northwood wrote:they start releasing them mid march- if you have given them all of your financial information. I think they will release the info once a week until they run out of funds.
personally, id take the year off and apply earlier next cycle.
My parents are so set on me heading off this year. It's weird, I'm always the one that makes questionable financial decisions and they are the ones that are really sound in terms of finances. Right now, the two traits have flipped. I was really excited when I saw iceman's numbers and the scholarship he received because our numbers are identical, except he scored one point more on the LSAT. I think I applied too late in the cycle to have received scholarship consideration with those numbers. Maybe applying earlier will make all the difference, and I can't even imagine what raising my score at least three points will do for merit-aid.