LSAC Complete vs. School Complete

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gmen028
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LSAC Complete vs. School Complete

Postby gmen028 » Sun Mar 07, 2010 5:34 pm

Hey guys-- first time poster here, sorry if this has been discussed a lot on this forum already but i couldn't find a thread about it. What's the difference between LSAC complete and a school sending a 'complete' email individually? In relation to trying to figure out when a decision will be rendered, which complete date should I go by and how long should I expect to wait for a decision from these schools? ( I went LSAC complete everywhere about 2 weeks ago, a few schools sent 'complete' emails the beginning of last week).

Thanks!

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PlugInBaby
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Re: LSAC Complete vs. School Complete

Postby PlugInBaby » Sun Mar 07, 2010 5:36 pm

LSAC complete merely means you did everything you needed to do via the LSAC or pertaining to the LSAC to send a complete application. A complete at the school itself means that it has received all necessary materials and has processed them to be ready for review.

gmen028
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Re: LSAC Complete vs. School Complete

Postby gmen028 » Sun Mar 07, 2010 6:31 pm

Thanks!




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