LSN: "Received" vs. "Complete" -- what's the difference?

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LSN: "Received" vs. "Complete" -- what's the difference?

Postby ComatoseClown » Tue Oct 19, 2010 5:32 am

Browsing various LSN users profiles, on each data page are the titles "Sent", "Received", "Complete", and "Decision".

Can anyone explain the latter 3, particularly the difference between Received and Complete?

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Re: LSN: "Received" vs. "Complete" -- what's the difference?

Postby im_blue » Tue Oct 19, 2010 5:37 am

Received - school confirms that it has received your submitted application and requests your LSAC report

Complete - school has received your complete LSAC report including transcripts, LORs, and LSAT scores (and residency determination form and dean's form, if applicable) and is ready to review your file

Decision - accept, reject, defer, or waitlist

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