I applied to Georgetown in November, before I took the LSAT, so I put that I was interested in both part time and full time. At the time, I also thought I might be able to keep my job and go part time, but after talking with my boss we both agreed it wouldn't work. So I am only interested in full time now. Do you think I should call or e-mail to tell them that? My file just went complete 2 days ago and it doesn't look like it's under review yet. I think I have the numbers to get in full time but am afraid they might give me part time because I said I was willing to accept it. At the info session, they said checking both signifies that you are equally willing to accept either program, which I was at the time but no longer am.
My cousin said if I checked both and I had the #'s for full time they would give me full time anyway, but I don't know what he's basing that on. Do you guys think he's right, or should I do something to communicate to them that I am only/primarily interested in full time?
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If you check both, they really consider you a FT applicant. If you are really worried, I'm sure you could call and talk to them.
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