Fee waivers given at Graduate/Professional Fair?

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iwanta170
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Fee waivers given at Graduate/Professional Fair?

Postby iwanta170 » Thu Oct 14, 2010 11:28 am

My school is having a Graduate/Professional Fair today and I was told most of the top schools will be there. Is this the type of event that a top 20 school would give out fee waivers at? I'm not sure if I should go

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Re: Fee waivers given at Graduate/Professional Fair?

Postby cowgirl_bebop » Thu Oct 14, 2010 11:56 am

iwanta170 wrote:My school is having a Graduate/Professional Fair today and I was told most of the top schools will be there. Is this the type of event that a top 20 school would give out fee waivers at? I'm not sure if I should go

If law schools plan to be there, they may be giving out fee waivers. See if you can find a list of what schools are going to be there and then decide. Worst case scenario you pick up a look-book and waste 30 minutes of your time.

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Re: Fee waivers given at Graduate/Professional Fair?

Postby anstud06 » Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:26 pm

Yes, if you tell them your LSAT and GPA (assuming you have numbers they want), they'll give you their business card and sign off in the back "fee waiver" with their name. Then you attach that to the form you send in.

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Re: Fee waivers given at Graduate/Professional Fair?

Postby iwanta170 » Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:11 pm

I just got back..went to 2 tables, talked for a bit, and then inquired about fee waivers. both said to give admissions a call. oh well, it was worth a shot. at least i can talk about speaking with these 2 representatives in my "why x" essays




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