Question About Specific LOR Forms

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lawhaze

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Question About Specific LOR Forms

Postby lawhaze » Tue Jul 19, 2011 6:48 pm

I will be applying to schools during the upcoming cycle and an obvious desire is to have all of my applications completed as soon as possible. I do not want the LORs to hold me up, so I have already contacted four recommenders and have everything ready to hand over to them so they can begin the process. However, I have read that certain schools have specific LOR forms that must be filled out and submitted with the LSAC form and recommendation. Does that mean that I will have to wait until applications are available on September 1 to access these school-specific forms before I can give my recommenders all of the necessary paperwork?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Question About Specific LOR Forms

Postby Hopefully2012 » Tue Jul 19, 2011 7:11 pm

No, most of these forms, except Northwestern's CPE professional evaluation, are just substitutes for the LSAC form.

However, it looks like NU changed their website today to reflect the 2012-2013 cycle and only requires the CPE for the accelerated JD program.

Get your LoRs now. No need to wait for specialized forms.



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