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LawSchoolGuru wrote:Kess wrote:Thanks for your responses everyone. I'll ask.... worst case is that they'll say no. lol
Kess let me know what happens. I'm in the same boat! And have you gotten a fee waiver from NYU?
Well, you see, I took the LSAT for the first time in October so I don't have an LSAT score yet. I know my score won't be above Cornell's median so that's why I am very apprehensive about applying at all. Without a fee waiver, it will probably be a waste of money. My GPA, however, is above their 75th%. I was able to get some fee waivers from some T2s and T3s just by giving them my GPA but I don't think that will fly with a school like Cornell.
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Wait for the LSAT score to come through. T-14's all want to know your gpa and lsat before they hand out merit based waivers. You won't really know how you did until you find out on the 24th/26th so don't worry so much now. But I hope you did well!
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