < $20k.

180lawstudent
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Re: LSAC Fee Waiver

Postby 180lawstudent » Wed Feb 17, 2010 8:01 pm

im_blue wrote:Wait until March or April and reapply, when they start accepting 2009 tax forms. You'll surely get denied with $40k, but you have a chance with < $20k.



THANK YOU!!!! WHEW~~~~

I already paid for the LSAT for my June test though. I probably should have waited a little while longer. Oh well, as long as everything is waived....I'm good.

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Re: LSAC Fee Waiver

Postby thalassocrat » Wed Feb 17, 2010 8:05 pm

180lawstudent wrote:
im_blue wrote:Wait until March or April and reapply, when they start accepting 2009 tax forms. You'll surely get denied with $40k, but you have a chance with < $20k.



THANK YOU!!!! WHEW~~~~

I already paid for the LSAT for my June test though. I probably should have waited a little while longer. Oh well, as long as everything is waived....I'm good.


If they approve the waiver later on, you can request a refund for the LSAT.

180lawstudent
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Re: LSAC Fee Waiver

Postby 180lawstudent » Wed Feb 17, 2010 8:14 pm

thalassocrat wrote:
180lawstudent wrote:
im_blue wrote:Wait until March or April and reapply, when they start accepting 2009 tax forms. You'll surely get denied with $40k, but you have a chance with < $20k.



THANK YOU!!!! WHEW~~~~

I already paid for the LSAT for my June test though. I probably should have waited a little while longer. Oh well, as long as everything is waived....I'm good.


If they approve the waiver later on, you can request a refund for the LSAT.



REALLY!! You guys are really making my day. I'm so happy to hear this! I can't wait until March!




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