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tx1987 wrote:I still haven't made a decision and the deposit for Pepperdine is due on April 15th.
It depends on whether the deposit is "binding" or not. You can throw money at as many non-binding 1st deposits you want. You can only submit one binding deposit. If you put in others, you will be in deep doo-doo.
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AsylumPB wrote:yes...the first dep is usually refundable up to a certain date.
Really? Most of them seemed nonrefundable for me.
As for double depositing, always inquire with the school. USC will revoke your offer if you have two deposits down past a certain date (June?).
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From the CLS admitted students' website:
We recognize that choosing a law school can sometimes be overwhelming; however, out of consideration for and fairness to the rest of our applicant pool, we cannot support the practice of placing deposits at multiple law schools. Therefore, if you decide to hold a place at Columbia, we ask that you refrain from doing the same at other law schools. Should we discover that a candidate has made commitments to multiple law schools, Columbia reserves the right to revoke our offer of admission.
Too bad, because I have not made up my mind and would really like to submit deposits at multiple schools if that were an option for me.
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