postponing the application by a year

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postponing the application by a year

Postby 052106 » Tue Jul 27, 2010 5:17 pm

Hi guys, would appreciate any info on this. I was planning to apply to law schools this fall to be admitted in the fall of 2011, now the plan has changed and I will be applying in 2011 for admission in fall of 2012. My LSAC account is set up, everything (LSAT good until 2014, transcripts, LOR) is included. Am I going to be able to use all the same LSAC documentation and account for the next year application instead of this year? If so, should I change anything on my account? Is there anything else I need to know in this situation?


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Re: postponing the application by a year

Postby lzyovrachievr » Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:01 pm

You should be fine. I planned on applying last year and got all of my transcripts, LSAT, and LORs ready on the LSAC website, and they are still waiting for me this year. As long as you've submitted all those things to LSAC, they will be kept until your account expires (i.e. 5 years from starting date). I changed information in my profile on LSAC to say that I planned to apply for admission the year after.


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Re: postponing the application by a year

Postby bk1 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:02 pm

Should be fine. Just make sure to send in an updated transcript if you take any more courses.

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