And its over...
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When the wait is over
Patience is a virtue -- one that all of our waitlisters have in spades. It's been a long summer of refreshing in-boxes and stalking Twitter; unfortunately, it's all officially come to an end. With the beginning of orientation and the check-in process complete, we will be bidding adieu to our ever so patient (for the most part) waitlisters early next week. However, this isn't necessarily the end of our relationship with you. Yes, it's true, there are still more opportunities ahead.
Opportunity #1: Re-application
If you didn't matriculate at a law school this year, you have the option of re-applying to Northwestern Law.
For those of you thinking, "That's nice, but how do I know what I need to fix in my application?", stay tuned to this blog for some helpful hints, which will hopefully give you the extra oomph you need. Until then, here are a few quick tips to help get the ball rolling:
Applications will go live September 1. Apply early, as the earlier you turn in your application, the more seats there are available in the class.
Interview either on or off campus. We say it's highly recommended for a reason.
Look out for the aforementioned blog post. Submitting the same application year after year isn't good for anyone involved.
Opportunity #2: Apply as a Transfer
If you have matriculated at another law school, but Northwestern is where you would ultimately like to be, then applying as a transfer student is for you. We put up a handy dandy transfer post earlier this season, which will give you a good idea of what you need to do in your 1L year to have a successful transfer application.
Thanks again to all of our waitlisters, we wish you all good luck in either your first year of law school or in the application process!
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