Requested Application Fee Waiver

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Requested Application Fee Waiver

Postby hayleyc » Tue Feb 07, 2017 4:08 pm

With the cycle finishing up, I'm looking to apply to one last school. I'm above the school's medians in terms of GPA and LSAT, however, I have not received a merit-based application fee from them - throughout the cycle. I know people with lower statistics than myself who have received fee waivers. I don't want to sit around and wait for the school to reach out to me with a waiver, so I was wondering if it is considered rude to contact the admissions office and request a waiver. Thoughts?


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Re: Requested Application Fee Waiver

Postby Blue664 » Tue Feb 07, 2017 5:54 pm

No, it's not rude. There are examples of email language you can use in the fee waiver thread and elsewhere online. Keep it short and sweet, and provide your LSAT, GPA, and LSAC number.

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