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If applicants were not applying to 30+ schools, then maybe law schools would be "getting back to us" more promptly.
Perhaps there should be limits on the number of law schools you can apply to and a requirement that seat deposits are due the same day across the board.
I doubt law schools want to limit applications...even if they are buried. Afterall, it is revenue.
I applied early in October.
I still have not had a decision from 4 schools.
I am glad I have not been dinged from those schools, but seriously? October? and you still have me in your back pocket?
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I know it takes forever to hear back and I agree that some reform could take place. I, unfortunately, do not know how that reform would look. Also, I don't think I'd ever be in the mood to have admissions officers deciding on my application without much contemplation just so I can have a faster turnaround.
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