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I can sum things up in a paragraph, but I was wondering how deep I should get into my financial issues. I don't have a job and haven't had one since I've started studying for the LSAT. What else do I need to say in my addendum other than why I should be considered for a fee waiver. How long was your fee waiver?
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I just got rejected for a fee waiver and honestly have near $0's in e very column. I'm going to forgo the appeal, because if I was rejected immediately with the #'s I had in there it must be the most impossible thing in the world to get waived.
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