Okay, so I am planning on retaking in June 2012, but I have already taken the LSAT beforehand and have applied and been accepted to some schools for this cycle. The idea is that if my June LSAT is completely fucked, then I will attend one of the schools that have accepted me. If, however, I manage to do exceptionally well, I will sit out a year and reapply to the 2013 cycle in hopes of better schools.
My question is, if I have already been accepted, can I still qualify for a fee waiver? LSAC website indicates that if you are enrolled in a law school, then you cannot qualify. But I am unsure as to what exactly they mean by "enrolled." The portion indicating who can and cannot qualify for the fee waiver is below:
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accepted =/= enrolled
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rinkrat19 wrote:accepted =/= enrolled
Didn't think so. Just making sure. Thanks.
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