I'm getting mixed signals from Brooklyn Law School. Their website says that a Dean's Certification Letter is required only if I answer yes to some academic probation questions. Appreqs.com, however, states that all undergrad applicants must submit a Dean's Certification Letter. Furthermore, on the LSAC website, Brooklyn's checklist states that "an application is considered complete when all required documents, including the candidate's Credential Assembly Service (CAS) report, Certification Letter, and faculty recommendations (two), have been received by the school's Office of Admissions." Yet on the actual application, it only specifically states that a letter of certification should be submitted if I answer yes to one of several probationary questions. Anyone have any insights on this inconsistency? My life would be a lot easier if I didn't have to run around securing Deans' statements.
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