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crepesme wrote:I'm think whether to fill out the fee waiver application. Can anybody tell me whether the bar is high or not?
If you are talking about LSAC, good luck. It's pretty hard and you have to be almost dead broke. I know because I am just slightly over dead broke and was rejected.
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crepesme wrote:I'm think whether to fill out the fee waiver application. Can anybody tell me whether the bar is high or not? And I mean the law school ones not the LSAC ones
As far as I know there usually isn't a fee waver application process for law schools, you just send them an email request and they get back to you. As to the difficulty of getting a fee waver it really depends on the school.
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You are bound to get some, especially from safety schools. Include your name, GPA, LSAT, and LSAC account number in your emails, briefly explain why you want a fee waiver, and be polite. It is much less difficult to get an application fee waiver than an LSAT/LSAC fee waiver.
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