CRS fee waivers

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jdpitt
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CRS fee waivers

Postby jdpitt » Thu Nov 15, 2012 2:19 pm

I just signed up for the CRS and am applying this cycle. Is it too late to get fee waivers? I have not received any emails since signing up and from what I have read you get a lot of emails.

Thanks

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Dany
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Re: CRS fee waivers

Postby Dany » Thu Nov 15, 2012 7:05 pm

You might not get CRS waivers anytime soon because schools already sent them out in waves after the October LSAT scores were released. Just email the schools you're applying to and request fee waivers.

MrNiceGuy35
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Re: CRS fee waivers

Postby MrNiceGuy35 » Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:34 pm

Dany wrote:Just email the schools you're applying to and request fee waivers.


When asking for a fee waiver, should I ask based only on merit or also on financial need? (I do have legitimate financial need.)

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dproduct
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Re: CRS fee waivers

Postby dproduct » Fri Nov 16, 2012 8:37 pm

MrNiceGuy35 wrote:
Dany wrote:Just email the schools you're applying to and request fee waivers.


When asking for a fee waiver, should I ask based only on merit or also on financial need? (I do have legitimate financial need.)


I mass-mailed merit waivers. For schools that rejected me, or did not offer merit based waivers (like Fordham) I filled out their need-based application which was usually attached via email (or they provided a link to it).




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