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I have an LSAC fee waiver but I'm still reluctant to apply to a few schools because I think it's too late in the game for schools to be accepting students below their 25th/medians. Am I correct? Or is it believed to be different for URMs?
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Conventional wisdom is that applying early is always better, regardless of URM status.
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The idea is that you should apply early if you can, not necessarily that you shouldn't apply late if you didn't manage to apply early. With a fee waiver, why would you be reluctant to apply late?
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Maybe an edge over other urms? I mean it should help right
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I mean, if you have a fee waiver... and you want to apply to those schools... then apply! Yes, it is a *little* late. Yes, that still applies to URMs. But why not take a shot?
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