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- Tinkerz Belle
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10 (2 fee waivers) ... Added more schools to my list everyday that went by without a decision. My bank acct cherishes the day I recieved that first acceptance. I'm also happy I didn't waste any more $$, because honestly, I'd rather forgoe LS for another yr+ than matriculate at a school outside of my favorite 10.
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Reading this thread makes me feel like I should have applied to more schools. I applied to 10 schools, 4 fee waivers. I'd probably be willing to go to any of those 10 I get into if that means anything.
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26 with fee waivers for about 15 of them still dropped about a grand on apps but if I can finagle a full ride scholly out of it it will be worth it. I'm a splitter too so I figured it might be a little unpredictable so better to cover my bases.
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wow OP, 45 is pretty insane... here are some others: http://www.top-law-schools.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=139594
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lsatextreme wrote:DreamsInDigital wrote:14. 1200 so far with everything. i know i should stop, but everyday I don't hear back I want to apply to more. and it has only been 5 weeks since my first one was sent.
i know exactly what you mean and it's been just a little over a week since i've sent mine.
but man, that's pretty pricey for just 14 apps. No waivers?
I only ended up getting waivers for Columbia, UVA and William and Mary. Everything else came out of pocket (my gpa knocked me off the waiver list for most places I think).
And I just noticed the 1200 actually includes my lsat registration and the money we give directly to lsac...so its probably a little over 900 bucks on just apps?
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