Anyone know what their approach is this year?
According to LSN, they're not rejecting anyone, but throwing them all on a waitlist, regardless of how low your numbers are. My classmate actually received a decision from them pretty quickly (2 weeks) and was informed that she was waitlisted due to a large number of people deferring from last year.
Also, they mentioned that they won't be ranking waitlist candidates until August 1st, and notifying mid-August? Why so late? Does anyone know if that is their usual procedure?
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I haven't applied to Rutgers-Camden, but I know for a fact they've filled my mailbox and my inbox with ads. And I don't live anywhere near New Jersey. It seem like most of the schools have been pushing their application deadlines and decisions back, almost definitely as a result of the sharp decrease in law school apps this year. Still, August is insane. That's way too late. How do they expect to get anybody to wait until August?