TheWire wrote:So, if you haven't gone complete yet, there is nothing to worry about...but if I get a completion e-mail without the LOR being received yet, then it wouldn't be poor etiquette to call and ask them to hold the file for the LOR?
I know I may have summarized what you just said but I just don't want to disappoint Asha...she has become the big sister that I always wished I had. I mean, c'mon, wouldn't it be pretty damn cool if your older sister was a FBI-agent turned Yale associate dean?
well I thought about it a little more, if I were you, and I feel that the LOR is going to be that amazing, I would just go ahead and call/email and request them to wait for the LOR. Then have your Prof. send it directly to Yale. Looks like everything that goes to Yale goes by paper, so you would have to wait until your prof. send it to LSAC, wait for LSAC to process it, then have to wait for LSAC to send to Yale, the finally wait for Yale to process it. Sounds like a long time ...
On the FBI thing, Asha is very cool then. I only knew one FBI special agent, and I met him after calling the FBI hotline to report a computer intrusion. I worked with him and the field office to figure out who did it, and they prosecuted her. I thought it was very cool to have been involved in the whole process from discovery to the arrest. Then a couple years later, I signed up for a cyber crime criminal justice class at my UG, and in walk the professor - the FBI agent I worked with! So it was very cool, he discussed my case in class. Maybe I should have put that in my application somehow! Only if I knew
I wonder what her specialty was.