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DLIT 3/16. At least the Seat dep at UF is in May. FSU seems to have a much better organized system for admissions than UF. From LSN looks like i just need to hld on till 1st week of april.
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ame05d wrote:i am an fsu 1L, they kept stressing during orientation that out of state people needed to get everything in (everything as in what they needed to be reclassified, i am in state so i have no idea what that would be, i remember kids talking about getting fl licenses and registering to vote among other things) before the first day of classes started. In addition, they said b/c of the new stricter requirements, students should turn in their bar applications before the first day of class also. This was nearly impossible for most people b/c applying for the bar requires so many things, so much info, etc. Kids were having to get fingerprinted, look up every driving and banking record, go back and find out exact employment dates, etc. in a matter of a few days, which just didn't happen for most people. FSU admissions office is like the smallest thing ever with 2 rude receptionists answering the phones. These receptionists have never been to law school, clearly, and don't have much to do w/ the school. I would call the assistant dean of student affairs, Janeia Daniels, to get more accurate info.
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Encyclopedia Brown wrote:Held yesterday as well. 177/2.95, in-state, complete mid-Jan. Hmmm...
Looks like they're holding all of us splitters (standard and reverse). So it looks like they definitely took my new LSAT into account in this. Going to have to write a LOCI now.
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eros wrote:Encyclopedia Brown wrote:Held yesterday as well. 177/2.95, in-state, complete mid-Jan. Hmmm...
Were you perhaps convicted of rape/murder or anything else that we should know about???
BTW love the name.
Nope. Couple of speeding tickets in high school. It's depressing how much I get asked that question.
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I'm 154, 161/3.61, btw.
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Gator2010 wrote:Just a question. Everyone who applied, does the status change from "Application complete" to "Under review"? My girlfriend applied, and said it did that for her, but it's been over a month, and I'm still stuck on that status. This holding thing that's been going on in the past few days, is this the last cycle of acceptances?
I'm 154, 161/3.61, btw.
I went from "application complete" to "decision will arrive via mail" without ever being "under review."
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GTLAWSCHOOL wrote:anybody want to share their opinion, would they hold me and then send me a letter 8 days letter just to reject me 158-159 3.5 URM instate?
I think you will have an acceptance letter in your hands in a few days...
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