How to approach fee waivers

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How to approach fee waivers

Postby Bartlet4President » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:24 pm

I have been getting a lot of fee waivers from schools I would be interested in... next year. I applied to my 3 choice schools this cycle, but it looks like my release from military service will not be completed until after the academic year has begun. That said, I want to apply more liberally during the 2019 cycle (assuming I don’t get accepted to my top schools this cycle and defer to 2019), and I want to know the best way of going about trying to get those fee waivers again next year. Am I thinking too much into this? Should I contact the schools and say I’m really planning to apply in 2019 now? It is after all late in the cycle.


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Re: How to approach fee waivers

Postby anonlaw2017 » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:28 pm

Wen I get free waiver, i like to put them all up on my big tv and masterbate to them all :wink: :wink: :wink:

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