Lavitz wrote:LLLPLLL wrote:Lavitz wrote:But LLLPLLL, read it again. It says you're certifying that you've withdrawn from all other schools to which you have been admitted. You don't have to withdraw from any waitlists if you don't want to.
I could be wrong, but I think they're simply asking us to withdraw from ALL the schools to which we applied? So that they'll know by April 1st whether to take back the $$ and give it to someone who's more likely to attend?
I'm 100% sure about this. The language is very clear (unless yours says something different lol). In fact, if they did ask you to withdraw from all schools, they'd be in conflict with LSAC's own rules. You can read Yale Admissions Dean Asha's take on it here. Of course, you can always call and ask Cornell about it if you're not sure.
I have no intention of withdrawing from Chicago's (or anyone else's) waitlist, although I will be sure to withdraw from all schools to which I've been admitted.
Oh thanks alot! That's even better news!!!