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lawschooliseasy wrote:The first week of January.
Don't worry about it at all. You're a month out from when you applied and you happened to apply when everyone else was doing the same. I applied in November and only had one decision a month later. You should expect to wait until March or April for them all to get back, particularly the reaches.
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I figured that I would have more responses... Most of my applications to schools where my numbers exceeded their medians. I´m hoping for $cholarships. At least Washington and Lee gave me a fatty...
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lawschooliseasy wrote:Does anyone else think that this process is going very, very slowly?
Not really. I applied to 15 and have heard back from 3. I think that's pretty good for only applying in january.
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lawschooliseasy wrote:acdisagod wrote:Wait, your bitching about four responses and you applied a month ago? I applied in late November and have 0 responses.
WTF Fordham, BC and BU haven´t autoadmitted you yet?
I wish... I've heard from NYU because I was ED, but they deferred me to the regular decision pool so that's not really a decision (though it's basically a rejection/waitlist waiting to happen).
Anyone think a LOCI to these schools would be a good idea?
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MURPH wrote:I put out 25 applications between 11/23 and 12/3. I've only gotten four responses but I keep checking the status checkers like I have OCD.
I would really like to hear from some places so i can visit for sprink break possibly
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Burger in a can wrote:I applied to Yale at 10:30 this morning and STILL haven't heard anything. Who do they think they are? This is just ridiculous- I am writing my withdrawal email right now.
OH WHAT? Unbelievable dude. You better file for a refund.
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