UCLA Law- Better chance at acceptance if you are a resident?

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FAJISTE
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UCLA Law- Better chance at acceptance if you are a resident?

Postby FAJISTE » Wed Jun 15, 2011 11:29 pm

The subject says it all. My friends have told me that you do, but when I asked the admissions office they said it doesn't matter. They certainly have a larger population of in-state than out-of-state, but that could simply be because of the number of people that apply.

What's the deal?



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