ssanonymous wrote:FYI, a non-traditional student is an individual who is not a K-BA/BS. Essentially someone who is graduating college at a non-traditional age. An applicant who is older but a K-BA/BS just means they've had WE but they're not considered non-traditional students.
confused by this definition and your interpretation of "K-BA".
to illustrate, which of the following are you considering "non-traditional"?
(1) Bachelors anticipated @ age 27, applied to law school senior year attending in the fall (still 27).
(2) Bachelors received in 2008 @ age 22, now age 27 and attending in the fall (still 27)