aceholmes wrote:Reserved guess ill go to cooley now
NEVA GO FULL COOLEY
ss88 wrote:soo does anyone have suggestions on how to do literally everything humanly possible to be taken off of the reserve list and accepted? besides sending in new transcripts and all that
ConnD wrote:MnM22 wrote:Just got reserved. Really upset because Median LSAT and GPA>75% 2 years WE and URM...
Cornell was a top choice for me. Does anyone know what the odds of getting off are? Or if this is more of a WL than a ding?
got this from the website:
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A DECISION OF RESERVE AND THE SUMMER WAITLIST?
At Cornell Law, if we have given you a decision of reserve, it means that we have reviewed your application, but we have not reached a final decision of admit or deny on your application. We will review your application at least one more time before reaching a final decision.
You may submit additional information to support your application as you are waiting for the final decision. Typically, applicants submit additional grades, new honors or promotions or an additional letter of recommendation.
In early summer, we review all the applicants still on hold and create a summer waitlist.
Yea All Right wrote:Am I the only one who feels like this is not a terrible place to be in? Assuming they decide to accept you before their yield numbers come in (opposite of what happens for traditional waitlists), this is not bad at all. Don't lose hope!
Lavitz wrote:Yea All Right wrote:Am I the only one who feels like this is not a terrible place to be in? Assuming they decide to accept you before their yield numbers come in (opposite of what happens for traditional waitlists), this is not bad at all. Don't lose hope!
Traditionally, that's not what happens. Just look at the first post in this thread. Reserve people will likely be waiting until May/June.
The "summer waitlist" they allude to sees little movement, considering they didn't make it until July 25th last year.
Yea All Right wrote:Admitted via email! 168 LSAT, 3.6x GPA. If you haven't already, I highly recommend submitting a Why Cornell essay (I sent one in earlier this week).
Congrats to the other acceptances! Good luck to everyone else!