Where did all the ED/EA options go?

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Gemini
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Where did all the ED/EA options go?

Postby Gemini » Sun Oct 31, 2010 3:08 pm

I'm looking at several applications. Looking at their application, Cornell doesn't have EA listed.

I wanted to look at ED for University of Minnesota, but I can't find it anywhere on the app! Someone help! Didn't they have an ED option?

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Re: Where did all the ED/EA options go?

Postby shastaca » Sun Oct 31, 2010 3:14 pm

Early Decision Option
Candidates who have researched law programs and have determined that the University of Minnesota is the best choice may submit an application to the Early Decision Program. Applicants to the University of Minnesota’s Binding Early Decision Program commit themselves to matriculating at Minnesota if admitted pursuant to the Early Decision Program. An applicant to the Early Decision Program may not be an Early Decision candidate at any other school during the same admissions cycle. An Early Decision applicant may apply to other law schools on a non-binding basis, but once admitted to the University of Minnesota as an Early Decision candidate, the applicant must notify the other programs and immediately withdraw all other law school applications. No new law school applications may be initiated. The University of Minnesota reserves the right to provide other law schools with the names of applicants admitted to the University of Minnesota under the binding Early Decision Program. The application deadline for Early Decision is November 15. The Admissions Committee will mail decisions (admit or deny) by December 1.

http://www.law.umn.edu/prospective/application.html

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Re: Where did all the ED/EA options go?

Postby Gemini » Sun Oct 31, 2010 3:39 pm

shastaca wrote:Early Decision Option
Candidates who have researched law programs and have determined that the University of Minnesota is the best choice may submit an application to the Early Decision Program. Applicants to the University of Minnesota’s Binding Early Decision Program commit themselves to matriculating at Minnesota if admitted pursuant to the Early Decision Program. An applicant to the Early Decision Program may not be an Early Decision candidate at any other school during the same admissions cycle. An Early Decision applicant may apply to other law schools on a non-binding basis, but once admitted to the University of Minnesota as an Early Decision candidate, the applicant must notify the other programs and immediately withdraw all other law school applications. No new law school applications may be initiated. The University of Minnesota reserves the right to provide other law schools with the names of applicants admitted to the University of Minnesota under the binding Early Decision Program. The application deadline for Early Decision is November 15. The Admissions Committee will mail decisions (admit or deny) by December 1.

http://www.law.umn.edu/prospective/application.html


Thanks for letting me know that it's still available! I just can't seem to find it anywhere on the LSAC application!

But you rock! :)




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