University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

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laballermvp9
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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby laballermvp9 » Wed Mar 19, 2014 7:21 pm

159times2 wrote:Went complete 3/7/2014 - how long do you figure till a decision?


Depends on your numbers I believe but I submitted on 1/13 and was in review since 2/12.

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby Kevinlomax » Wed Mar 19, 2014 9:50 pm

For anyone who is still waiting on their mailing, you can try accessing the accepted students page
Login: LastnameFirstname
Password: Wildcat2017


does this work for anyone?

Decision sent out today...this didn't work for me though

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby Kevinlomax » Wed Mar 19, 2014 9:56 pm

could be a bad sign...

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby laballermvp9 » Wed Mar 19, 2014 9:59 pm

Kevinlomax wrote:For anyone who is still waiting on their mailing, you can try accessing the accepted students page
Login: LastnameFirstname
Password: Wildcat2017


does this work for anyone?

Decision sent out today...this didn't work for me though


Just tried it but it didn't work for me either. Is this something the admitted students had access to the day their decision was mailed? I'm just hoping for a waitlist at this point.

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby Kevinlomax » Wed Mar 19, 2014 10:07 pm

yes, apparently this comes with your admissions packet. It makes me feel better that it didn't work for you either.

Numbers?

im 159/ 2.65

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby Kevinlomax » Wed Mar 19, 2014 10:09 pm

Accepted students: was this your username and password?

Does this work

laballermvp9
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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby laballermvp9 » Wed Mar 19, 2014 10:11 pm

Kevinlomax wrote:yes, apparently this comes with your admissions packet. It makes me feel better that it didn't work for you either.

Numbers?

im 159/ 2.65



I'm 3.48/155 so my numbers aren't spectacular either. My guess is a waitist for the two of us because I believe some of my softs would at least get me to that point. Good luck man!

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby Kevinlomax » Wed Mar 19, 2014 10:12 pm

thanks man if you hear of anything or find someone who this works for please let me know

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby laballermvp9 » Wed Mar 19, 2014 10:14 pm

Kevinlomax wrote:thanks man if you hear of anything or find someone who this works for please let me know


I will.

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby Kevinlomax » Wed Mar 19, 2014 10:50 pm

Has this worked for anyone? Can those admitted applicants give a login info for accepted students?

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby leftfootlucy » Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:16 pm

I was able to log in the same day as the decision rendered status, and can say that that is the correct username and password. Good luck!

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby Kevinlomax » Thu Mar 20, 2014 12:12 am

leftfootlucy wrote:I was able to log in the same day as the decision rendered status, and can say that that is the correct username and password. Good luck!



well I wasn't able to login. guess it's waitlist/ ding city for me

It was good waiting with you guys...

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby upstateboy » Thu Mar 20, 2014 12:45 am

I was accepted about 3 weeks ago and it took me two days before I could log in. So just give it a day or two and don't worry too much. I was able to
Log in about 4 days before I got the acceptance key. Good
Luck! Don't stress!

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby jsanner2 » Thu Mar 20, 2014 2:19 pm

The admissions folks seem pretty on the ball! Application complete to Committee review in two days.

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby Kevinlomax » Thu Mar 20, 2014 4:34 pm

still doesent work... eeeek

anyone else who has had their decision letter sent able to login yet?

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby Kevinlomax » Thu Mar 20, 2014 8:26 pm

anything?

bueller? bueller?

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby thisislife49 » Thu Mar 20, 2014 8:39 pm

Kevinlomax wrote:Has this worked for anyone? Can those admitted applicants give a login info for accepted students?


It also worked for me. Good luck!

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby sunnydancer » Thu Mar 20, 2014 9:04 pm

Accepted today, got a phone call, which surprised me - I'm in Northern California, 158/3.6.
For those already accepted, did your scholarship offers come in yor acceptance packet or separately? There was no award letter in the email they sent me, so not sure whether to panic yet.

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby jsanner2 » Fri Mar 21, 2014 12:39 pm

sunnydancer wrote:Accepted today, got a phone call, which surprised me - I'm in Northern California, 158/3.6.
For those already accepted, did your scholarship offers come in yor acceptance packet or separately? There was no award letter in the email they sent me, so not sure whether to panic yet.


Just out of curiosity, how long did it take you from app to decision?

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby sunnydancer » Fri Mar 21, 2014 1:19 pm

jsanner2 wrote:
sunnydancer wrote:Accepted today, got a phone call, which surprised me - I'm in Northern California, 158/3.6.
For those already accepted, did your scholarship offers come in yor acceptance packet or separately? There was no award letter in the email they sent me, so not sure whether to panic yet.


Just out of curiosity, how long did it take you from app to decision?


I believe I went complete 1/10, committee review 2/12, decision rendered 3/19, phone call 3/20.

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby laballermvp9 » Sat Mar 22, 2014 5:43 pm

Waitlisted today via snail mail. Just glad I'm still in the running. Does anyone know how difficult it is to get off Arizona's waitlist?

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby keviiiiiiiiiiiin » Sat Mar 22, 2014 5:58 pm

laballermvp9 wrote:Waitlisted today via snail mail. Just glad I'm still in the running. Does anyone know how difficult it is to get off Arizona's waitlist?


Take the June LSAT, hit 160, and you'll be off the WL w/ $.

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby thisislife49 » Mon Mar 24, 2014 12:14 pm

jsanner2 wrote:Thanks all, that seems very encouraging. When is the deposit date? I'm wondering if they'll get back to me soon enough.

