How Tranfer Decisions Actually Get Made

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How Tranfer Decisions Actually Get Made

Postby Verity » Wed Apr 13, 2011 4:28 pm

We all know that, for 0L admissions, some schools can be real LSAT whores, or follow a largely numbers-based admissions process to move up in the US News ranking.

What about transfer admissions? No official stats are published on this, as far as the admission standards go. How do they make their decisions? Whim? Strict guidelines? Any other incentives?

Any inside-info would be stellar.

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Re: How Tranfer Decisions Actually Get Made

Postby maf70 » Wed Apr 13, 2011 5:16 pm

I think you'll find the answer to most of your questions here:

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