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Has that ever happened? Perhaps the LOCI and denial letter crossed paths in the mail. Is this even a possibility?
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KarlZ06 wrote:Has that ever happened? Perhaps the LOCI and denial letter crossed paths in the mail. Is this even a possibility?
you just blew my mind.
ITT OP looks for hope despite denial letter.
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Its not like breaking up with a girl.
- Billy Blanks
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I like the OP's optimism. I mean, yes, they sent you a letter politely denying you admission and letting you know that this isn't the year for you to matriculate, but you hold out hope. That counts for something, right?
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Not because of a LOCI that's for sure. But I think there was a story of someone who appealed a denial because the school failed to take into account his February LSAT score. That's probably the only way though. Or if you're friends with the governor maybe.
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It can be done! Message me if you're interested in my experience with this. It is rare but it does happen, even without new LSAT scores