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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby Sauer Grapes » Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:12 am

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby 84Sunbird2000 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:26 am

Just got Emory solicited.

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby IHaveDietMoxie » Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:46 am

Sauer Grapes wrote:Notre Dame just sent one unsolicited.

same

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby sibley » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:14 pm

Emory solicited, Notre Dame unsolicited this morning just like y'all (I'm from NY by the way... I just like typing y'all...). Also got one from DePaul.

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby 84Sunbird2000 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:18 pm

Same on the DePaul - no Notre Dame waiver yet (could it be the LGBT check box?)

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby booboo » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:20 pm

sibley wrote:Emory solicited, Notre Dame unsolicited this morning just like y'all (I'm from NY by the way... I just like typing y'all...). Also got one from DePaul.


I'm from NY too... and I type y'all.

I do get much flak for it though, lol.

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby cardinalandgold » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:30 pm

Just got unsolicited from Notre Dame. Also got a fee waiver from Duke Law this morning with an invitation to apply to their special "Priority Track - Early Decision" program, which is binding. I thought that Duke's Priority Track was a non-binding process? Is the Priority Track - Early Decision different from their regular Priority Track? Anyone else get this email?

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby Headybrah » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:38 pm

I just got an e-mail from Notre Dame asking me to apply no fee waiver....

dang

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby Sauer Grapes » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:45 pm

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby cardinalandgold » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:49 pm

Sauer Grapes wrote:
cardinalandgold wrote:Just got unsolicited from Notre Dame. Also got a fee waiver from Duke Law this morning with an invitation to apply to their special "Priority Track - Early Decision" program, which is binding. I thought that Duke's Priority Track was a non-binding process? Is the Priority Track - Early Decision different from their regular Priority Track? Anyone else get this email?

Are you sure it said binding? Mine specifically stated non binding and that I was free to apply elsewhere.

I am sure it said binding. There is a whole paragraph talking about the fact that it is binding and that one should only apply for the PT - Early Decision option if one was sure Duke was their number one choice, and that a decision would be given 10 days after going complete if I were to register for it. But if accepted, I would need to drop all other applications.

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby amann » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:55 pm

This is what mine said:

The Priority Track program allows you to submit your application materials at any time prior to the February 15 deadline. Your application fee will be automatically waived when you submit your application through LSAC. Upon completion of your file, your application will receive an immediate comprehensive review and you will receive a response within ten days. This is a non-binding program; if you are admitted to Duke, you may freely consider offers of admission from other law schools.

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby 84Sunbird2000 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:55 pm

cardinalandgold wrote:Just got unsolicited from Notre Dame. Also got a fee waiver from Duke Law this morning with an invitation to apply to their special "Priority Track - Early Decision" program, which is binding. I thought that Duke's Priority Track was a non-binding process? Is the Priority Track - Early Decision different from their regular Priority Track? Anyone else get this email?


What are your numeros?

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby booboo » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:55 pm

cardinalandgold wrote:
Sauer Grapes wrote:
cardinalandgold wrote:Just got unsolicited from Notre Dame. Also got a fee waiver from Duke Law this morning with an invitation to apply to their special "Priority Track - Early Decision" program, which is binding. I thought that Duke's Priority Track was a non-binding process? Is the Priority Track - Early Decision different from their regular Priority Track? Anyone else get this email?

Are you sure it said binding? Mine specifically stated non binding and that I was free to apply elsewhere.

I am sure it said binding. There is a whole paragraph talking about the fact that it is binding and that one should only apply for the PT - Early Decision option if one was sure Duke was their number one choice, and that a decision would be given 10 days after going complete if I were to register for it. But if accepted, I would need to drop all other applications.


http://www.law.duke.edu/prioritytrack/

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby bloodonthetracks » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:57 pm

notre dame

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby ShiftyOne » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:14 pm

kwhitegocubs wrote:Same on the DePaul - no Notre Dame waiver yet (could it be the LGBT check box?)


