Sending additional documents to schools - New Mexico

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Perjury
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Sending additional documents to schools - New Mexico

Postby Perjury » Tue Feb 16, 2010 1:50 am

University of New Mexico allows additional documents to be sent to them after you have submitted their application but how do you send additonal documents such as personal statements, addendums via LSAC because for that particular school everything is closed off. Thanks.

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Re: Sending additional documents to schools - New Mexico

Postby superflush » Tue Feb 16, 2010 2:48 am

Just email them.

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Re: Sending additional documents to schools - New Mexico

Postby TTTennis » Tue Feb 16, 2010 2:50 am

You really wanna be a Lobo?

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Perjury
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Re: Sending additional documents to schools - New Mexico

Postby Perjury » Tue Feb 16, 2010 2:57 am

what is a lobo?

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Re: Sending additional documents to schools - New Mexico

Postby TTTennis » Tue Feb 16, 2010 3:07 am

Perjury wrote:what is a lobo?


Exactly! They are the UNM Lobos. It's a wolf

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Re: Sending additional documents to schools - New Mexico

Postby nStiver » Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:51 pm

I am resurrecting this thread from the depths. UNM is awesome for UG. I love NM and have lived here my whole life. UNM law is very highly regarded within the state, and I think that the academics are much tougher than one would imagine by looking at the schools relatively low LSAT and GPA 25-75 percentiles. They try to create a diverse student body, which means they like to admit a lot of native americans, latinos, etc, if they feel like the student is coming from a tough/unique place, the goal being to create attorneys who have unique perspectives on life and may be more empathetic to people like themselves. I think that this is a good thing.

Also, TTTennis, you have a fellow tennis player as your avatar. Agassi is a fucking bad ass, especially when he had the mullet.




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