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b.j.
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General Application Question

Postby b.j. » Thu Jan 14, 2010 10:42 am

Last night, as I was struggling to fall asleep, I was reading one school's site. The admissions people said it was better to actually submit the application even if all of the supporting documents, like LORs, weren't ready and/or if you planned to take a later LSAT. I don't see the big deal in actually submitting the basic information, but then, at the same time, I don't have a problem with it if it's going to expedite the process.

My question is, do all schools feel this way? I figured I will be done with my personal statement by Saturday at the latest, but I am still waiting on my LORs. But like I said before, if it's going to help make the process go quicker, even if it doesn't reserve me a spot in line, is it better to simply do whatever I can now and then update the schools once everything else comes in?



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