LaProfe14 wrote:roofles wrote:minimalvanity wrote:I'm a 1L PT at Kent
Unfortunately, I don't know anything about being admitted after being deferred. As for the PT program, I am a PT day student who is taking the same classes as the FT students less one class per semester (contracts in fall and legislation in spring). The PT schedule isn't as bad as expected, although any PT program is going to be rough if you work a FT job in addition to school. One bit of advice I would recommend is to attend PT evening if you have work experience. From what I am told, it is both easier and you are matched with more like-minded individuals.
What did you write in your statement about why you wanted the day program/how long? Is it harder to get into the day program than the evening? I really wanted day, but I think I put evening on my app. i don't know if I could still tell them I want day.
I also applied to PT evening program and got admitted. When I visit Kent for info session last Nov, the director from admission office told me regardless of day or evening PT, they go through same application process. One is definately not harder than the other. However, there will be only handful spots available for day time PT. She said they do not want to accept students who apply to PT programs because they are a bit easier on LSAT/GPA. They want to accept students with real jobs etc. If you want to apply to day PT program, you must write them a seperate letter indicating why it is essential for you to take day PT program.