Got Notre Dame with no LGBT.

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby ShiftyOne » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:16 pm

Also I just got the Duke Fee Waiver email after having the hidden one for several days. It does mention the priority track - Binding decision in it. This must be priority track for those people who don't quite make the cut for the normal priority track.

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby cardinalandgold » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:17 pm

amann wrote:This is what mine said:

The Priority Track program allows you to submit your application materials at any time prior to the February 15 deadline. Your application fee will be automatically waived when you submit your application through LSAC. Upon completion of your file, your application will receive an immediate comprehensive review and you will receive a response within ten days. This is a non-binding program; if you are admitted to Duke, you may freely consider offers of admission from other law schools.

This is what mine said:

You may submit your application through our regular admission process at any point prior to our February 15, 2010 deadline, although we encourage you to apply as soon as you have your materials ready. Alternately, you may apply through our special Priority Track - Early Decision option. This is a binding admission program and is appropriate only if Duke is now your top choice for law school. If you choose this option, a decision on your application will be issued within ten days of the completion of your application and the submission of your Priority Track Early Decision Certification form.

This is the site that it links to. No one else has gotten this email?

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby cardinalandgold » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:19 pm

kwhitegocubs wrote:
cardinalandgold wrote:Just got unsolicited from Notre Dame. Also got a fee waiver from Duke Law this morning with an invitation to apply to their special "Priority Track - Early Decision" program, which is binding. I thought that Duke's Priority Track was a non-binding process? Is the Priority Track - Early Decision different from their regular Priority Track? Anyone else get this email?


What are your numeros?

3.5, 169

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby hannah87 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:21 pm

cardinalandgold wrote:
amann wrote:This is what mine said:

The Priority Track program allows you to submit your application materials at any time prior to the February 15 deadline. Your application fee will be automatically waived when you submit your application through LSAC. Upon completion of your file, your application will receive an immediate comprehensive review and you will receive a response within ten days. This is a non-binding program; if you are admitted to Duke, you may freely consider offers of admission from other law schools.

This is what mine said:

You may submit your application through our regular admission process at any point prior to our February 15, 2010 deadline, although we encourage you to apply as soon as you have your materials ready. Alternately, you may apply through our special Priority Track - Early Decision option. This is a binding admission program and is appropriate only if Duke is now your top choice for law school. If you choose this option, a decision on your application will be issued within ten days of the completion of your application and the submission of your Priority Track Early Decision Certification form.

This is the site that it links to. No one else has gotten this email?


I got that binding email too. My #s are 3.9, 168.

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby Trifles » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:24 pm

Just got University of Illinois and Houston unrequested
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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby flowerpot » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:25 pm

Has anyone gotten a fee waiver from Emory unsolicited? I emailed them asking for one and they responded saying that they do not take requests for fee waivers. My numbers are awesome for Emory so whats up? Other people have said that they have emailed Emory and gotten one!

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby sibley » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:26 pm

flowerpot wrote:Has anyone gotten a fee waiver from Emory unsolicited? I emailed them asking for one and they responded saying that they do not take requests for fee waivers. My numbers are awesome for Emory so whats up? Other people have said that they have emailed Emory and gotten one!


My email to them included my senior year of financial aid screenshot + my lsat score.


also, just got from Houston and Illinois.

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby Sauer Grapes » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:30 pm

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby moandersen » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:31 pm

sibley wrote:Also got one from DePaul.


What the balls? I got an email from them yesterday saying that they sent out all of their merit-based fee waivers in November. By the numbers of people who have gotten in so far this year, im in with $. I wish they would have been more straight-forward with me instead of feeding me bs. Its my safety school, so i guess i have to pony up the money.

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Re: Post December LSAT Fee Waivers

Postby 84Sunbird2000 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:31 pm

Got the BINDING Duke email as well. On my fantasy list, they were number 3 after Cornell and Stanford, so I guess I might as well take the shot.

Also got Illinois (which is already free!)




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