Also, for anyone living in Tucson, how's the cost/quality of living for students?


Hello! I am born and raised in Tucson and will be going to U of A. With all of that in mind, as someone mentioned, Tucson has a great cost of living. I also agree that north of Broadway is best, but I also would like to point out that the area surrounding the University isn't necessarily the best place. The costs are higher there (as to be expected), but the actual living isn't as good as you would find somewhere a bit further. You can find nicer, more affordable and safer living farther off the campus. It isn't not in a horrible section of town, but not one I would want to live in. Keep in mind though I am from here and have lived on the east side my whole life. I feel it is a totally different world then down by the U of A.

In regards to living in Tucson it is definitely a college town. It is big with a small town feel. Pretty much everyone here is a huge U of A fan. Tailgates can be really fun! 4th Avenue is right down the street from the University and it is a street full of bars and youth (for the most part). They also have some good restaurants down there (Bison Witches). University Blvd is fun too.

As you may know, it is HOT here! Very very hot. Being born and raised here, I despise this part of Tucson. People say it is not that bad because you are in the air conditioning all day--- true story, but I still hate driving in it, walking in it, etc. So, live somewhere that has a pool---- or use the University pool! Tucson has some of the best sunsets in the country. They truly are breathtaking. The mountains are beautiful and offer a lot of hiking. The Sabino Canyon area is great for hiking and allows you to take in all the nature etc.

I hope this helps some. If you have any questions feel free to message me!

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby bound » Mon Mar 24, 2014 12:29 pm

thisislife49 wrote:
jsanner2 wrote:Thanks all, that seems very encouraging. When is the deposit date? I'm wondering if they'll get back to me soon enough.

Also, for anyone living in Tucson, how's the cost/quality of living for students?


Hello! I am born and raised in Tucson and will be going to U of A. With all of that in mind, as someone mentioned, Tucson has a great cost of living. I also agree that north of Broadway is best, but I also would like to point out that the area surrounding the University isn't necessarily the best place. The costs are higher there (as to be expected), but the actual living isn't as good as you would find somewhere a bit further. You can find nicer, more affordable and safer living farther off the campus. It isn't not in a horrible section of town, but not one I would want to live in. Keep in mind though I am from here and have lived on the east side my whole life. I feel it is a totally different world then down by the U of A.

In regards to living in Tucson it is definitely a college town. It is big with a small town feel. Pretty much everyone here is a huge U of A fan. Tailgates can be really fun! 4th Avenue is right down the street from the University and it is a street full of bars and youth (for the most part). They also have some good restaurants down there (Bison Witches). University Blvd is fun too.

As you may know, it is HOT here! Very very hot. Being born and raised here, I despise this part of Tucson. People say it is not that bad because you are in the air conditioning all day--- true story, but I still hate driving in it, walking in it, etc. So, live somewhere that has a pool---- or use the University pool! Tucson has some of the best sunsets in the country. They truly are breathtaking. The mountains are beautiful and offer a lot of hiking. The Sabino Canyon area is great for hiking and allows you to take in all the nature etc.

I hope this helps some. If you have any questions feel free to message me!



I completely disagree with this. I wouldn't live anyhere other than close to campus while at the U. So you should definitely visit and get a feel for where you are the most comfortable. It's a personal preference thing.

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Re: University of Arizona C/O 2017 (2013-2014 cycle)

Postby thisislife49 » Mon Mar 24, 2014 2:12 pm

Austinbound wrote:
thisislife49 wrote:
jsanner2 wrote:Thanks all, that seems very encouraging. When is the deposit date? I'm wondering if they'll get back to me soon enough.

Also, for anyone living in Tucson, how's the cost/quality of living for students?


Hello! I am born and raised in Tucson and will be going to U of A. With all of that in mind, as someone mentioned, Tucson has a great cost of living. I also agree that north of Broadway is best, but I also would like to point out that the area surrounding the University isn't necessarily the best place. The costs are higher there (as to be expected), but the actual living isn't as good as you would find somewhere a bit further. You can find nicer, more affordable and safer living farther off the campus. It isn't not in a horrible section of town, but not one I would want to live in. Keep in mind though I am from here and have lived on the east side my whole life. I feel it is a totally different world then down by the U of A.

In regards to living in Tucson it is definitely a college town. It is big with a small town feel. Pretty much everyone here is a huge U of A fan. Tailgates can be really fun! 4th Avenue is right down the street from the University and it is a street full of bars and youth (for the most part). They also have some good restaurants down there (Bison Witches). University Blvd is fun too.

As you may know, it is HOT here! Very very hot. Being born and raised here, I despise this part of Tucson. People say it is not that bad because you are in the air conditioning all day--- true story, but I still hate driving in it, walking in it, etc. So, live somewhere that has a pool---- or use the University pool! Tucson has some of the best sunsets in the country. They truly are breathtaking. The mountains are beautiful and offer a lot of hiking. The Sabino Canyon area is great for hiking and allows you to take in all the nature etc.

I hope this helps some. If you have any questions feel free to message me!



I completely disagree with this. I wouldn't live anyhere other than close to campus while at the U. So you should definitely visit and get a feel for where you are the most comfortable. It's a personal preference thing.


Were you raised here? I did point out..."Keep in mind though I am from here and have lived on the east side my whole life." So, obviously I am biased in that area. It definitely is a personal preference and what you are used to!




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