GWarren wrote:Still sitting at verifying, since 2/1. Super frustrating.
Why even take applications past January 1st if people who apply after that don't even really get consideration?
I really wanted to go to Cornell, but for a variety of reasons I didn't know I'd be applying to law school until January. I guess I'm just bummed out and venting. Cornell seems like a super long shot at this point.
I'm still hoping for Cornell or Michigan, and at least I'm farther along in the process with Michigan.
I'm in the same boat. Applied late to every school, and my T14 decisions so far are a wait list and reject from 2 schools that have accepted people with lower numbers and >50% on LSP. But don't give up hope, and worst comes to worse take LSAT again and be the first to apply next cycle.
I applied to all the t-14, minus UVA. Rejected at NYU and UC Berke thus far. Waitlisted at Georgetown.
I also applied to some sub-14. My torment is that Emory accepted me with a 84k Scholarship. I should be happy, I guess, but I still think I can do better and I don't know if I want to settle -- but it is hard to put everything off another year when I have a fairly viable option now.
Are you going through a similar struggle? I would love to commiserate! My roommates are going nuts with my droning on about this. Haha.