Fee Waivers

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vayze
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Fee Waivers

Postby vayze » Tue Feb 12, 2013 8:42 pm

Why does LSAC not have a section of their website dedicated to showing you all of the fee waivers you have received; including hidden ones? Theoretically, wouldn't this be in their best interest since it would raise their revenues from an increase in the # of applications sent?

What are your thoughts?

itachiuchiha
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Re: Fee Waivers

Postby itachiuchiha » Tue Feb 12, 2013 9:23 pm

vayze wrote:Why does LSAC not have a section of their website dedicated to showing you all of the fee waivers you have received; including hidden ones? Theoretically, wouldn't this be in their best interest since it would raise their revenues from an increase in the # of applications sent?

What are your thoughts?


LSAC is non profit, I don't think they care much for making things 'convenient'

PRgradBYU
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Re: Fee Waivers

Postby PRgradBYU » Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:28 pm

vayze wrote:Why does LSAC not have a section of their website dedicated to showing you all of the fee waivers you have received; including hidden ones? Theoretically, wouldn't this be in their best interest since it would raise their revenues from an increase in the # of applications sent?

What are your thoughts?


LSAC is a pretentious, narcissistic organization that delights in the frustration of pre-law students. There are lots of things they could be doing to make the application process easier for us but they blatantly don't do them.




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