Quick LSN question

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beatrock
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Quick LSN question

Postby beatrock » Thu Oct 07, 2010 4:12 pm

On LSN, what does "received" and "complete" respectively mean? Is received "LSAC complete" and "complete" is when the school sends you a status checker? Thanks.

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am588
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Re: Quick LSN question

Postby am588 » Fri Oct 08, 2010 9:44 am

I believe it is when the school actually says your file went complete (ie when you send without a score, once they receive your score they make your file complete, or some school just hold onto it for a bit before it goes complete). Sent is just when you submit it to LSAC to send out.




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