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Reapplying to schools that you were previously accepted to?

Posted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 8:24 pm
by oak77
If you got into a school with scholarship money but rejected them, will they take you again if you reapply?

I rejected a school that I want to attend now. I am planning to take the September LSAT and find a job for the upcoming year.

Will this particular school count it against me that I rejected them once already?

Will they accept me/and or give me $$ if I

1) don't get a higher score than what I applied with last cycle
2) do get a higher score

Re: Reapplying to schools that you were previously accepted to?

Posted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 8:36 pm
by cavalier1138
Entirely depends on the school and your numbers.

Re: Reapplying to schools that you were previously accepted to?

Posted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 10:12 pm
by oak77
cavalier1138 wrote:Entirely depends on the school and your numbers.



My numbers are 168/3.94

Georgetown with 120K

And Berkeley with 75k

Re: Reapplying to schools that you were previously accepted to?

Posted: Wed Jul 12, 2017 5:13 am
by cavalier1138
I assume Berkeley is the one you rejected (and are now considering reapplying to), because you're not likely to get Georgetown with a better scholarship.

If your score doesn't change, it's possible that you won't get the same scholarship offer, because those fluctuate, but unless you rejected the school by sending them dick pics, I think you're fine to reapply. Bear in mind that boosting your score a few points may still not get you more money at Berkeley (they're known for being a black box when it comes to scholarships), but it would certainly get you some other options that you could use to negotiate with Berkeley.

Re: Reapplying to schools that you were previously accepted to?

Posted: Wed Jul 19, 2017 7:27 am
by daiff
I envy you oak77. Why don't you just spare either one of your offers to me and I'll time travel to 2016. jk