May Admission

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Poodle222
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May Admission

Postby Poodle222 » Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:54 am

I applied on 1/28 and was waitlisted 2/12. In my email I had the option to stay on the waitlist and submit for may. Has anyone else done this? Has anyone heard back? Any idea when they will start admitting people for may if they havent already? I heard back so quickly the first time! Why is it taking so long to hear back re: may?!

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Re: May Admission

Postby guano » Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:22 am

which school?
There are very few May start options that are worth attending

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Re: May Admission

Postby aresdude » Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:09 am

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Re: May Admission

Postby guano » Mon Mar 11, 2013 1:48 pm

I suspected Cardozo and think it's a bad idea. There is no advantage to taking the may start as opposed to the regular start date.

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Re: May Admission

Postby nwlawschool2013 » Mon Mar 11, 2013 3:09 pm

guano wrote:I suspected Cardozo and think it's a bad idea. There is no advantage to taking the may start as opposed to the regular start date.


There's also no advantage to the regular start date as opposed to May start..

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Re: May Admission

Postby guano » Mon Mar 11, 2013 5:47 pm

nwlawschool2013 wrote:
guano wrote:I suspected Cardozo and think it's a bad idea. There is no advantage to taking the may start as opposed to the regular start date.


There's also no advantage to the regular start date as opposed to May start..

sure there is, you get to enjoy your summer (and, is tuition adjusted, or are you paying for summer school in addition to the whole law school experience?)

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Re: May Admission

Postby Username123 » Mon Mar 11, 2013 7:52 pm

guano wrote:
nwlawschool2013 wrote:
guano wrote:I suspected Cardozo and think it's a bad idea. There is no advantage to taking the may start as opposed to the regular start date.


There's also no advantage to the regular start date as opposed to May start..

sure there is, you get to enjoy your summer (and, is tuition adjusted, or are you paying for summer school in addition to the whole law school experience?)


If you start in May, the tuition is the same for the Fall start, just divided among 3 trimesters. The may start program is still considered a full-time program, from my understanding.




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