2012Lsatscore wrote:dirtrida2 wrote:2012Lsatscore wrote:Rory19 wrote:I think your concrete ability to demonstrate that they overlooked an aspect of your application might be substantive grounds for an appeal to your admissions decision.
To what end? Who would want to go after being treated like that?
Get them to change their decision and then withdraw. #winning
I say, pick your battles. Usually, schools don't reject unless the numbers were a long shot anyway. Anyway...
The original post and video were both awesome!
That may be the case that she didn't have high enough numbers and that it is firstly about the numbers, but it certainly conflicts with what GULC's policy is as stated by Dean Cornblatt in that they didn't even review her entire application:
"In the Office of Admissions, we take great pride in dispelling the myth that the admissions process is strictly a numbers game. Despite our large volume of applications, we understand the importance of reading each and every aspect of each and every application to Georgetown Law. And each year, we are impressed by the diversity of our applicant pool and by the extraordinary class that ends up joining us on campus."
Dean of Admissions