timeandspace11 wrote: StylinNProfilin wrote: timeandspace11 wrote:
StylinNProfilin wrote:Congrats to everyone!!!
got my scholarship information today..$12,000/yr. With in-state tuition this pretty much guarantees I'll be in Austin in August!!!
For those waiting on scholarship info, I was accepted 2 weeks ago.
Congrats!! We pretty much have the same numbers. Unfortunately, I am not a Texas resident so if I got the same scholarship packet it would still be very expensive for me. Hopefully, I can work something out because I would love to go to Texas
Thanks! Hopefully since you're a non-resident they'll throw you more money!
I hope so! I have seen UT give non-residents in state tuition. If I could get that and little bit of aid it would be amazing. I was accepted pretty quickly and Im hoping the low number of applicants may work to my advantage.[/quote]
Any details on the low number of applicants topic? I haven't heard much on that.[/quote]http://www.lsac.org/lsacresources/data/ ... stered.asphttp://blueprintprep.com/lsatblog/lsat- ... ped-again/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=201718&start=25
These links all have some good info on the subject. Basically there are 24% fewer applicants this year than last year, which had fewer applicants than the year before.
To be honest it is tough to say exactly what will happen. Last year it seemed that t20-30 felt the effects. LSAT medians dropped for several schools. Hopefully the reduced number of LSAT takers will give us more leverage in negotiating for scholarships. Tough to say yet if higher ranked schools feel the effects.