jrose5 wrote: subtle wrote: law_monkey wrote:
I think some of the people who put in their info when the spreadsheet first came out actually got decisions later. But they sent out a gazillion fee waivers to URMs in the last couple days before the deadline, so I hate to put it this way but I kind of think a lot of the still forgotten URMs might be on the bubble pending what they could find last minute. Kind of a "we'll take them if we have to pile." Granted that is COMPLETE speculation obviously, so that could just be pure crap. I'm hoping once they finish going through the last minute apps they'll be able to get back to us. Although LSN does have a handful of early fall apps -> March/April decisions.
Hopefully, this is comforting:
My friend who is going to CLS right now, heard back in March--he was never held. He isn't URM and got a 179.
Thanks for trying, but it's not that comforting because most of us (or at least I) don't have that LSAT!!
I mean, I don't either, but I think the point is this: we're all thinking, regardless of the strength (or lack thereof) of our individual numbers, that it can't be good news because we submitted so early (relatively, speaking) and still not hearing back. He submitted early and heard back in March without being held. I have to believe that that means there are applicants CLS wants, but, for whatever reason, hasn't gotten to yet. That's all. Think of it that way. (That's the way I'm going to think of it anyway.)