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bport hopeful wrote:admisionquestion wrote:Sorry was trying to say either na or aa. And ive already applied if that matters.
Why does your title say "AA/NA"? African American not applicable?
Why so cryptic OP?
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admisionquestion wrote:Sorry for being a pest. Ill slowly make my wAy to the door. finished up apps was wondering if ppls opinions on t6 chances have changedwith this cycle...new data that I.havnt had a chance to analyze.
The only acceptances thus far (that I know of) have been from UVA and the majority have been ED applicants. You can track what little information is available on http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com by school and application year. As is, the urm pool for this cycle on LSN is relatively low. As the cycle progresses, you'd have more information. I'm not trying to be mean just curious. No one would be able to give you definitive answers with regards to Yale and Stanford, the admissions for YS are relatively more holistic (or more accurately, unpredictable) than the rest of of the T6. Some might argue NYU is the most predictable with respect to numbers etc. You can analyze all this information on LSN in conjunction (to an extent) with LSP. Opinions are just that, opinions. urm's have gotten into places where the statistics would have indicated they didn't stand a chance. I know the feeling of needing re-assurances but there's really little you can do besides apply and hope for the best. Good luck.
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