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Don't do this. When you are looking to start applying next fall, just solicit fee waivers anew. It's weird to try to get unsolicited fee waivers to be applied to next application cycle. If you just hold off and ask next fall, they'll happily give you one again. It's much easier to handle it that way and doesn't result in any odd looks because unsolicited fee waivers are just an automatic process where the school sets an automatic LSAT/GPA threshold in CRS and spits out every current CRS profile who is eligible for a fee waiver for them.