Zazelmaf wrote:I am going to try that advice. I thought about e-mailing Brooklyn and letting them know of my situation, but was worried it would look bad. Should I do it as a letter of continued interest? Like:
Dear Brooklyn Law School,
I am greatly interested in attending BLS, however, I was recently admitted to another school in NYC and have a week to make my mind up. I would love to attend, but for my career and personal goals I need to make a decision fast. If granted admission into Brooklyn I would accept, but if not, I must accept the offer that is being given to me by the other school so I know for sure I have a spot in NYC. I greatly appreciate your time and consideration and look forward to hearing back from you.
I don't know, I tend to think it reeks of desperation and probably has been done before without very good results. Anyone else have any thoughts on this?
the more interested you are the better, just make them like you and feel out the personalities to see if you click and it would help to reach out. i personally found LOCI's to be useless everywhere, and only in person to help.