So here is my previous post: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=177072, disability student with lots of part time w/e and a couple of internships, 3.3/177. In my original post people suggested with my numbers to early decision to MVP, and I said I liked Michigan as the best school for my situation.
My questions are:
some commentators suggested I might be able to get money out of Michigan, is that still true if I ED there?
I was reading some other postings and saw that NU's ED now includes a full tuition scholarship. As a lower ranked t-14 could I get into the ED there or is it even more competitive than RD?
Also, in reading about about EDing to schools, could somebody please explain to me the triple dip people talk about? How can one possibly apply to UVA, NU and then Georgetown all during ED cycles?
More feedback would be much appreciated!
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I can at least tell you that an ED app will not put you at a disadvantage for money at Michigan. I was accepted ED as a reverse splitter (no money), bumped my LSAT up to 172 on a Dec. retake, and got $67.5K (the standard amount they give to people with my numbers).
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lawschoolsarcasm wrote:I was reading some other postings and saw that NU's ED now includes a full tuition scholarship. As a lower ranked t-14 could I get into the ED there or is it even more competitive than RD?
This cycle all of the people I know of on TLS who got into NU ED with the new scholarship were well above both medians. No splitters that I know of got the full ride. Many of them did get in after getting rolled to ED, but not with the scholly.
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