jman77 wrote:bk1 wrote:RJ127 wrote:Northwestern admitted error in response to a TLS user's inquiry about the CPE forms. Essentially what happened was that there was conflicting information on LSAC and NU's law admissions site. One page said regular LORs are fine, the other said CPE forms were preferred/required. Something to this effect. NU basically acknowledged this, and I don't think people have been penalized for regular LORs as a result. This will probably be better enforced in later cycles. Many people have gotten in with regular LORs.
Hmm, I should have paid more attention. Wondering should I send in my LOR's now considering my 8 weeks is supposedly up on February 1?
I didn't send any...well, tried to send 3 after the fact but I don't think Northwestern ever added them to my file, and I got in.
I think they weigh the interviews more significantly than the LORs/CPEs.
I agree. LORs/CPEs are basically just a way for someone to testify that you are competent in some capacity. The interview is where your true social skills come to form; it really separates the children from the adults.