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Sorry if this has been asked before, as I am sure it has. I took the October LSAT (159), and am getting a slew of emails from schools offering me a fee waiver, encouraging me to apply. For example, today I received waivers from Cardozo, William & Mary, Pitt, Tulane, Case Western etc. Are these schools generally interested in me based on my scores (159, 3.63), or are these basically emails to anybody? I guess I am trying to guess if getting these emails raises my chances for admission/their interest makes it seem more likely that I will get admitted. Thanks guys!
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The schools where you're not competitive want you to apply so they can reject you. This makes them seem more competitive which boosts them in rankings.
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Pumpkin_Pie wrote:The schools where you're not competitive want you to apply so they can reject you. This makes them seem more competitive which boosts them in rankings.
I smell an alt.