I was waitlisted ED and pretty much figured I was not going to apply to law school at all until I received a much-improved score in December, at which point I began working on applications to other schools. My applications didn't go out until mid-January, and I don't want to delay their review another second by sending LSAC an updated transcript to process, but I also want to convey to UVA that I'm still interested in being considered for admission. The UVA website states that waitlisted students should send updated grades through LSAC; but could I just send UVA my grades directly to avoid delaying all my other applications? Perhaps I should not send a grade update and instead simply talk about my new LSAT score in my LOCI?
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No, only LSAC report transcripts are official. If you're on the WL, you won't hear from them for at least a couple more months, anyway.
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If they tell you to send it to LSAC, then do it. I don't know why you think it will cause a delay. LSAC processes transcripts pretty quickly.
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