I am still in undergrad and have applied to several law schools however i have one question which i cannot seem to find an answer to on any schools website or office.
what is the deadline by which law schools must dish out their acceptances, wait lists, and rejections?
in undergrad all schools informed me of my application's status by May 1st because money to reserve seats for the coming semester was due that day does the same apply to law schools?
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Most of the schools I applied to said between March and April will be the timeframe that let most applicants know their decision. I hate it because i have been checking the status of my applications every single day
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The most common date for seat deposits I've seen among schools I applied to is April 15th. I think most schools try to give you a decision a little before that date so you can actually make an informed decision. If the decision is a waitlist, then you could be in for the long haul if you don't withdraw and actually want to go there.