Withdrew binding ED 3 years ago

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xynder
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Withdrew binding ED 3 years ago

Postby xynder » Sun Jul 15, 2012 4:22 pm

I withdrew a binding ED acceptance 3 years ago to not attend law school at all. Decided it wasn't for me.

Now I want to attend. Am I OK to apply?

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Icculus
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Re: Withdrew binding ED 3 years ago

Postby Icculus » Sun Jul 15, 2012 4:28 pm

xynder wrote:I withdrew a binding ED acceptance 3 years ago to not attend law school at all. Decided it wasn't for me.

Now I want to attend. Am I OK to apply?


Yes.

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Re: Withdrew binding ED 3 years ago

Postby patrickd139 » Sun Jul 15, 2012 4:33 pm

Curious to see if they let you in. I'd be prepared to address that specifically in your PS.

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Re: Withdrew binding ED 3 years ago

Postby bp shinners » Mon Jul 16, 2012 10:35 am

To future ED-withdrawers: When you withdraw, get in contact with people from the admissions office and explain the situation to them. Make sure that they understand why you're withdrawing, and it would be beneficial to even write an essay/long e-mail to explain the reasons (as long as they're good ones). Always leave the door open to attend (i.e. you want to go to law school, but now's not the right time).

Doing these things will make it easier to re-apply later.




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