bport hopeful wrote:snowpeach06 wrote:That's cool, but we must really be hurting for people if we're calling back people who rejected us.
yeah this also makes me hesitant
I wouldn't look into this as a red flag; competition among the schools for quality students is just really steep this year. You had fewer people apply to law school this year, but those who did applied to a greater number of schools than usual. The new dean has talked about getting LSAT and GPA #'s up ASAP, so the school is willing to eat a bunch of tuition for a few years if that's what it takes. (It doesn't hurt when the university you're a part of has one of the highest endowments in the country). Now, the calling back people who were previously rejected...well, I think it's just bollocks. Kid probably forgot he was actually on the waitlist when he got that phone call, or he's making crap up. How much stock are you going to put into an anonymous post on a message board? If you get rejected, you're rejected. End of story. There's no way Case depleted its entire waitlist already, but even if it had, admissions--at any school--wouldn't in a million years even consider pulling people off the "rejection list." Utter nonsense. If the person who posted that can show me actual proof, then I'll admit to being wrong.