Schools that do NOT operate rolling admissions

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OneSixtySix
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Schools that do NOT operate rolling admissions

Postby OneSixtySix » Tue Jan 05, 2010 12:49 pm

I'm applying later in the cycle (the week), and realize this puts me at somewhat of a disadvantage in terms of scholarship money and admissions chances. Is anybody aware of a list of schools which do not practice rolling admissions? I know W&M is one (which is good because it seems like a good school for me), but was unaware if there wer eothers within the T30.

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Re: Schools that do NOT operate rolling admissions

Postby democrattotheend » Tue Jan 05, 2010 12:59 pm

Yale says applying early is not an advantage, and even taking the February LSAT is okay for Yale. NYU also says applying early doesn't give you an advantage, although I think December is the last LSAT they take. As far as I know, all of the other T14 are rolling and applying early is an advantage (not sure about Stanford).

Lower-ranked schools tend to have later application deadlines, so if you are not applying to T14 schools, you are probably ok. I know George Mason's deadline is not until June, if that helps.




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