CLS ED Deadline Flexibility

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tilghmab
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CLS ED Deadline Flexibility

Postby tilghmab » Wed Jan 27, 2010 8:29 pm

I'm guessing nil.

3.84/168 here, dwelling on a much lower than expected LSAT score (who isn't). Am I silly for considering inquiring with CLS admissions whether or not I can make a formal binding commitment to them this late in the game? Maybe they would at least note the request in my file and look favorably on it? Or am I just wasting their time? I guess these are what LOCIs / targeted LORs are for at this point in the process?

Thanks for your time/advice.

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AliceB
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Re: CLS ED Deadline Flexbility

Postby AliceB » Wed Jan 27, 2010 8:33 pm

Yeah, it's like 2 months late. And I don't think there's a single ED at CLS with an LSAT below 170 on LSN. I really really doubt they would accept anything like that.

And you're talking about Columbia right?

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Re: CLS ED Deadline Flexibility

Postby tilghmab » Wed Jan 27, 2010 8:48 pm

Yes, yes...although my application package isn't otherwise unimpressive. Dual-degrees, BS Mech. Engineering, BA English, both Summa, PBK, etc. Good leadership, extracurriculars, recommendations, work experience...graduated in May and working until matriculation.

Went complete in late October.

I really really doubt they would accept anything like that.


That being an applicant with my numbers or the ED request?




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