Does every application go through "committee review"?

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Does every application go through "committee review"?

Postby lawschoolapps111 » Mon Apr 08, 2013 6:09 pm

Obviously a committee review means that a committee is reviewing your application and a decision is to be rendered soon. But here is the thing:

I have applied to two law schools so far. The school that I have yet to hear from mentions that my application is "In Committee Review" , while the school that i was rejected to today went from "application received" to "decision sent".

I am confused as to why the school that rejected me didn't show that it went through a "committee review".

Is anyone able to shed light on this? Do all applications go under committee review?

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Re: Does every application go through "committee review"?

Postby Rlabo » Mon Apr 08, 2013 6:20 pm

Different schools = Different types of updates. No correlation with acceptance/rejection

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