BenJ wrote: rad law wrote: G. T. L. Rev. wrote:
Now that JD Match is free
, the calculus strikes me as different.
Making it free is a pretty good move. Five firms is disappointing but I guess more students will bring more firms. Maybe.
Well, it may only be five firms, but they're not no-names. I will sign up as soon as the programming kink is ironed out.
If you click on Join Now, enter your email address and click submit, then exit the window without filling in any information, it will create an account for you. Then click on sign in and use the forgot password link. You can then fill in your account information after you get your temp password in an email.
Found this out on accident, when I tried to create an account and then saw the credit card information field and exited thinking I choose the wrong option. Tried to do it again and it told me an account was already created. Not sure if that was a bug in the original system or a result of the transition from paid to free. But I was able to create an account without giving any credit card info.