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I just noticed that on one of my applications where it asks for other schools you are applying to, I accidently included an exhaustive list of every school I am applying to, including the school that I was applying to in the application. Will this hurt me?
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In general, does it matter at all what schools you list? For example, on the application for a T40, it seems like listing all T10s as schools you're applying to would make you more likely to get yield protected than if you listed peer schools.
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It may hurt your chances at schools exercising yield protection. If you applied to law schools which offer substantial scholarships to applicants with your numbers & profile or if you applied to an in-state law school with very low resident tuition rates, then other law schools may reject or waitlist you because it is unlikely that you would attend even if accepted.
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They may just do it for informational reasons (get an idea of where else their applicants apply).